How amazing do Year 6’s Blitz paintings and Blitz inspired poems look!
Last week was our 2017 book days. Just like the last one, Year 6 were dressed as some great characters!
Our World Faith week was based on Buddhism. As part of our learning, Year 6 took a trip to Manjushri Buddhist Centre in Ulverston.
Whilst there we learned about:
- different Buddhas
- how to meditate
- Buddhist symbols
We also got some time to do some art work; to hug a huge tree and to throw stones into the sea.
I forgot to add the photographs from our “Wedding of the Week”.
In RE Year 6 are learning about the sacraments. Mr Waywell and Mrs Whitmore decided to get married and show them what a marriage ceremony was like. Mrs Whitehead took the reigns to perform the ceremony with best men, brides maids and a very supportive group watching the wedding.
As Year 6 ended out WW2 topic we decided to cook using some ration recipes.
Which did you like? Would you like the recipe to make them again?
Schools Alive were amazing this week! Here are some of their performances!
Year 6 are learning about the sacraments.
Here is our role play of the Last Supper.
Watch the reaction of Year 6 watching a cartoon!
Here we go again (a little movement this time again…grrr!) We’ll beat it next time!
This term one of our PE lessons has been cross country (getting ready for doing it at high school!)
Whatever the weather, Year 6 had to get on their gear and run outside with Miss Linton – on some days 2 miles!
From a beginning where many people were nervous or couldn’t be bothered to take part, this quickly changed and everyone really got stuck into the lessons and improving their skills!
Watch out for our Santa Run cross country post to come next week!
Ho ho ho! Thank you to the cooks for a very delicious Christmas dinner!
Roll on the festivities!
On Friday Year 6 traveled back in time for a Victorian school day.
The day began with inspection of hands and uniforms before settling into rows in the classroom and learning about the three R’s (Reading, Writing and Arithmetic) and the rules and punishments in Victorian times.
The reading lesson was to recite and discuss a Victorian poem by Matthew Arnold. In arithmetic we chanted some times tables and then solved problems involving Victorian money.
Break time kept the theme and the class were only allowed to play with marbles, spinning tops, hula hoops or Victorian toys (no iPads or footballs!)
After break, writing was with a stylus and ink (or chalk and slate for the ones who struggled). We then had drill with a very fierce Miss Linton!
After lunch our geography lesson was about the British Empire in Victorian times.
Year 6 all dressed up and really got involved in the day to make it a fun and memorable one!
What did you think?