Year 6 explored how shadows are made this afternoon by creating their own shadow puppet performances.
Year 6 showcased their talents at The Maudslay this afternoon by treating everyone to some Christmas carols. Once again, the class received many compliments on their singing as well as their behaviour. Well done Year 6!!
Here they are in action:
This Friday (15th) we will be taking part in the National Christmas Jumper Day in aid of Save the Children.
All children are invited to come to school dressed in their Christmas jumper and bring in £1 for the charity.
Year 6 will be performing Christmas carols, along with other festive songs, at The Maudslay next Wednesday (13.12.2017). The performance will begin at 13:30, please do come along and support if you are able to. If the children would like to bring and wear some festive head-wear (Santa hat, reindeer antlers etc.) then they are very welcome to do so!
We look forward to seeing you there.
Year 6 and Reception shared a beautiful Advent prayer service this afternoon. Caleb, Lemuel and Carey did a wonderful job of leading the service and were supported by Lily, Niamh and Connor who read bidding prayers with the support of their Prayer Friends, Stanley, Zachery and Nicholas. Well done everyone!
Years 5 and 6 represented to school fabulously today at the Coventry Cathedral. The children performed ‘Bells Ring Out’ as part of the service, receiving many compliments on their beautiful singing! Well done to everyone and a big thank you to Mrs Ellis for putting the song together at such short notice.
Raffle tickets for the teddy bear are still on sale this week!
Tickets are £1 each and will be sold at break times every day in the hall.
The raffle will be drawn on Friday – good luck everyone!
This Wednesday, Year 5 and Year 6 are attending the Christingle service at the cathedral. For those parents wishing to attend, the service begins at 10am and will finish at approximately 11:15. We hope to see some of you there!
Year 6 showed off their orienteering skills this afternoon by completing a new route that involved leaving the school campus. Using their map skills they were able to navigate themselves accurately around the local area, representing the school brilliantly in the process. Well done!
Year 6 continued to explore their science topic of ‘Light’ today by making periscopes out of cereal boxes. Thank you to all the children who brought boxes in. Here they are in action: