We've all been out doing fieldwork around town recently - looking at occupancy rates of commercial premises - footfall - litter - condition of buildings.
Watch this space for our findings!
The pupils below all got certificates from the competition run by Never Such Innocence.
Their entries were poems on the Korean War and speeches about the use of
animals in World War One.
Florrie got 2nd prize for her speech - from over 3000 entries worldwide.
Tuesday 5th January
Welcome back and Happy New Year!
Welcome back to remote learning too...we are going to be using TEAMS for this - hopefully from tomorrow - there is already work there if you can access it. If not...use this for today.
Please see the homework page for today's work
Year 6 have produced some great history work this term - here are some of our prize winners.
See below for photos of our History Ambassador team and our new, News Champion team
We've been raising money by designing Christmas cards and we've been learning about how to stay safe during Covid Christmas.
Thank you to all of them!
Year 6 pupils have been leading our class worship this week.
Our new, News Champions led our Big Picture News discussion - Should we treat everyone the same?
Five other pupils led a worship about the election of Kamala Harris and how this links to other moments in history such as Rosa Parks and Ruby Bridges. See below for the PowerPoint they used.
See below for some of the work we produced for our Remembrance Walk
We investigated - Why were animals important in World War One?
We found out lots of interesting facts and concluded that without animals the war would have been very different. There would have been transport and communication problems that would have seriously damaged our country's ability to fight. Other roles (like spying and sniffing out poison gas) were perhaps less important but still useful. They were also important for morale. It is hard to measure this. At a time when those fighting were often scared and lonely, animals provided comfort and hope.
Some of us asked if we would have won the war without the use of animals. That would depend upon if the enemy was still using animals or not.
We also investigated The Korean War - why has it been overlooked compared to other wars?
Pupils explored this and came up with lots of reasons.
We watched an animated short film about a boy seeing the from a child's perspective.
This inspired the poems below.
Some of our rainforest prize winners
See below for our fabulous display of poetry and balanced arguments about the rainforest.
Our brand new history ambassadors - ready to serve our community!
Congratulations on successfully applying for this role.
We are so proud of the new British Values posters we have made which will be used around the whole school. See our designs below.
Learning about our British values and exercising our freedom of opinion and speech: sharing our opinions and explaining our ideas
If you'd like to be a News Champion,
You get to share with our class and others about issues you feel strongly about.
Help keep our British values display board up to date.
Write, draw or create an application that shows a topic you are interested in. Last year we had topics like animal abandonment and plastic pollution.