Very exciting! – Year 6 allocated time on Wednesdays.
6JA have recently been learning about statistics. In order to make some stats, we had some fun in the hall throwing beanbags into hoops. The data analysis that followed was brilliant. Well done, 6JA.
Year 6 performing ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.’
Thank you to St. Catherine’s Church for a wonderful day.
This half-term our topic has been ‘Up Above and Down Below’. We have been reading stories and learning about things that we see up in the sky and under the sea. Our Christmas show told the story of all the learning we have been doing.
Some children had lost their friends, and so decided to look ‘up above’ and ‘down below’ for them.
They looked up and spotted some astronauts blasting into space, but they could not see their friends.
The astronauts made friends with some aliens.
The children could see all the planets of the solar system.
Next, the children looked down and spotted sharks, clown fish and jellyfish swimming below the surface of the ocean. However, they still couldn’t see their friends.
After that, the children spotted someone stuck in a chimney!
It was Santa!
Then, they saw some children acting out the Nativity story.
Finally, the children spotted a present. What could be inside? What a surprise – the children had finally found their friends!
The fabulous cast of our show!