On Tuesday 6th November we took part in a 'Murder Mystery' workshop at Beamish. We were called in to help find out the identity of a 'body' discovered at Rowley Station. Working in teams we discovered clues and interviewed witnesses.
We are enjoying learning to play simple rhythms on the drums, electric guitar, bass guitar and keyboard with Franco and Steve. Watch out for an invitation to a performance in a few weeks time.
Year 6 pupils celebrated the end of our work with Elaine and Sarah of the Dodgy Clutch Theatre Company in style. Parents, grandparents and carers joined us to celebrate the 'wedding' of Persephone and Hades.
Take a look at some of our fantastic homework.
We all enjoyed sampling Paige's homework of homemade olive bread and hummus.
We used lentils, kidney beans, rice and onion seeds to make rangoli inspired pattern boards. (Sorry for the mess Mr Leiper!)
We enjoyed taking part in a 'Commedia dell'arte drama workshop with Elaine of the Dodgy Clutch Theatre Company
We borrowed an Ancient Greek 'Box of Delights' containing replicas of Greek objects from The Discovery Museum.
We enjoyed reading 'Clockwork' by the author Philip Pullman. It inspired us to write our own narratives entitled The Workshop of Dr Kalmenius
Read a selection of our narratives here
Adding hair and 'make-up' to our Greek god and goddess masks.
We enjoyed making masks with Elaine and Sarah members of the Dodgy Clutch Theatre Company.
A trip to Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens. A beautiful autumn day at Belsay and some wonderful writing.
Making Greek temples as part of our history project.
Making circuits in science
We enjoyed taking part in a workshop with performance poet Jess Green.