The final chapter of primary school is one full of exciting opportunities. The children will enjoy experiences that are rewarding and challenging, allowing everyone to shine in their own unique way.
We have very diverse learning opportunities throughout the year, including Rainforests, Anglo-Saxons, Vikings and Children during WWII.
As well as supporting children to reach their academic potential, the children will gain more independence and given many additional responsibilities around the school, including the opportunity to become House Captains and School Council leaders in Year 6.
The children will be expected to work hard, but in return, they will be rewarded with many happy memories, lasting friendships, and an increased confidence to take on their next adventure.
Class 3 were visited by Ramila from the St. Philip's centre, who taught us all about Hinduism. We had the opportunity to learn about the celebrations and Gods in the Hindu religion; and see some Hindu prayer resources.
Our Class 3 pupils entered their mini-sagas in to the YoungWriters Crazy Creatures competition. Eighteen of our entries have been chosen for publication in the 'Crazy Creatures - Amazing Tales' book, which is due for release on 23rd February.
In Computing, we have been using Micro:Bits to develop our understanding of coding.
Class 3 visited Perlethorpe Education Centre as part of our learning about Anglo-Saxons. We had the opportunity to take part in an orienteering activity, learn all about the history of the Anglo-Saxons, and even had the chance to hold some replica weapons! The whole class had a really enjoyable day.