Well done Year 6 for delivering your assembly on Rosh Hashanah so well this morning – you did yourselves proud as the leaders of the school!
English learning this week has seen the children really honing their editing skills. Here they are wearing their official Editing Passes!
The class got their first taster of SATs practice this week by sitting a set of past maths papers. Well done to all for trying your hardest.
Our WW2 learning continued with the children experiencing the need to ‘Make Do and Mend’. We learnt about how people were encouraged to reuse and up-cycle old clothes during the war, when availability of goods was limited. Armed with a needle, thread and a worn-out sock, we then had a go at darning!
Along with the rest of the school, Y6 enjoyed the launch of the new Fitter Futures initiative.
Once again, the children finished off the week with their Reception partners. Taking advantage of the beautiful weather, they sat in the Reception outdoor learning area, reading to their buddies.
Remember to take a photo if you cook this week’s wartime dish, Bacon and Macaroni!
Request to parents: Following the letter that went out on Thursday regarding our visit next Tuesday afternoon to Potters Bar Museum, I am still in need of 2 parent helpers. Please let me know on Monday if you are available.
Have a wonderful weekend.