Year 6 had the privileged opportunity to be the first year group to perform their class assembly in our brand new school!
They worked very hard rehearsing their lines and the songs. Despite not having very much time to practice altogether, they showed us what assets they are to our school and set a high standard for the other year groups.
Well done Year 6!
Miss Jennings & Miss Giles
Rowan class have worked hard all half term to earn 81 Class Dojo points (beating their target of 70), so they could take part in Muddy Adventures! They had a fantastic afternoon celebrating their achievements and working together.
Well done Rowan, I am very PROUD of you, keep it up!
P.S. What should be our class treat next half term? Something with a Christmas theme, perhaps?
In Year 6, we celebrated Black History Month by looking at the inspirational story of Jackie Robinson, the first African-American baseball player. He had to show all FIVE of our values in order to succeed and overcome the challenges he faced.
We also took part in a fabulous African Mask Making workshop – who can remember what each of the colours represented? Comment below…
Hey this is Alex, Harrison & Bobby-Lee from Redwood class posting about our recent football tournament at Great Baddow.
We got chosen for the team as we always attend training every Tuesday after school with Miss Lindsay. We train hard to prepare for games and work as a team.
There was only 8 minutes per game and we won every single match.
Bobby Lee – 1
Bobby – 1
Reece – 2
Fletcher – 2
Callum – 1
Also a special mention for Harrison who was in goal for every match and did not let in a single goal during the matches!
On Thursday 8th October,we visited Colne Valley Railway to fit in with our history topic on the Victorians. Dressed in our best Victorian attire, we got to watch a Punch and Judy show, visit an authentic Victorian classroom and we were even graced with the presence of her royal highness Queen Victoria on the steam train. We also had the opportunity to explore the railway and had a few interactive talks from some specialists from local museums who had come to visit for the special ‘Victorian’ themed day.
So Redwood and Rowan Class:
What was your favourite part of the trip? Why?
What did you learn whilst on the trip?
What do you think the benefits of trips such as these are?
If we were to visit again, where would you like to spend more time?
Do you have any top tips for pupils in the future who may wish to also dress up as Victorians?
You have four jugs of 9, 7, 4 and 2 litres capacity. The 9 litre jug is full of wine, the others are empty.
Can you divide the wine into three equal quantities?
Can you do it in different ways?
You have three jugs one of which is full and holds 8 litres. The capacity of other jugs is not known. But, it is known that when using them every whole number quantity from 1 litre to 8 litres can be accurately measured out.
What could be the capacities of the 2 other jugs?
How would you measure all the whole number quantities from 1 to 8 litres?
On a Tuesday afternoon, Mrs Archer graces us with her wonderful creative presence! This week we made our own print designs based on the artist William Morris, a Victorian designer that we have been learning about in Art.
We used polystyrene tiles, poster paints and thin paint brushes to create our designs.
What do you think of our designs?
What have you learnt so far about William Morris?
Do you have a favourite design?
Our topic this term is electricity and in year 6 we have been problem solving by building our own series and parallel circuits. Some children even managed to make their own switches by using their knowledge of conductors and insulators and a number of ordinary items from around the classroom.
Here are some questions for next lesson…
What conductors of electricity do you know?
What is the difference between a series and parallel circuit?
Some photos of Rowan working hard on their Non-chronological reports about coal mines in the Victorian times!