Year 6 @ Holy Family

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Archive for November, 2011

Get well soon Miss McKenna!

Posted by Mr Waywell on Nov-25-2011

Woo woo! 5 bags done!

Posted by Mr Waywell on Nov-15-2011

Well done Year 6, we’ve got 5 bags for our Mary’s Meals appeal.  We are short on flip flops, sandals, soap, toothpaste and towels!  Please keep on helping.

Woo Woo 2 backpacks already!

Posted by Mr Waywell on Nov-11-2011

Year 6 again are proving that they are amazing and also very thoughtful!  After lots of donations we have now made up our first two backpacks for the Mary’s Meals appeal.  Well done all who helped to bring some things in.  18 to go! 

A backpack journey

Posted by Mr Waywell on Nov-11-2011

Watch the video from the Mary’s Meals assembly, it may inspire you to bring in more items for our appeal! 

 

A Backpacks Journey – Scotland to Malawi from Mary’s Meals on Vimeo.

Mary’s Meals

Posted by Mr Waywell on Nov-11-2011

On Monday two members of the Mary’s Meals charity came to our school to launch our Christmas Backpack appeal.  Here we are encouraged to make a backpack that contains several items for school and some clothes. 

Most of the children who benefit from Mary’s Meals and the Backpack Project have suffered war, poverty, famine, or natural disaster. Very often families cannot afford to buy basic things like pencils and copy books, or even suitable clothes for their children to wear to school.   This means their children miss out on school and an education. A simple backpack with educational materials can be a lifeline to these children as studies show that an education is the best way a chronically poor child can escape poverty in later life.

Our Year 6 challenge is to make up 20 backpacks by Christmas.  (30 for a class party!) 

New fashion in Year 6 again

Posted by Mr Waywell on Nov-2-2011

A new fashion has hit the class once more!  This time it’s the shoe variety.  Nice look! 

Recycling Day 3

Posted by Mr Waywell on Nov-2-2011

Today Sonia came back to see us for our final talk about recycling.  This session focused on how to reduce, reuse and recycle.  It started with a whole school assembly.  Sonia was really enthusiastic about encouraging the school not to throw away so much rubbish.  We learned some good ways that we can do this.

Back in class we continued the work  by looking at how to re-use objects.  (Keep watching this space as that is our weekend homework!)  We finished the sessions by deciding on a list of things that our school could do so that we become more eco friendly!  Top of our list was a day without using any electricity – What do you think Mrs Moreton?