It was assessments this week, all of the children tried incredibly hard and gave their best. There were lots of moments of pride as well as resilience and perseverance from those who want to do even better next time.
Out on the playground, the amount of equipment we can use has been reduced due to the virus so we have been finding other ways to stay active by trying out different activities and adapting some of these into new games. We’ve used a stopwatch and have taken out paper and clipboards to record our scores and then try to beat them!
This week, we have been writing the biography of Anne Frank in literacy and in science, we have been explaining how the heart works, naming each part and how it functions. We've been getting competitive on Spelling Shed and Scholastic Reading Pro as well as fitting in time to improve our times tables on TimesTable Rockstars.
6SW finished off another fantastic week by representing Hello Yellow, supporting YoungMinds.
6SW have been busy this week. We’ve learnt about the six wives of Henry viii and how his many marriages impacted on his reign. We also had a go at making our own blood - using sweet related alternatives of course! Can you guess which part of the blood is represented by which?
6SW have come back to school with an inspirational attitude and instantly got back to working hard and showing what fantastic things they can achieve. We've created our class rules collaboratively; started our history work on the Tudors and have been learning all about the circulatory system.