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Year 6 Sponsored Bounce - 5th January 2018
This afternoon, our Year 6 pupils took part in a sponsored bounce. They are raising money as part of their enterprise project this term and are also learning about keeping healthy.
Victorian Day Fantastic Finish - 12th December 2017
It wasn't an ordinary day for Year 6 today as they spent the whole day as Victorians. They dressed the part and sat in rows in their classrooms while reciting times tables and facts about the Empire. Boys learned technical drawing and girls did some sewing. Miss Pollard could get used to the children standing whenever she enters the room. Well done everyone!
Black Country Living Museum - 2nd October 2017
Year 6 had a brilliant time at the Black Country Living Museum where they were finding out about what life was like for Victorian children. They wrote on slate while sitting in rows, went into a mine, but also had some fun at the fairground and tried some Victorian chips! We hope that Mrs Comben has learned her lesson after her punishment in the school room!
Learning to play the guitar - 8th September 2017
This year, our Year 6 pupils will all be learning to play the guitar. They had their first lesson this morning and have very quickly learned how to play the riff to the song 'Another One Bites The Dust'.
Our Year 6 pupils were absolutely brilliant during SATs week so we rewarded them with a trip to Go Bowling. The children (and staff) were very competitive but still showed the values of positivity and teamwork. A very well-deserved treat!
Since January, Year 6 have been working on an Enterprise project to raise money for charity. They held a sponsored bounce and then used the money to buy the ingredients for fruit kebabs, fruit pots and fruit pizzas. They then sold their products to pupils and parents. As part of their homework they have planned a presentation to persuade others to support their chosen charity. They have really shown an understanding of the values of health, empathy, responsibility and humour while completing this work.