In maths this week we have been looking at numbers to 100 and following the White Rose daily maths lessons.
We have been counting forwards and backwards and counting in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s. We have been using the ‘splat 100’ number grid to find different numbers and look at…
Why was the Titanic significant?
This afternoon we explored the question 'Why was the Titanic significant?'
Since the Titanic’s maiden voyage over 100 years ago in 1912, there have been several books and films written about it and the night it sank. (These are based on the true story of the…
Today in English, we began our topic on Titanic. We started a recount of a surviving passenger's journey aboard the Titanic. Over the new few lessons, we will be writing it in three chapters; boarding the ship, the disaster and being rescued.
We designed a character to…
Draw an invention to keep people 2 metres apart
What ideas can you think of that will keep people staying 2 metres apart?
This morning, Year 6 turned into 'Little Inventors' to create some wild and wonderful inventions.
We had bubbles, 2m belts, a jazzy rainbow umbrella, a warning cat…
This morning we were greeted with lots of gorgeous artwork painted by some wonderfully thoughtful parents, children and community members. Thank you so much - it put a huge smile on everyone's face and was a super way to start the day!
In Class 1 and Class 2, we are starting a new topic all about the seaside! We will be learning about lighthouses, Grace Darling, rock pools, the RNLI, buoys, shells, sea creatures, sand and the salty sea! We will post regular blogs to share our learning with you on here and so that…
This afternoon we started our new topic 'The Titanic'. Throughout the next few weeks, we will be climbing aboard the most famous vessel of the early 20th century as we investigate the history behind the Titanic and her infamous maiden voyage!
We shall be inquisitive historians,…
Our first day back
We were so excited to see these happy, smiling faces in our 'bubble' this morning. The children have really taken it in their stride adapting to our new way of learning and we couldn’t be more proud.
Today, we made some bunting to decorate school, had some time in the…
- Paul Jenkins
I was there kid
I was there
With my dungarees and my wavy hair
The time we saw it
That time of change
That fateful year
When those we looked to came up short
When we needed answers
When help was sought
They were nowhere…
To Year 6
As SATs week arrives it is not quite the same,
The tests that were printed this year never came,
The displays all still up; walls full of Maths 'rules',
But Year 6 is very different, at present, in schools.
For some of you, happiness, lots of relief,
8th May 2020 marks 75 years since VE (Victory in Europe) Day.
The day the Second World War came to an end in Europe. It happened when Germany (sometimes known as the Nazis) surrendered. It was not the end of the war completely though as it continued in the Pacific against Japan.…
A Beacon of Light in Dark Times
- Jo Beard
A 99 year old veteran,
had a great idea.
To show gratitude to the NHS,
within his 100th year.
You know him as Captain Tom,
but his name is Thomas Moore.
A British Army Officer,
who served in the Second World War.