Year 6 have had a wonderful day today. We have been to see ‘The White Feather’ produced by the outstanding Theatre Na’Nog, which was fantastic, retelling the horrific events of WW1 (in memory of 100 years next year).
In the afternoon, pupils developed their knowledge of the World Wars, taking part in activities in the old and new Swansea museums. Continue reading →
Because the Year 6 pupils were looking a little too relaxed after their Summer holidays, pupils decided to assess their fitness levels; they took part in a variety of 10 activities over a minute, repeating 3 times. Pupils then calculated the total and worked out the mean.
During the afternoon, pupils will coll ct data from their peers and analyse their findings, creating a graph and writing conclusions. We will re-assess in 6 months after taking part in the daily mile once again this year Continue reading →
Year 6 are developing their competitive streak and trying to beat the countdown clock whilst improving their numeracy calculations. Each pupils choose a series of 6 numbers, combined with 4 operations to produce a final number. Their peers then had to work out how to calculate the total number. The children love this game…maybe they can practice their skills at home with you guys? Can you beat the clock? Continue reading →
The children were enthusiastic to start their morning with the help of The Body Coach. They were also thrilled to discover that the man himself, Joe Wicks, had retweeted our tweet yesterday, mentioning our participation in making UK a fitter and healthier planet!
Today Year 6 created their chatter boxes for our Welsh drilling sessions. Throughout the term pupils will learn to talk about themselves in Welsh, likes and dislikes, ensuring that they extend their sentences. Continue reading →
Year 6 settled in to school like a flash and have worked hard all day…long may it continue. This year is an extremely busy and important year for year 6; it is going to fly. I have every faith in them to raise the roof – let’s do it; we’ve got this!
After an emotional leavers assembly, Year 6 celebrated their efforts with a trip to the local shop to buy treats and quality time spent with friends at the park. It’s been quite a phenomenal year! We are going to miss your children so much. Continue reading →