30 Year 6 pupils spent the afternoon at the Cordeaux playing fields, along with other schools, learning skills used in orienteering and putting these into practise around a number of different activities. We saw some fantastic group work and team spirit going on throughout the afternoon and it was great to see the children challenging themselves! Continue reading Orienteering at Cordeaux
After studying the work of Andy Goldsworth, Year 6 enjoyed a fantastic afternoon at Hubbards Hills creating some inspired artwork using only natural materials. Here is a selection of some of their work. Continue reading Natural Art at Hubbards Hills
As we actually managed to get some slightly summery weather today, we decided to go outside to undertake a maths trail – solving a range of problems based upon the school grounds. Continue reading Solving maths problems in a real life context.
Whilst some of year 6 were out representing the school at cricket, the rest of us have been consolidating our knowledge of the body. As it was gloriously sunny, we did this outside of course! Continue reading Bodies everywhere!
Year 6 started their day by mapping out what they thought they knew about the human body. Continue reading Learning about the human body.
SATs are now over so we are finishing the pots we made during the East meets West topics. Paint is flowing, music is playing and the children (and staff) are smiling. Continue reading A post SATs white-wash…