It was the return of rowing for Year 6. In their PE lessons all children had a turn using the rowing machine. Over the next few weeks they then attempted to beat their score. All children have 90 seconds to set their best score. The children were invited to the AT7 Centre where they would compete against all the other
A new competition in the Sainsbury`s School Games calendar is Hado. Hado is an Augmented Reality (AR) technology where children compete in teams of 3. All the children had a fantastic time at this event. Learning a new skill and then getting better with each game played. It was brilliant seeing the children show their fantastic values, they represented the
Year 6 enjoyed thinking scientifically when they investigated shadows. They spent time in the playground looking at how shadows are formed, and in the classroom conducted experiments to show how we could make them bigger and smaller.
As part of their Britain at War work Year 6 used their sewing skills to design and make a toy suitable for a child during World War 2 following the principles of Make Do and Mend. The children also enjoyed creating new clothes from old.
It was the return of our favourite event…. Sportshall Athletics! All the children in Years 5&6 have been working very hard in their PE lessons and lunchtime clubs to set their personal bests in each event. In the athletics competition there are running events- obstacle, over/under and relay races. Jumping- Long, Triple, Vertical and Speed Bounce. Throwing- Chest Push and