It was great to host lots of Dads, Grandads, Uncles and all round Gentlemen this week in school. Year 6 completed a series of circuit challenges but didn't seem to get their wires crossed!
Year 6 enjoyed a special time of prayer and adoration today, as we celebrated the placing of the Blessed Sacrament placed in the monstrance with Fr Chapple.
Year 6 showing off their collage of Morecambe using pictures of our class and school. Keep your eyes peeled for this magnificent work of art popping up in town soon!
Last week, Year 6 spent lots of time exploring how boys and girls develop differently to each other as they grow - especially useful when we start to look at going to high school!
Year 6 have completely enjoyed their Well-being Day experiences! From Sleep and Food to Games and First Aid; it's been a fantastic day!
Year 6 have been programming this week - using their individual microbit computers to create a range of cool signs and messages.
But this is only the beginning!
They will all have the opportunity to take the microbit at home and experiment over the holidays!
Year 6 are delighted to announce that their end of term production will be Beauty and the Beast!
Rehearsals are already underway - keep a look out for tickets and a date to be confirmed soon!
This week, Year 6 have been really getting under the skin of the 11 disciples and how they felt during Eastertide. We talked about the mixed emotions of joy and disbelief at the resurrection of Jesus and then we discussed how they would have felt when Jesus told them their mission to spread the…
Year 6 have started their final term by looking at 'The Undefeated' by Alexander and Nelson. A very different book from our previous choices; this will support our creative topic curriculum of looking at The Lancaster Slave Trade.
Year 6 have taken advantage of the new planters to sow some super seeds! The class selected cauliflower and carrots to plant - yummy! Watch this space for a gardening update!
Y6 have been looking at lots of styles of graffiti art, from ancient hieroglyphics to modern 'tags. Everyone designed their own 'tag' and painted it onto our 'wall'. It certainly brightens up the corridor!
Year 6 had a fantastic time on Friday afternoon in the spectacular Bolton Museum - we enjoyed seeing lots of historic artefacts and getting up-close and personal with the Ancient Egyptians! A huge thank you to Bolton Museum and our wonderful children for their enthusiasm and…