Today, we celebrated our annual harvest. The whole school performed songs poems or some informative facts about how food is available/unavailable all over the world.
Year 5 researched how food is plentiful in some parts of the world but also quite scarce in others. We leant how 1/3 of the food produced is actually wasted! Shocking! No one should go without the sustenance they need to lead a healthy lifestyle. We realised that we need to be thankful for what we have.
Well done everyone for such a fabulous assembly 😊
Today, we had some more super homework in connection with our black history topic. Two scrumptious cakes and a fabulous fact poster about a range of influential black activists. Well done. 😊
Mrs Wilkinson 🐘😸🐘
Today was the turn of Green and Blue House members to campaign to become House Captains. Again it was extremely difficult – each manifesto was well written and heartfelt. Well done everyone.
This week we have two fabulous pieces of completed homework. A scrumptious ‘I have a dream’ cake an an amazing African thumb piano – well done girls 😊
Mrs Wilkinson 🐘😸🐘
Today marked the day of our first House Captain Speeches. Over the last couple of weeks, the Year 6 children have been working hard to write their House Captain Manifestos.
Today, it was yellow house who read out their completed manifestos to the rest of the school. They all did a stirling job, which makes it extremely hard to chose the ideal candidate. Good luck everyone.
Mrs. Wilkinson 🐘😸🐘
May I wish you all a very warm welcome back after what I hope was an enjoyable summer break.
I am so looking forward to welcoming my new year 6 class and have planned an enjoyable but challenging curriculum for our up and coming year.
A class letter will be sent out at the end of this week, outlining the teaching and learning for this half term; any homework to complete and other information needed to ease the transition into Year 6.
Please do remember, my door is always open if you have any queries.
Mrs Wilkinson. 🐘😸🐘