Good morning 6LA folks, families and fans!
After last week's manic week of parents meetings, a spectacular class assembly (thank you to all who attended and performed!) and our trip to the Imperial War Museum, you would think we would have a calm, restful week this week. Not at all!
In our Science topic we have been fixing and creating working electrical circuits, recapping our learning of circuit symbols from Year 4 and building on our communication skils to help each other to achieve our goal.
Many of our children have been out this week too for swimming galas, tag rugby competitions (in which we were particularly successful, coming in first place!) and the usual music lessons- it is wonderful to see how many of these skills come into our day-to-day lives.
A reminder that Friday this week is Children in Need's Do Your Thing' mufti day where we are all encouraged to reflect what we do in the attire we wear. There will be a cake sale AND a paper airplane competition- what better way is there to round off the week?
Do remember to keep reading- have you bought any of the books on our display list?https://schoolreadinglist.co.uk/reading-lists-for-ks2-school-pupils/suggested-reading-list-for-year-6-pupils-ks2-age-10-11/
Happy Thursday one and all!
Mr Anderson and Mrs Russell