Here are some photos of the children enjoying Boogie Bounce.
A huge well done to Ronnie in Oak who has achieved this week’s Star of the Week. Ronnie has been working so hard in his Maths. Well done!
Please complete one test from the maths SATs booklet.
Please learn the following spellings.
You can also practise these on the Spelling Shed website https://www.spellingshed.com/en-gb/index.html
Here is what we will be learning about this term.
We explored the importance of good foundations in life, based on the Bible story of the Wise and the Foolish Builders. Some of us used marshmallows and spaghetti to build a tower, while others had only sand to build their foundations.
Year 6 had a great time exploring Dover Castle and the War Time tunnels. What a great way to link our Term 1 and 2 topics.
‘I saw the White Cliffs of Dover for the first time.’
‘I liked the view from the top of the tower.’
‘The tour guides were really helpful. I didn’t know that there are 70 different ways of playing Chess.’
‘It was interesting listening to the water being poured into the well. It was a long way down, but if you listened carefully, you could hear the splash!’
‘The War Time Tunnels were really fun. I liked using the old fashioned phones and typewriters.’
Here is a small selection of photos from our Kingswood residential. All children will receive a CD with the photos at the end of this academic year.
‘I faced my fears!’
‘I enjoyed all of the activities and overcame my fear of heights.’
‘I was able to try new things like going on the zip wire for the first time.’
‘We worked as a team a lot more. Many of the activities required us to work together e.g. crate stacking. If we didn’t work as a team, the activity wasn’t a success.’
This week saw our first Battle of the Bands between the two year 6 classes. It was only a short battle of 15 minutes, but many points were scored. Oak class were triumphant on this occasion, but it was very close indeed!
Well done to Aidan and Louisa, who were the top scorers for each band!
Well done to Teddy for making a super start to his education at St. Nicholas. Elm are very lucky to have you!