A big thank you to Hamish who spent the morning with us today, teaching us about ways we can travel safely. We discussed the pros and cons of travelling different ways, looked at maps to see if we could identify safe routes and planned our own routes on maps.
Safer Routes to School Workshop
Year 5 and 6 really enjoyed their trip to Newman Hall to see a replica oft he Turin Shroud and share mass with the residents. We learnt lots about the history and importance of the shroud by reading the information boards, viewing artefacts and discussing with the volunteers. We asked lots of sensible questions at the end too.
Trip to see the Turin Shroud
18/03/2019 - Practicing our play scripts
We chose and rehearsed a play in our groups. We worked so well together on our stage directions and spacing. Mrs Lee watched the final performance and thought she was in the New Theatre!
11/03/2019 - African Mask Paper Mache
Here is the first stage of our African mask project. We researched, sketched and designed a mask with a traditional meaning to make out of paper mache. Watch this space to see our progress!
Here we are enjoying our Size of Wales workshop where we learnt about all the important work the charity does to reduce palm oil use. We were particularly concerned about the effect palm oil has on orangutans because our class novel 'Kensuke's Kingdom' has lots of orangutans in it. We decided to make a logo to advertise palm oil free food.