Evacuee Day... we spent time in an Anderson shelter model in the classroom, did some baking using a war-time ration recipe, completed some code-breaking tasks and learnt a 1940s dance...
It’s Friendship Week. We sprayed some shaving foam then couldn’t put it back in the can... that’s just like words coming out of our mouth; once they’re out, they can’t go back in! It’s really important to think before you speak...
These are the qualities we think an amazing friend should have...
We’ve been exploring and reading in the new spiritual garden...
Practical arithmetic games make our maths lessons fun!
It’s harvest time. We made a beautiful water colour sign for the school hall to remind everyone to appreciate this special time where crops are harvested and our environment changes. It is a time to give to others and to stop and look at the beauty in our world.
Our harvest lettering using water colours to reflect the changing leaves around us at this time of year...
We have been learning about averages, using our addition and division skills. We found the average height of the pupils on our table and the average amount of skips a year 6 child can complete in minute...
En ville KS2
We have learnt the French shops - Marc tells us about his shopping list. Can you work out what he needs to buy at each shop and who for? Year 6 did this BRILLIANTLY!
We’ve been playing card games which help us with our mental calculations... ask us to teach you how to play!
In science we are learning about human bodies. We created giant bodies, positioned the organs in the correct places and wrote descriptions of what each organ does.
We are writing biographies about Winston Churchill. Ask us about his life; we’re experts now!
French lesson 2 - Numbers 1 - 31
Learn your numbers 1 - 31 with Marc et Milou. Can you write down the name of the band members? Even better if you can write it in the 3rd person in French. Elle s'appelle Madame Day = She is called Madame Day. Il s'appelle Marc = He is called Milou.
1-31 en Français avec Steps
Here is a clearer copy of the Steps song with Monsieur Johnson MFL. Sing along at home - I find it really tricky to keep up!
How to play Loto with Marc et Milou
We didn't have time for this in class and we know how to play loto anyway. In case you want to show your family how to play it, you can use this video. Merci!
A la boulangerie
Marc explains different viennoiseries, shows us how to pronounce them and Madame Day tells us her shopping list with numbers up to 31. Can you test your family and friends and see if they can work out what Madame Day is going to buy today?
We’ve been learning about the key events during World War 2. We also learnt about British Spitfire planes and made some 3D models...
French - Welcome Lesson 1
We started our French lessons this week in Owls. Madame Day was super impressed with how much we remembered!
We met Sophie and Antoine - we learnt about where they live, their age, their birthday and what they love. .
Marc's favourite song
Marc told us about his favourite song. If you would like to, watch this again at home and see if you can learn the words in French!
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