This week is ‘Anti bullying Week’. In year 6, we were lucky to have a visit from the police, who discussed what bullying is and what we need to do if we ever experience being bullied. We has a very informative afternoon and we re-visited lots of things relating to bullying.
On Monday, we also had ‘Odd Socks Day’ We have also been doing various activities relating to anti-bullying.
In Year 1, we have been learning about the part whole model. We separated our starting number into two parts and could say “___ and ____ makes 5”.
We have been learning this week about Remembrance day and the significance of poppies. We have also learnt that this year is 100 years since the end of WW1. We have done lots of art work based on poppies and it looks lovely around our class. Take a look!
Class 3/4 enjoyed World War 1 week. We made poppies, drew pictures using shading pencils and wrote poems about the war.
Year 5 visited Liverpool. We went on a ferry ride on the Mersey, sat on the top deck and looked at the views across the city. It was a fantastic day out!
‘Do what’s easy and your life will be hard’
This week’s mission involved children deciding on a clear route.
Children have now successfully moved from northern to southern France and they need to cross the Pyrenees Mountains into Spain, a neutral country. Nancy Wake attempted this and was successful on her 6th attempt.
Children had three routes and they had to make a decision on the safest and quickest route. However, during the mission night fall was upon them and they had to navigate through the route in darkness.
Wr successfully completed the mission, deciding on the most effective route.
Field Lane won 6-1 in a recent football match against The Mount. A hat-trick was scored and a superb goal in the top right-hand corner was scored.
The girls were amazing and they look forward to playing their next match.