Our masks make a terrific display in the corridor near the office.
Thank you to Sarah and Elaine who helped make our Greek themed afternoon an event to remember. There was a procession, drama, a 'fight' (don't worry it was all part of the show), dancing and feasting. We also made Christmas wreaths in the December sunshine. A special thanks to the parents and grandparents who braved the cold and the mud to join our celebration on the school field. Well done (and thank you) to Dominika's mum, Tristan's mum and Shane's mum who each baked a tier of the 'wedding' cake. Mmmmmm . . . they were all delicious!
A winter walk helped generate ideas for a descriptive narrative.
Well done Year 6 we enjoyed your amazing samba drumming performance.
Rangoli pattern boards made from coloured rice, lentils and kidney beans.
Pupils from year 6 made Greek temples as part of their homework project.
We designed and made images of a Greek temple.
Taekwondo taster session.
This week in our English lessons we have been reading and writing personification poems. Come back next week to read a selection.
Preparing the dance for our Greek extravaganza.
We are all very proud of our Greek masks.
Adding hair and make up to our Greek masks. Looking good!
Looking at Greek artefacts on loan from the Discovery Museum.
Dressing up as ancient Greeks.
Year 6 making masks of Greek Gods with Sarah and Elaine of 'Dodgy Clutch'. Look out for an invitation to our Greek extravaganza in December.
We all enjoyed learning to play the drums with Franco. Look out for our performance coming soon.
Year 6 investigate parallel and series circuits during their science lesson.
I wonder what surprised Campbell?
Year 6 developing their hockey skills with Mrs Marshall.
Year 6 pupils enjoyed learning to sing 'Livin' on a Prayer' by the rock band Bob Jovi during our music lessons.
Sampling Greek food: feta cheese, Greek style yoghurt and Kalamata olives.