What a fantastic day celebrating Children in Need. We have dressed up in the photo booth, made Pudsey biscuits and physical activity with Joe Wickes Big Move.
What a fabulous week ! Over the past few weeks we have been combining our maths weight lessons with learning about what the food was like in the wartime. We have made sweet and savoury dishes which the children seemed to really enjoy and everyone tried some and they had to work in a team to weigh the ingredients .We have made pancakes, cheese and potato dumplings, spam hash and parkin. Think we have some Jamie Oliver’s in the making .It would be fantastic if you let us know if you make anything at home. Good luck and have a super weekend.
Today we have started to think about what to make to sell at the school Christmas fair. We had a democratic vote and also planned and researched what items we would need to purchase by working in teams. The children thought of some fantastic ideas and really enjoyed working together. We hope you will all come to the Christmas fair and see the amazing finished product.
This week we have been continuing with our war topic we reinacted what it was like for the soldiers in the trenches and what life must of been like for them. On Wednesday we had a visit
Pudsey bear came to visit this week to remind us its Children in need next Friday 15th .Its a 1 pound to wear gym clothes and you can also buy raffle tickets. We will have a really fun day!
What a busy week we have had!
We have introduced our new topic about War and pretended we were soldiers hiding in the trenches. We also explored artefacts from the war, the children thought this was very interesting. Over the next half term we will all be history detectives learning to help us understand what living in the wartime was like. On Thursday we enjoyed lots of maths Halloween learning we all dressed up and had a Halloween disco party. It was a fantastic day. We hope you all have a “spooktacular” weekend and be safe if you are going to be enjoying fireworks.
This week we have been participating in lots of fun activities that support our mental health as part of the National Mental Health Week for children. We have been doing yoga ,dancing, mindfulness minutes, colouring, breathing, exercising, funny photo booth ,meditation, making emoji face biscuits and free hugs. The children have shown lots of enthusiasm and fully enjoyed everything in a really relaxed atmosphere .You could ask your children to show you something they have learnt at home as they now understand how important it is to talk about how you are feeling. Have a lovely weekend and take time for yourselves you are important.
Well what a busy week we have had .
We had a visit from the fire brigade telling us all about firework safety. They let us squirt water with the hose, sit in the fire engine, let us speak on the walkie talkies and dress up in the safety clothes.
We have also went to the library and enjoyed looking at and reading new books.
In P.E we played table top games in the children really enjoyed learning how to play games like cricket ,bowls and noughts and crosses.
Enjoy your weekend.
This morning we held coffee morning to support the MacMillan charity .The children had various jobs including waiters, servers, selling raffles tickets and collecting donations all working together and independently. They were really proud of themselves and so were we ,they really showed their amazing skills off to all our visitors. What a super day !We will let you know how much we have raised next week .
Thank you for your money and cake donations. Have a great weekend.
What a fantastic couple of weeks we have had. Everyone has come back ready to learn and happy to be a part of 6H.
We have been dancing with Naomi, starting our new topic all about Staying alive and finding out how our body functions.
Today is Road Dahl day we have been reading all about him and finding out fun facts about his life which the children found really interesting.
We are encouraging the children to read more at home for extra rewards.
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