Monthly Archives: October 2016

Remembering Mrs Page

Last week the school held a mass to remember our dear former head teacher Mrs Page. Following the mass Y6 took our turn to plant bulbs in Mrs Page’s remembrance garden and said some prayers for her.

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RE/Music/Black History – all in one fab morning.

Last week Y6 celebrated Black History Month by attending an event at the Royal Northern College of Music. We sang, clapped, danced and learned at lot – as well as having a fabulous time!

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The Bright Lights of Year 6

As part of our Science topic focusing on Light Y6 have investigated how light travels in straight lines and improved our understanding of opaque object by making shadow puppets.

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Special Friends Play-Date

Next half term Y6 will officially get their special friends from Reception class … this half term we had a lovely play-date to get to know each other.

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Romeo and Juliet Cast Workshop

Earlier this term we visited The Contact Theatre to aid our Shakespeare performance … we even took our drums! (Don’t worry – they were belted in).

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Group Writing

As part of our quest to improve writing we find working in pairs and peer-assessing helps us to improve our writing .

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Jumpin’ gymnasts

In between all our Romeo and Juliet work we even managed to squeeze in some gymnastics!

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Crucial knowledge from Crucial Crew

Earlier this term we visited Crucial Crew who presented a number of interesting workshops as to how we can stay safe and healthy.

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Mega Maths

This half term Y6 have made an impressive start to our maths by completing a wide range of work – including some very interesting puzzles and problem solving.

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Marin Procession from school 2016

Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 held a procession for Our Lady in school. We carried the figure of Our Lady as we sang hymns to her. We prayed for those who need Mary’s help.

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