Yesterday, Year 5 were lucky enough to team up with Year 6 children and hear the brilliant stories that they have been writing in their English lessons, based on the myth of King Midas.
The Year 6 children began by reading their blurbs and then the stories themselves with expression as the Year 5s listened, on the edge of their seats until the end!
Thank you very much to all Year 6 children – we loved being able to experience some of your learning.
This week’s Home Learning – Enjoy!
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This week, your task is to carry out research into one environmental issue that is addressed in This Morning I Met a Whale to add to your understanding and present your findings clearly. You can choose from:
- Plastic in the oceans
- Melting ice caps
What is your ‘issue’ caused by? Why is it a problem for the environment? Which animals is it affecting? To present your research, you should include factual information such as statistics and you may like to add images too.
Due: Tuesday 13th November
On Friday 19th October we held our Harvest Festival Assembly. This was a fantastic opportunity for our pupils to consider the beliefs and experiences of some people in our local community. We were kindly joined by Rev. David Howland who helped us understand how Christians celebrate at this time of year.
We also had the chance to reflect on how we can care for those less fortunate than ourselves, including our efforts to collect donations for the Lewisham Foodbank. Take a look below at everything we managed to collect. These items will go to help local families and children in need.
Thank you to all our families for their generosity in donating.