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Dance Club Christmas Performance

Dance club has  worked incredibly hard this term on perfecting a Christmas contemporary piece. The children chose the song ‘Light of the world’ and passed around a lantern to represent Jesus being the light of the world. They used elements of canon and unison to show how the message of Jesus is spread and to Continue reading

Mummies unwrapped…

Today was the moment we have all been waiting for in Year 4… We finally unwrapped our mummified tomatoes! The children were ever so excited to peel the bandages off their tomatoes. Firstly, we looked at the one that we didn’t fill with salt. It felt a lot lighter and we were very apprehensive about Continue reading

Egyptian Cat Mummies

This week Year 4 have been thinking about the role of cats in Ancient Egypt. Cats were sacred animals and the owners used to even dress them up in jewels and finery and feed them the tastiest of treats! We discussed how cats were used for protection in the afterlife and were often mummified and Continue reading

Year 6 Hindu Creative Afternoon

Year 6 had a fantastic afternoon to consolidate our learning on Hinduism. They had a Hindi dance lesson and looked at specific moves to incorporate into a short routine (have a look at our videos!) We thought about how we could tell stories with our hands just like Bollywood dancers. The children really put their Continue reading

Year 4’s Hindu Creative Afternoon

As part of our world faith week, Year 4 had a creative afternoon. After making comic strips of the key story in Hinduism; Rama and Sita, the children made shadow puppets. Some children used split pins and black card to make articulated shadow puppets which gave the characters more movement. We practiced our show on Continue reading

Rama And Sita Role Play

To start our world religion week, Year 6 became familiar with the story of Rama and Sita which is a key story in the Hindu faith. The children created comic strips of the story and then made masks to assist some role play activities. The children worked well as part of a group and were Continue reading

Year 4 Performance Poetry

To start our new literacy topic of poetry, we performed an Egyptian poem called ‘Mummy’ and thought about appropriate actions to suit the words. We chose a verse that we liked and worked well as part of a group. We were  very proud of our performance. We hope you enjoy it too! 

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