Here you will find information about children's learning, key dates, expectations and more...
Sam Safaris offers the chance for schools to get up close with a variety of rare & exotic insects, mammals, reptiles, molluscs & amphibians from around the world. Year 5/6 were extremely lucky to take part in this activity and thoroughly enjoyed this. We would like to say a big thank you to Sam's Safari.
Year 5 took part in Cricket in the classroom; this is the YCF's flagship scheme, with schools visiting Headingley cricket ground for a day incorporating a classroom session linking cricket to Literacy, Numeracy and Geography, a coaching session and a tour of the ground. As you will see throughout the next couple of pages the children had a fantastic time!
Year 5/6 have taken part in lots of exciting activities this term. These include making pencil cases, learning how to play the Ukulele and creating some optical art!
In science, year 5/6 have been learning that materials can be mixed but often be separated by the technique of sieving.
Our school had a visit from D-side this week. Year 5 learned about solvent abuse and the effects it can have.
We are very proud of our year 5/6 children who have taken their time and effort to produce some fantastic 3d Solar system models. Well done to all who made these.
Spring term 1 - Our year 5/6 children made rockets at home as part of their learning log homework!
The children experimented with different colour combinations to create tornados.
The children explored how artists use foreshortening to give perspective. The children were given the opportunity to create the illusions that a superhero is coming towards them.
In Science this week, the children have been learning about different changes in materials when they are brought together. The children were able to recognise them as reversible or non - reversible.
Year 6 had a fantastic time on their residential at Robinwood Centre. All children took part in various activities and showed excellent manners throughout their time there. Well done to all!