The children were asked to imagine they were evacuees, they had to decide what they would take with them if they were evacuated- no electronic games allowed!
Rapping the 12 x tables all week! Year 6 have loved it!
Year Six thoroughly enjoyed their visit to the Marist Centre today, through prayer, drama and rapping we thought about the key to having a great time in Year Six.
Year six are studying Rose Blanche, the story of a German girl who discovered a concentration camp. The children have been writing from the point of view of a prisoner and of Rose herself. Their writing has been fantastic- tear jerking!
Well done Year Six. Year Six read beautifully yesterday, the acting was great and the children reminded everyone about the importance of saying thank you.
Year Six enjoyed Gaelic football today with our new coach Andrew.
Year 6 enjoyed a visit from the fire service today. They have been learning how to stay safe over the summer and the dangers of open water.
Year six are very busy rehearsing the play- Cinderella and Rockerfella!
As some of you may already know, the children in year 6 have written and sent letters to Peel Energy about the planned incinerator, which is to be built in our area! I have just received an email from Trafford Council, saying how delighted they are about our contribution to the cause! Well done…
All our eggs have hatched! We now have ten fluffy chicks!
Lots of excitement in Year Six today as our first chick hatched. At 9.40 this morning Yoko entered the world.