Yesterday, Yr.6 cycling club headed out along the seafront for a bike ride. It was lovely weather and we all had a great time. Everyone rode brilliantly and they were really sensible around all the other members of the public on the promenade. We managed 7 1/2 miles and even had time to stop for … Continue reading
Yr.6 started their electricity topic by creating circuits containing bulbs, buzzers and motors. They then learnt how to represent these components as symbols and transformed their drawings into circuit diagrams.
Yr.6 took advantage of the sunny weather and headed to Radnor Park to do PE. We took advantage of the new running track and rounders pitch that have been marked out there. Oliver won the boys’ race and Brooke the girls’ one. however, everyone ran amazingly well and completed the track. We then practiced our … Continue reading
Continuing their worship about St Eanswythe, Yr.6 went to the church to hunt for things linked to her life. They found banners, paintings, stained glass windows and statues showing some of her life and works.
As part of their science topic about microorgansims Yr.6 looked at the importance of washing hands to prevent the spread of viruses and bacteria. We looked at the rhinovirus and coronovirus. We used glitter paint and a special gel, which was invisible to the naked eye but showed up under UV light, to look at … Continue reading
Saturday 12th September was St Eanswythe’s Day. We couldn’t celebrate altogether in the church as we usually would but had special worships in every class instead. We found out all about her life and KS2 even did a quiz about her. Thankfully COVID didn’t prevent the tradition of doughnuts. Everyone enjoyed a doughnut in honour … Continue reading
This week in worship Yr.6 have been looking at Nehemiah rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem. We looked at how walls need a firm foundation and how Nehamiah reminded his team of God’s rules for living well – the ten commandments before they started building. We likened this rebuilding to the rebuilding of our school after … Continue reading
We are looking forward to welcoming the new Ducklings into our school from next week. They have already had some stay and play sessions with their buddies from Yr.5. We were impressed by them all being amazingly well behaved and very confident. The Yr.5 buddies were amazing with their new friends. As you can see … Continue reading
This morning Yr.6 took advantage of the lovely weather and went for a walk with Tiki. Everyone had great fun. The children were very sensible about social distancing from the public.
As part of their transition work Yr.6 took measurements of their resting heart rate and heart rate after exercise, their blood oxygen before and after exercise, their breathing rate, their peak flow rate, their height and reach and their long jump. They enjoyed using the stethoscopes, oximeters and peak flow meters. A particular favourite were … Continue reading