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You can see from the displays in our classrooms the variety of topics we cover. As the year progresses, the displays change. By July, you will be able to see the whole range of subjects we have covered. Our Working walls help us learn – the content builds as the term progresses.

Mojo Active

On Wednesday 10th January, Class 6 had the fantastic opportunity of spending the morning at Mojo Active, launching our new ‘Survival’ topic. During the morning, we learned to light a fire safely, build an effective shelter and navigate using a compass. We even watched Mark gut a fish, which we then tasted once he had cooked it over the open fire. It was delicious!

Cross Stitch

This week, Class 6 learned to cross stitch, showing great resilience and perseverance to learn this tricky new skills. We are looking forward to give our parents a cross stitch Christmas card.

Excavated fossils

As part of our topic learning, the children made and excavated fossils, after studying the work of the first female palaeontologist, Mary Anning.

WWII theme day

On Thursday 12th October, Class 6 celebrated their topic with a WWII theme day. We came to school dressed as evacuees and took part in knitting and WWII baking – a mashed potato cake!

Life Skills Centre

Class 6 visited the Lifeskills Centre on Wednesday 11th October. We had fantastic fun whilst learning essential life skills.


Book Week Dress-up

Class 6 dressed up as ‘magic and mystery’ characters for this year’s Book Week. Aren’t our costumes impressive?


WWII Reports

Class 6 has written and published newspaper reports on WWII Blitz. They then tea-stained them to make them appear more authentic.

Fit for Five

Class 6 have been taking part in daily ‘Fit for Five’ sessions. Don’t we look fit?!

Making Gas Masks

Class 6 have been making WWII inspired gas masks, ready for our WWII evacuee day. We hope the finished product looks like the real thing!

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