Today at LMPS, the children have been learning about the topic of Biology. They went on a nature walk, worked on growing yeast and then worked with the younger children making a birds’ nest to see who could make the best one! All children demonstrated a passion for their science learning today. Well done LMPS!
This week, the children have been writing a biography about a celebrity of their choice. The winner this week is Jesse for his great use of openers and vocabulary.
Well done, Jesse!
Welcome to the new year 6 children. They have had a fantastic first week settling into new routines and systems. As role models, the children have been writing speeches to perform to the rest of the school to be considered for the role of ‘House Captain’.
The writer of the week goes to Alex this week for writing a detailed and persuasive speech. See below for an extract:
Badgers of Lawford Mead. I am here to spread the message to all of you intelligent individuals that I – Alex – want to become your house captain…
As we wind down in year 6, we have been developing our art skills. We have spent the morning working on optical illusion art. Here is an example of a finished piece!
This week, the year 6 children have had a busy week performing to their parents, carers and fellow students at LMPS. They were absolutely amazing and demonstrated our school values throughout. We have some stars in the making…
Not only this, the children had an evening together with good food (cooked by Miss Chittick and Mr Pearson), good music (supplied by Mr Pleydell) and great company in the form of their friends and staff. The children have worked so hard this year and I am extremely proud of them!
Good luck for the future Redwood and Rowan children!
The Writer of the Week this week goes to Katrina for producing a detailed argument for why microbes are both useful and harmful to us and the environment.
The year 6 children’s enterprise project began today whereby they made and sold products to make £5 grow. The children throughout the school showed support and respect to the year 6 children and products sold out in minutes -that’s just day 1!
Good luck to the rest of the children who are selling tomorrow and throughout next week. What great young business stars you are!
Children enjoyed learning about the Northern Lights situated in Iceland today for Cultural Day.
They read some key facts and then had a go at using pastels and Brusho to replicate the Northern Lights.