Wow what a term, we are so proud of the children’s achievements! Year 6 have worked incredibly hard on their Shakespeare performance of Macbeth and if there was ever a point in the school year where they wholeheartedly showed the school values of: respect, responsibility, trust and unity, this was it! They encouraged and supported each other when learning lines, making sense of what they wanted to portray to the audience and reminding each other daily about how proud they were of each other. The performance at the Wickham theatre over two night was outstanding and their powerful singing will be remembered for years to come. We wish the children all the best for their bright futures ahead. They will be missed!
Below are some quotes from the children:
This week Year 6 threw themselves into their final Summer Dance, and delighted us on Thursday with their Sword and Maypole dances. As part of Roman week the children have been producing an extended piece of writing detailing a personal account of a gladiators escape from the fighting arena. Our Roman week will conclude with our Roman Artefact workshop today at the MShed.
As we are sure you will have heard by now, the children now know their parts for our ‘Macbeth’ production. They are being given their scripts to take home over half-term. Whilst the priority this holiday is for all the children to relax and enjoy the absence of revision, it would be great if they could also start to learn there lines. We will be starting rehearsals in earnest next term. have a fabulous break and thank you for all your continued support.
What a busy term this has been. We said goodbye to Laura and hello to Jess and hats off to Year 6 for adapting to the change so well. We have been really lucky to have had Jack teaching Birch class some excellent exercise routines in the form of circuit training – they are all activities which we can do at home or in the park to help keep ourselves fit and healthy. In PSHE we have been learning some basic first aid skills. You will see from the photos that the children practised how to check for a pulse and for breathing and put someone into a recovery position – we may well have some future paramedics amongst us. Maths and Art week saw the children combine their skills of precision and creativity to create the most fabulous ‘Curves of Pursuit’ and Cardioids. These turned out to be thoroughly ‘mindful’ activities. One of the literary highlights of the term has been listening to the children develop and deliver some heated debates on whether people should eat less meat and whether homework should be banned – we might even have some future politicians amongst us…