Our Year 6 camp weekend was brilliant - we all had such fun and some of us even managed to get some sleep too!
We were really inspired by our visit from the Young Shakespeare Company and enjoyed our drama improvisations of the scene on the battlements when the ghost of King Hamlet first appears to the guards.
We loved our visit from the YSC when they performed Hamlet last week and it has really inspired us in our drama and our writing.
We had a fun day out at the beach learning about coastal erosion, investigating rock pools and paddling in the sea!
We participated in an outdoor whole school Pentecost service, where Swallow Class retold the story of Pentecost through story telling and drama.
We are very proud of Arthur who was awarded a Bronze badge in the Primary Maths Challenge!
Swallow Class enjoyed a wonderful theme day where they dressed as evacuees and spent the day immersed in activities based on World War 2. They did drama, cooking, DT (making model Anderson shelters), learning a WW2 song and enjoying a VE party (which was without a doubt the highlight of the day!
Saffron Museum lent us a selection of WW2 artefacts which we enjoyed examining
Our class Zoom session today was all about E-Safety. We watched a video and discussed how important it is to be aware of the dangers we could encounter. Read some of our Top Tips for staying safe on the internet!
We have been learning about street art artists Banksy and Camile Walala. Today, we used Tate Kids to create our own designs based on their style. Can you identify any of the underlying messages behind some of the children's work? They are really quite powerful!
Christmas lunch with our wonderful Christmas hats!
We were so pleased with the number of donations that we received for the Uttlesford Foodbank. These were all delivered to the Foodbank in time for the Christmas parcels and were very gratefully received.