House points - Swallow and Kingfishers combined totals to date!
Easter holiday activities
Friday 3rd April 2020
Thursday 2nd April 2020
Wednesday 1st April 2020
Tuesday 31st March 2020
We have found lots of new activities to keep us busy!
We loved doing science experiments in our kitchens!
Our new classrooms!
Monday 30th March 2020
House points for Week 1 of our home learning - as you can see it's very close!
Friday 27th March 2020
Thursday 26th March 2020
Wednesday 25th March 2020
Tuesday 24th March 2020
Monday 23rd March 2020
Reading with our buddies is always very popular. We really enjoyed sharing their favourite books with them during Book Week!
We had great fun making shadow puppets in science linked to our topic on light and then using these to retell Greek myths.
Thank you Mrs Noakes for helping us to make snakes for our Medusa door display for Book Week!
We made these masks during our preparations for the Holcaust memorial service, which Year 6 attended.We discussed the fact that the face that we show to the world does not always reflect how we are feeling inside.
We have enrolled with Juniper Education to review the books nominated for the annual Juniper Book Awards. The children are all encouraged to submit their own reviews once they have read the books. We have been invited to attend the award ceremony, where not only will the winning author be presented with their award, there will also be an award presented to the pupil who has written the best review.
We thoroughly enjoyed our workshop led by Chris Holland, the Didgeridoo man. He fascinated us with the range of sounds he was able to play and enthralled us by recounting some Dreamtime stories. The children were really excited to learn how to play and used some of the sound effects to help retell their own stories.
We were so proud of our Year 6 children who led an emotional service on Remembrance Day. They read poems they had written and laid a wreath and crosses on our memorial. Grace read the Act of Remembrance which was followed by the Last Post played by Mr Wilson. The whole school observed a 2 minute silence and then concluded the service by singing The National Anthem.
We enjoyed our road safety afternoon and learnt the importance of making sure we always stay safe around traffic.
Swallow Class enjoyed serving tea and coffee at our Macmillan Coffee Afternoon. They all worked so hard and were very proud to have raised just over £300!
We are looking forward to the year ahead with our new class!
Swallow class enjoyed a Victorian Day at Audley End House