This morning, Year 5 went down to Boarshaw Clough for a Forest Schools session. The children explored the clough and played different games to help us with our topic, space. We talked about the sun and how it affects the soil and the foods we eat. The children also had to work in teams to collect and identify different...
Amazing day with the NSPCC who came into school today and taught the children how to keep safe both online and in real life. Workshops, assemblies, class discussions and even an invaluable parent workshop. Please visit their website. Thank you.
Excited that all St John Fisher children are taking part in The World's Largest Lesson this week. Working together to educate young people about how they can learn about the U.N. sustainable development goals. The children will be learning about Goal Number 12 – Responsible Consumption and Production and Goal Number 13 – Climate Action.
In English we have been looking at the poem, The River's Tale, by Rudyard Kipling. To enhance our understanding and ability to recite the poem, we have drawn our own pictures for each line. In groups we performed the poem to the rest of the class, using the pictures to help.
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The children enjoyed a lovely morning making things to celebrate the Royal Wedding. At lunchtime there was a delicious party lunch and this afternoon the children talked about British Values. Reception class concentrated on 'Respect' they made a poster that we have displayed in our outside classroom.
Here is Year 5 pictured outside planning their Childnet video. On their planning sheets they have to decide their story, cast, director and parts. All this has been achieved this morning so onto their videos next week. The very best of luck Year 5?