David Walliams - Grandpa's Great Escape
Year Six have been reading "Grandpa's Great Escape" by David Walliams. Here are some freeze frames of Grandpa's first escape.
Year Five and Six took part in an inter-house quiz to introduce the IPC topic "Making the News." Congratulations to the winners - Walsingham!
Visit to Newman College's Shakespeare Festival
The children thoroughly enjoyed a trip to Newman College to watch the boys perform "The Merchant of Venice."
Cultural Arts Week
During our Cultural Arts Week, Year Six learnt about Goa. The children read traditional tales, made origami lotus flowers and designed rangoli patterns.
Year Five and Six Trip to The Science Museum
Year Five and Six had a wonderful day at the Science Museum, where they learnt all about the digestive system in an entertaining workshop called "You've Got Guts!" There was also time for lunch in the sunshine on the steps of the Albert Memorial and a chance to admire the architecture.
Measuring Up Maths!
Year Six have been using their measuring skills to investigate the ratio of different parts of the body. Is the total length of your fingers the same as the length of your arm? Is your height the same as the length of your out stretched arms?!
St Giles Trust - Gang Workshop
Year Six received a visit from St Giles Trust who spoke to them about their future and making good choices. It was very interesting and informative with plenty of time for questions and discussion.
The children enjoyed the visit from Rob Lloyd Jones, author of the novel "Wild Boy." After the lesson, they created freeze frames of a key scene in the book.
BBC Live Lessons: Terrific Scientific!
Year Six joined schools across the country to take part in an online lesson about exercise and how it helps us. After the lesson, we went outside to take our pulse and discover how it changed after exercise.
Our IPC topic this term is "Keeping Fit". We started this project with an afternoon of healthy activities. We all took part in an exercise class and then made a delicious, fruit drink.