Week ending 22.10.20

Well, it’s half term! I think we are all ready for a break. Year 5 have worked really hard over the past few weeks and there has been a great deal of revision as well as new learning. Earlier this week we wrote some very funny letters to Marta, our school cook. We imagined some of the school…

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Week ending 16.10.20

This week we have been very busy. We have had some lovely art lessons as well as a science investigation  (dissolving). In RE we looked at Lancaster Diocese, researching its coat of arms and what each symbol represents. It was very interesting. We have also been discussing how actions affect…

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Week ending 9.10.20

It’s amazing to think that we have just completed six weeks at school. Everyone is working so hard. 

This week we have been celebrating Harvest. On Thursday we watched the Cafod Harvest assembly, along with the rest of the school. The children have decided to try and raise a little money for…

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Week ending 2.10.20

Another good week in Year 5. On Wednesday we took part in a Zoom Mad Science activity. It was great fun. 

Next week we will be celebrating Harvest by taking part in a CAFOD online assemble on Thursday and collecting food/toiletry items for Street Life. Can you help with this? A full explanation…

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Week ending 25.9.20

Apologies for this blog being a little late. We had another great week with lots of learning taking place. On Friday we managed a Zoom assembly. It was brilliant. Being able to see all the other children in their classes was wonderful. This will now happen each week and certificates and house…

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Week ending 18.9.20

What a lovely sunny week it was. On Tuesday we went into Squirrel Wood with Katy for a PSHE lesson. We all found a twig and had to get to know it. The twigs were then put in a pile and mixed up. Did you find your twig? Katy then showed us the Goldfinch she had found. It had flown into a window and…

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Week ending 11.9.20

Welcome back Year 5. We have had a great two weeks getting used to our new routines. I think we all agree that having two morning breaks is good. A later lunchtime definitely means there are some grumbling tummies by 12:45pm. (Toast or fruit can be eaten at break times)

Reading books have been…

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Week ending 20.3.20

What a week! Your children have dealt with this strange time in an amazing way. Here we are having our Friday assembly outside (coats on). We are full of hope that we will all be back together before the summer holidays but if that doesn’t happen, we will definitely organise a reunion/celebration…

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Mission Week Year 6

What a fantastic week we’ve had. The Sion mission team have made each day thoughtful, spiritual and meaningful. It has been a wonderfully reflective week with lots of fun activities. We have danced, sung, laughed, presented to parents, bought things from the shop and prayed together. The children…

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Week ending 6.3.20

World Book day - Thursday 5th March

What a great day! The children’s costumes were amazing. After our whole school World Book Day assembly, we created a page all about the character we had come as. As the focus for World Book Day was ‘sharing stories’, after break the children in Year 6 read a…

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Week ending 28.2.20

A great week. We started a new class novel: Once by Morris  Gleitzman. It’s a good read and already we have used it for a writing focus. We have written an official report as an orphanage inspector. Wednesday was a busy day. First thing in the morning we made pizzas. This was part of our DT Food…

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Week ending 14.2.20

It was great to see the children’s enthusiasm this week, taking part on the Bikeability training sessions. Thank you to Dave and Steve for your time and all your hard work. Well done to everyone.

Because we were in two groups, we were able to finish publishing our Health leaflets. They are…

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