Year 6 had a fantastic time at Kingswood and here are the pictures to prove it!
Victorian Children Projects
Mr Rich and Mrs Comins have been blown away by the quality of the Year 5s Victorian Children Projects. The quality of them, the amazing presentations and the range of layouts has surpassed Mr Rich’s and Mrs Comins’s expectations. The children really enjoyed sharing facts they...
Teddy Bear Picnic
To celebrate the end of our memory box topic, we invited our teddy bears to an extra special picnic. We designed, made and evaluated a range of sandwiches and played circle games. We had a fabulous day.... we think our teddy bears did too!
This afternoon, Year 5 undertook various investigations into magnets. Frist of all, they identified magnets in everyday life and how they move. Then the class played around with the magnets to see what happens when different magnetic poles are put together, learning the language of attract and repel, and feeling the...
Storms and Ship Wrecks
A great start to our residential! Before leaving for Kingswood, year six tested out their boat designs to see if they would float and if they could move.
Who helped to improve the life of Victorian children?
http://www.barnardos.org.uk/what_we_do/our_history/thomas_barnardo.htm https://sites.google.com/site/mybarnardoswebsite/top-10-facts-on-dr-barnardo http://primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/victorians/famous.htm Lord Shaftesbury http://primaryfacts.com/1745/lord-shaftesbury-facts/
Tour of Modern Pompeii http://tinyurl.com/yl7jkwu
Trip to the National Mining Museum
As part of our topic of ‘Life is the Pits’, Year 5 went to the National Mining Museum in Wakefield. The children met Sally a 6 year old girl, who was a trapper down the mines, they also explored the Museum and its grounds and of course the children went...
What types of jobs did Victorian children do?
Victorian School Day!
Year 5 had a shock this morning, when they were transported back to 1887 and Victorian Schooling! The day started with a hand and hygiene inspection, closely followed by arithmetic and learning our times tables by rote. Then we went outside for some drill practice. After play, the children practised their Victorian...