This week we have enjoyed our active maths lessons both inside the classroom and in the hall. The children took the idea of challenging each other very seriously creating some tricky questions for each other in their own version of the game.
Year 6 have been studying the artwork of Kenojuak Ashevak. We also attempted to make our own soap sculptures. Although some of the animals ended up without legs, arms or in some cases a head, we had a lot of fun making them. Its harder than it looks!
Our netball superstars played their first match against Potters Green at the end of the Autumn Term. We won both games; a great start to the year. The children worked well as a team and put into practise some of the skills they have been taught. Well done to all and thank you to the parents who came to support
The magistrates came to visit Year 6 on Thursday, their first trip of two. 6A experienced a trial and had to decide whether the defendant was guilty or not guilty. They had a fabulous morning, learnt a lot and asked some very thoughtful questions. The magistrates themselves were very impressed with the children and their knowledge but also their desire