We have enjoyed looking at a range of leaflets and unpicking the key features ahead of writing our own persuasive leaflets.
As part of Year Six's science project (evolution and inheritance)
the children had fun participating in a sorting task of some key vocabulary.
The children demonstrated great teamwork and determination.
Thank you to all who came to start the Christmas festivities with the Year Six Carol Concert. The children sang beautifully and did us all proud.
The twenty mini police were fortunate to be chosen to attend a police dog display, where the police showcased their highly-trained forensic and sniffer dogs.It was fascinating to see how intelligent and well trained they were. Thank you Merseyside Police!
Year Six had a fantastic residential at CHET and threw themselves into every activity. As teachers we are proud of all that they accomplished
and hope that they take away many happy memories.
Well done boys and girls!
Year Six have been learning how to write setting descriptions, and have produced some beautiful descriptions linked with their book, Rose Blanche.
Year Six have been looking at the differences between similes and metaphors.
We completed an activity identifying them and plan on using them in our future descriptive writing.
Year Six had an exciting and insightful trip on Monday as part of the on going scrambler awareness campaign. The children witnessed an RTC re-enactment and had the opportunity to ask the emergency services any questions they had. An educational yet enjoyable morning!
Mission Day: Year Six spent the day focusing on the community and how they help within it. They enjoyed doing lots of wonderful activities and sharing their excellent ideas.
The Year Six pupils enjoyed making circuits and looking at the effect of different voltages as part of their science topic.