Last Day in Yr.6A

After requests from the children for their last day celebrations we packed a lot in! The day started with some quiet reflection about the things we have enjoyed and the the things we’ve missed through lockdown and this temporary school set up.   We then enjoyed time at the Bayle Pond where we toasted marshmallows, hunted Continue reading

Water Rockets

With a lot of help form Mr Brinkley both groups of yr.6 have designed and launched their own water rockets.  It was great fun, we got quite wet and learnt a lot.  Some went really high and one even landed in a neighbour’s garden! 


We have had a busy start to the week and have done many fun activities including making giant bubbles at The Bayle Pond, creating sand art pictures, competing in our own mini Sports Day and cooking chocolate brownies. We have worked on memories of our time at St Eanswythe’s and designed a basic car powered Continue reading


Over the last few days we have had lots of fun.  We have completed two STEM challenges: designing and building a working catapult and a working zip line. Jessie and Lilly even managed to design a safety cord for their zip line which prevented their playmobil person from hurting themselves in an emergency!  We have Continue reading


So far this week we have baked and decorated cakes, played games in the Bayle Pond gardens, made a chemical reaction creating elephant toothpaste, made our own bouncy balls, worked on some tricky maths problems, enjoyed time with the parachute, planted seeds, written messages in Viking runes and learnt how to play table tennis.  It Continue reading

First few days back in Yr.6A

We have had a great first few days back in Yr.6A.  It has been lovely to see everyone.  We have crammed a lot into three days including worship, literacy, numeracy, science, curling, cooking, bug hunting, scoot boarding, computing, board games, art, word games and topic.  As you can see a lot of fun was had Continue reading

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