In Science last week, we became true scientists by conducting an experiment that better helped us to understand the process of osmosis. We were all really interested in the results of the experiment and it really helped us to visualise the process happening inside of our bodies!
We had another lovely community crew meeting this week celebrating all of our successes! A huge shout out to our attendance winners our and Accelerated Reader winners this week – well done!
Another special shout out for our HoWL point winners this week who have worked hard, being kind and got smart with their learning!
Let’s not forget our Out of this World winners who have all received the yellow t-shirt for their exceptional learning this week! Absolute super stars! I wonder who will get it next week!
And finally we have our Star Readers! Here are just two of our well deserving reading stars but rest assured there were many more!
Year 6 children are currently preparing their presentations for Final Word. They will be held next week, WC 27th June. Please use the Google Form below to request an appointment. Your child’s teacher will then get back to you via email with a specific time.
Thanks, Year 6
Thank you to all of the people who purchased books from our travelling book fair! For every amount of books sold, Green Top earn free ones and thanks to the huge success of the fair, we earned lots of lovely books for both KS1 and KS2!
Here are just some of the great books we chose! Again, thank you for your support which will have a great impact on our in school reading!
Last week I had the pleasure of taking Y5&6 to XP to take part in the first evert XP Trust football competition. The children played some outstanding football and it was great to see everyone enjoying themselves and taking part. Well done to Y6 who were the overall winners! Our next event will be Y5&6 Rounders in a few weeks time.
Crew Knowles did a fantastic job of investigating the heart today and putting their previous learning into practise. They were able to recognise different parts of the heart and see where the blood would pump in and out of the organ.
The Year 6 children enjoyed a German lesson delivered by a teacher from Trinity Academy. They enjoyed getting a taster for what is to come next year!
Those children who aren’t going to Trinity also did a great job of joining in and getting the German experience!
On Friday, the children will get to experience Spanish lessons also delivered by the teachers of Trinity! We can’t wait!
We had a lovely community crew today celebrating lots of successes! We heard some great shoutouts and appreciations for each other and learnt who was winning the Accelerated Reader competition!
Check out some of our Star Reader’s here:
We also had lots of HoWLs point winners for the children who have worked hard, being kind and got smart this week!
Finally, we celebrated our new ‘Out of this World’ children who will receive the yellow tshirt to wear this week! Congratulations to all the winners – it is thoroughly deserved!
Congratulations to Jaiden and Alexsis who have read over 1 million words this year! Wow – that is some serious reading!
Well done, I’m so proud of you!
After we completed our fantastic research about some of history’s deadliest pandemics, we then presented our findings to the rest of our crew.
Each group were able to present their research however they wanted. As a result, we had slides, written presentations, a live stream and a video! I was so impressed with the creativity and thought that went in to each presentation and the children gained so much knowledge!