An inspirational Drama Workshop with Joe England from the Lowry Theatre! Addressing Articles 12 and 29 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
A visit from Parker the Pug to help us write our non-chronological reports.
Outdoor Learning- As part of our TASC approach to learning, the children in Year 6 thoroughly enjoyed designing and building their own dens. The key skills they utilised during this project were:
World War 2 Day
As a celebration of all that we learned as part of our World War 2 topic, Seymour Park returned to the 1940s for a day of rationed cooking, Drama and imagining life as an evacuee. The children's costumes were amazing and we thank you for all your support in making this possible!
We used WW2 as a stimulus to explore the use of texture in colour and to sketch images of people with greater accuracy.
Collaborative and practical learning is at the centre of our Science activities. The children have thoroughly enjoyed creating a model of the heart and 'tinkering' as part of our Electricity unit of learning.
Following a Footlights performance in school, Year 6 took part in a discussion about cyber bullying. This inspired the children to create their own anti-bullying posters.
Language for Learning
Having a growth mindset underpins the Year 6 learning experience and the children are amazing at identifying their next steps and addressing any wobbles they may have encountered. Some of the words that you will hear the children using everyday are: