This week we will be paying our respects to all the brave soldiers over the years who have died in different wars for our country. We would love children, parents and family members to contribute to our online Remembrance Day wall to make our thoughts and prayers more personal. Please share details or pictures of any family members we need to remember this week. These will be shared and discussed with children this week, thank you!
Today, Year 5 worked with Mr Parkinson to transform their writing into exciting Greenscreen movies! We would love your comments so please let us know what you think of our work!
The trials will be from 3.15-4.30 and children MUST wear shinpads and boots. They are free to wear any other kit (in the right colours
After returning from a fantastic residential trip to Grasmere, Year 5 wanted to convince others to visit by making their own persuasive letters!
After writing these yesterday, the children used the apps ‘Adobe Voice’ and ‘Adobe Slate,’ to turn their writing into digital presentations!
Here are their efforts –
Please take a moment to watch and comment on their work! It would be greatly appreciated!
This is a video made by Matthew at home using an app we used in school, please take a moment and comment to encourage him further!
Year 5 are busy preparing for their fantastic Easter play. Some children worked today looking at this month’s value – Tolerance. We have been discussing what it is, how we all have differences but are also the same in some ways. We need to respect and appreciate everyone despite differences as we are all the same on the inside.
This is what we created to demonstrate this month’s value –
At a recent Governors meeting, holidays for the next academic year were discussed. Before these are finalised we want to hear from parents and so have created a short form for parents to answer – Thank you in advance!
The staff and children enjoyed an amazing Christmas dinner thanks to the wonderful kitchen staff today!
This was followed by the annual Talent Show, which once again proved that our children are not only gifted in the classroom but also on the stage, with dancers, singers, musicians, magicians and poets all displaying some incredible talent!
After rumours circulating about whether the children would be treated to a performance showcasing the teacher’s talents, they were ‘treated’ to this ‘questionable’ performance from Mr Parkinson –
Here are our winter scenes –