Class 6 Blog

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  • 18
    Jul

    Important Diary Date

    Posted by Mr C Clarke
    *Just a gentle reminder for all parents The Year 5/6 production of Snow White and the Seven Jockeys is taking place this Friday 20th July 2018 at 18:00.
  • 17
    Jul

    The Great Pottery Throw Down in Berkeley

    Posted by Mr C Clarke
    The Great Pottery Throw Down made it's way to Berkeley! Today, the children have discovered four different era's of Greek pottery. Choosing their favorite era for inspiration, they have tried to replicate an ancient Greek piece focusing on the very unique designs.
  • 16
    Jul

    The results are in...

    Posted by Mr C Clarke
    Reports and SATS results have gone home with the children this evening.
  • 16
    Jul

    Swimming Rota Changes

    Posted by Mr C Clarke
    Year 6 will be swimming on Tuesday this week. Apologies for the short notice change. Thank you
  • 13
    Jul

    Kayaking with a kick...

    Posted by Mr C Clarke
    Today the Y6 children have enjoyed a fantastic kayaking session. We laughed, we cried we also capsized. A special thank you to everyone that helped- you were awesome!
  • 02
    Jul

    Swimming Rota Changes

    Posted by Mr C Clarke
    Dear Parents/Carers, Due to the Swimming Gala we have made some changes to the usual rota: Tuesday- Year 3 and Reception Wednesday- Year 4 Thursday- Year 1 and Year 2 (Gala) Friday- Year 6
  • 02
    Jul

    Swimming w/c 9th July

    Posted by Miss A Robbins
    Children will need their swim kit for the following days next week. Please note slight change to the timetable on the sponsor forms for BSQ2BSQ Monday 09th July: YR4 Tuesday 10th July: REC (Plus, KS2 gala) Wednesday 11th July: YR1 & YR2 Thursday 12th July: YR5 Friday 13th July: YR6 & Y3
  • 25
    Jun

    D I S C O!

    Posted by Mrs L Trotman
    The walk to dinner was tense this evening. While the girls were trying to decide how to wear their hair and whether to apply lip gloss before tea or after, the boys had one thing on their minds: what flavour will the doughnuts be for dessert? Thankfully they were jam! An awesome disco that involved a lot of dancing and shouting! The boys challenged the girls to a dance off, but with only 2 judges, a winner could not be decided! Unsuprisingly, Mr Chaffey voted for the boys and Mrs Trotman voted for the girls! Everyone has enjoyed their last evening and are eagerly anticipating tomorrows archery and fencing before the journey home.
  • 24
    Jun

    Super Sunday!

    Posted by Mrs L Trotman
    What a day! The usual wake up at 7 followed by a swift breakfast before heading out kayaking! The kids absolutely loved this and lots came out saying it was the best activity yet! After lunch, group one went onto the zip wire while group 2 completed the sensory trail. While the zip wire was a fast paced adrenaline rush, the sensory trail tested the children's trust in each other and their communication skills. The evening activity was capture the flag. A fast paced tactical invasion game that everyone got stuck in to. Lots more on site to follow tomorrow including the much talked about disco.Watch this space ...
  • 23
    Jun

    Bear Grylls Survival

    Posted by Mrs L Trotman
    We started the day with raft building and group 2 definitely displayed the key collaborative skills required to survive the island!