On Thursday morning, the children in Year 4 went to Eaton Bank for cooking. They made cous cous using a range of fruit, vegetables, herbs and spices.
They had so much fun.
On Thursday, Year 6 visited Eaton Bank for a hockey workshop. We learnt a lot of skills while we were there, such as control, passing, stopping and saving. We played some games to practise these skills, such as Pacman Hockey and finished by playing some matches. It was an extremely enjoyable experience and we hope to do something like this again. The teacher at Eaton Bank gave us all a certificate for great effort and representing the school well. I. Kane, M. Callaghan, L. Onions and J. Connor also received a medal each for exceptional effort.
Written by I. Kane and M. Callaghan.
This morning the children in Foundation Stage made Reindeer Food ready to sprinkle outside their homes on Christmas Eve.
We have been having some Christmas fun in Year 5 today. These are some of the photos we took with the Christmassy props!
As part of our work on Remembrance, all the children of Year 5 created a wonderful piece of artwork.
Earlier this year in Year 5 all the children drew a self portrait of themselves.
This morning in Year 5 we have been practicing our drawing and sketching skills linked to our Viking topic.
Year 6 braved the cold weather for one last time in 2021. After a vigorous run to warm up the children then split into teams and competed in mixed mini games of football and netball. This allowed them to show off their ball handling skills which have been developed this half term.
Year 6 have celebrated Christmas today in school. We have performed our Christingle service, had a lovely turkey dinner, played a number of Christmas party games and made the longest paper chains using only one piece of paper. Our day finished with lovely gift bags courtesy of Mrs Isherwood and the school governors. Thank You from all the Year 6.