Year 6 have been very busy this week preparing for today’s class assembly.
They began on Monday by meeting in their new leadership groups and deciding on the key messages they wanted to deliver to the Pope Paul community, during their time on stage.
On Tuesday, they used the chrome books to write their speeches. They then presented them to the rest of the class and the children then gave suggestions in order to improve each speech further.
On Wednesday, the children edited their speeches and made improvements; they were then put together as an assembly!
The children made their teachers very proud this morning with their professional attitudes and outstanding delivery! Well done Year 6!
On Tuesday, the children met their new Italian teacher Corrado. He will be teaching the class Italian every Tuesday afternoon! Welcome Corrado!
All learning has been allocated on these websites for you, as discussed in class.
In preparation for One World Week, please find out as much as you can about our focus country, Zambia!
I also attach information about the BBC 500 Words competition. There is no pressure to enter this, but it looks fantastic!
Have a lovely weekend,