Year 6 @ Holy Family

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Archive for March, 2013

Lenten Liturgy

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-25-2013

Thank-you to everyone who took part in last Tuesday’s Lenten Liturgy!

Year 6 took the theme of water and sang the very well known “Bridge Over Troubled Waters” over at St Bernadette’s church.  The song was a great success, particularly with our confident soloists!

Another big thank-you to Mrs Whitehead for getting each of us a chip butty for our tea (or a piece of bread for Jess!)

I was very proud of your performance and you even managed to make Miss Duncan cry!

Trip to the park

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-24-2013

Last week after practising for our Lenten Liturgy, Year 6 managed to squeeze in a little time to play at the park!

Are you crazy?

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-24-2013

Whilst the rest of the country are tackling seriously bad weather and most of us here in Blackpool are very cold; year 6 are up to some crazy antics!

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Theatre

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-24-2013

Year 6 made a visit to the Grand Theatre recently to see “Horrible Histories – The Vile Victorians”.

To make it a little more fun we decided to go on Friday night rather than in the afternoon.  Meeting at 6:30, there was plenty of time to get the sweets and popcorn in before the show started at 7!

The title really did the show justice as we learned about babies being murdered, pooing in buckets, rats in hospitals, a mean queen and much more!  The 3D aspect was also fun….particularly when Joe’s name appeared on stage in the magic book!

Since it was Comic Relief night, we also wore our red noses!

What did you think?  What was the grossest part?

Wrong Direction 2

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-12-2013

They’re at it again!

Wrong Direction

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-4-2013

Hmmm……what do you think?

 

 

Strawberry Lunch

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-3-2013

This week, we were visited by Strawberry Lunch.  They held an hour long session of drumming with each junior class.  The day got progressively louder and by the time it came to Year 6, we were hammering the drums so hard that some of the sticks snapped in half!

It was great fun and Year 6 showed that they certainly had rhythm! (Well most of them!)