Good bye and good luck!

6EA what a year we have had. Each and every one of you are special, creative, funny, interesting and just wonderful to teach. I have loved teaching you and being able to chat to you every day, to find out the latest gossip and to hear about your lives! You have worked incredibly hard and you have achieved wonderful results. Remember where I am when you are rich and famous!

Best of luck at your new schools. I will miss you all so much. A massive thank you to parents for all of the lovely presents and cards and for your ongoing support. Have a brilliant summer all!

Miss Adams 🙂 x

Year 6 football

Well done boys, great game against Langley Primary. Not a win but a fantastic team effort all the same and a great goal scored by Kameron!

Year 6 skipping away!

Year 6 have been fundraising for the British Heart Foundation by completing a sponsored skip. They skipped for 10 minutes straight- ouch! I am so proud as I know how challenging this was! Well done Year 6 🙂

Vitruvian Man

Today we learnt about Leonardo Di Vinci’s famous art work and reflected on its purpose: to depict the proportions of man. Following Da Vinci’s ideas, we used measuring tapes to check out proportions. Was your arm span the same measurement as your height?

Our class book in memory of Mrs Collenette

Today we looked at our class reader ‘The Call of the Wild’.

‘If you’ve got a book, you’ve got a friend and you’ll never be lonely’.

As we read this book, we are going to think about Mrs Collenette and the lovely memories we have of her. She helped so many of the children in this class with their reading and learning and today we are discussing our memories of her.