Today we welcomed Mr Richardson back into school for singing. We were able to practise some of our favourite hymns.
Year 3 have had a fabulous time today learning about Stone Age survival skills with Wilderness Outdoor Education. They learned about Stone Age tools and clothes; made fires upon which they cooked food they had prepared and ended the day by constructing their own shelters.
Today in science we were crime scene investigators! We needed to remember what we have learned about light at school in order to solve the case of a disappearing laptop!
We completed challenges in 5 zones around the classroom. We investigated:
Does light travel in a straight or a curved line?
How is a shadow formed?
Is light made up of many colours?
What are some natural and artificial light sources?
Does light come from our eyes, or does it come from a source which is then reflected into our eyes?
Today we said a fond farewell to our wonderful Year 6 who have made us so very proud this year with their resilience and happiness in the face of adversity. What a year it’s been! What a journey. Enjoy secondary school. We know you will have a fabulous time.
At the Leaver’s Assembly, Mrs Dunne presented Year 6 with their ‘Faith in Action Award.’ They have worked hard to earn this award over the course of the year, preparing worship for individual classes as we have been unable to worship together. Their efforts have included: Collecting for the Key2Life food Bank during Harvest Festival, the Easter Garden and Stations of the Cross, Remembrance Day prayer stations, Advent worship stations and the Easter worship in the hall.
Year 5 have been working hard this term to complete their PE Passport. They received their ‘Gold Wings’ certificate this afternoon. Well done Year 5!