Monthly Archives: January 2017

Y6 January 27th

Y6 January 27th

Y6 students – in the guise of Spanish conquistadores – continued their exploration of the Mayan Empire by sampling some of the exotic foods of the New World.  New and exciting things to eat and drink were discovered by Europeans in the 16th Century including tomatoes, tortillas, avocados and – best of all – chocolate. …Continue Reading

Y6 January 20th

Y6 January 20th

In science in Y6 this term we have been investigating the properties of light – an area of study which hitherto had left many of us in the dark.  This week’s focus was on the formation of shadows.  Y6 scientists were employed to replicate the lighting effects achieved by Elvis Presley’s stage lighting crew to…Continue Reading

Year 2’s dinosaur adventure

Year 2’s dinosaur adventure

Year 2 were left stunned this week after experiencing some unusual events. We came into school on Wednesday morning to find that on Tuesday evening, dinosaurs had invaded. We were shocked as we had been learning that dinosaurs were extinct! After some serious thought we decided to investigate, not before checking that the teachers involved…Continue Reading

Year 5 Liturgy – Sharing

Year 5 Liturgy – Sharing

Four children in Year 5 led a beautiful liturgy this morning. The theme of their liturgy was sharing with one another. The children began by gathering the class in a circle and making the sign of the cross, they explained their reasons for choosing this theme. Next, the four children took it in turns to…Continue Reading