I was extremely impressed with the new year 6’s this morning. They worked in groups to decide on their ‘classroom norms’ and they then presented their ideas to the rest of the class. Their ideas were well thought out and mature. I look forward to seeing children following our class norms this week!
Class 13 created some excellent poems all about tennis! We had to think of tennis related nouns and link them with meaningful adjectives, adverbs and verbs. Well done guys!
The girls played extremely well tonight and I am really proud of them. They didn’t get the win but it is amazing to see how much they are improving each week. Keep it up girls!
Troy, Liam, Lacey and Harley produced some beautiful work in maths today. They used multi-link cubes to develop their understanding of what volume is and how we can calculate it. I was very impressed with the mathematical language they used and by the end of the lesson we had achieved gold standard. Great work guys!
The children in years 5 and 6 have created this Banksy style graffiti as part of our theme. It is known that the Vikings used to graffiti by carving their name in runes on buildings and monasteries. To inspire our writing (a balanced argument), the children worked together to create what can only be described as a work of art! The children used a range of skills and had to work through a number of steps in order to get to the final product. Their craft was of a high quality and it was clear that previous explorations had developed their skills. We used a Banksy piece of artwork that was recently discovered in Hull and we put our own twist on it. I’m sure Banksy would be proud of our efforts!
What do you think? Is graffiti art or vandalism? Leave your comments below (this will help us plan our writing!)
In preparation for our Learning Conference today, we have created a short clip to remind us of how amazing our Y5/6 Space lectures were in the Autumn Term. Click here to view.
Year 5/6 enjoyed taking part in a Viking treasure hunt today for family learning. They had to discover all of the runes before breaking the code and then discover the Viking God. Once they had done this, they had to follow the coordinates to the prize! Everyone involved had great fun and it truly was a fantastic family learning!
Thank you to all those that came and supported (and joined in the fun)!
A big ‘Well Done’ to all children in Team M who achieved 97% attendance this week! They celebrated with an ice lolly in Funky Friday time! Who will be the winner next week?