I just want to do a HUGE shout out for Lily and Olivia in Year 6 who have completed these beautiful collages! The fact that they are currently accessing their learning from home hasn’t stopped them from working hard and getting smart! As a result they have produced some gorgeous art work! Well done girls!
All of the activities link to our Expedition ‘How can we help the world we live in?’
We can’t wait to see what you get up to!
Above are three links to different animals at Edinburgh Zoo where you can watch them live throughout the day via a webcam. This is a great opportunity to see these animals at different parts of the day and what they get up to.
1. Draw a picture of your favourite animal that you’ve been watching.
2. Write a description about your favourite animal.
3. Fact File/A day in the life of a… your favourite animal.
Have fun guys and email in any activities that you complete 🌟
Class 14 have just been to see our amazing product at Thorne South Station. Well done everyone I am so proud of all your hard work and effort!
Wow!! We have finally seen our product at Thorne North Station and it is AMAZING! We are all so proud that that our hard work and effort has lead to this! Well done Year 6 – we are so proud of you!
We can’t wait for our parents and friends of Green Top to come and see the product and celebrate with us later!
Wow – what a great day we have had! I had the pleasure of accompanying some of the Year 6 children on Adam’s Ark where we enjoyed sailing down the canal. Although the first group got incredibly wet it didn’t dampen our spirits and the group still enjoyed opening the bridges and the locks. A nice hot chocolate soon helped us to warm up! The second group were equally as fantastic and also enjoyed taking charge of sailing the boat!
The Year 5 life skills groups with Mrs Walton used weight and measure to bake cookies in preparation for the following days maths lesson about fractions.
They were rewarded for their hard work by eating the cookies after they divided them into the correct fractions.
To get us ini the Christmas spirit, Sensory Circuit started with a snowball fight today. The blurry photos show how fast everyone was moving, and we all ended up hot and sweaty after all the fun had finished.
To prepare ouselves for Christmas, our mindfulness meditation was called ‘The Gift of You’ and reminded us that not all presents can be bought, and that being around for other people can be the greatest gift of all.
Over the last few weeks, children and staff at Green Top have demonstrated how Christmas is not only a time for receiving but also for giving, as they have donated food and toiletries to the ‘Pay It Forward Advent’ in aid of the Thorne Community Foodbank.
Children in Year 6 then gave their time to support the volunteers at the Food bank in giving out bags. Paul Brian even sang a song to get everyone in a Christmas mood.
Support of the Food bank will continue into the new year, with groups of Year 6 children going down every week to help.
A heart warming trip to some of our local residential homes this week (Adeline house and Bennfield House). The choir did a fantastic job spreading festive cheer and judging by the smiling faces they helped make some peoples Christmas a very special one. The residents loved chatting to the children about Christmas and loved joining in with singing and dancing too:)
Well done 🙂 you did us proud again!