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  • 15
    Oct

    Harvest Rainbow - Think Twice

    Posted by Mrs M Vizard
    Year 6 have been identifying children's wants, needs and rights. This followed on from our Harvest themed assembly, when a rainbow was made out of different coloured fruits. I suggested to the children that every time they see a rainbow, they should think twice about people in our global community. We discussed being thankful for our blessings whilst remembering those less fortunate than us.Year 6 have begun to make booklets describing their needs and wants. These were taken from the Unicef Children's Rights. The children joined in with some healthy discussions and were able to articulate the differences between things we need and things we might want. For more details on Children's rights please visit unicef.org.uk/crc
  • 12
    Oct

    Only One You

    Posted by Mrs M Vizard
    The children have been using their creative skills to create their own individual fish for a whole school display. For our Big Write we shared the book Only One You. This book describes the words of wisdom, given to a young fish by his parents, before he sets out on his life adventure. Every child and teacher are creating a unique fish to celebrate our diversity. Year 6 used water colour paint and wax crayons to make some colourful designs. Watch this space for photos. Have a great weekend. Best wishes, Mrs. Vizard.
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    04
    Oct

    Evacuee Dress Up Day

    Posted by Mr C Clarke
    On Monday 29th October 2018, we will be having an Evacuee Dress Up Day, whilst experiencing what it would have been like to have been evacuated during WW2. If the children wish to they may come to school dressed up as an evacuee child. Please remember that they should also bring in their packed suitcases, plus any homework. Many thanks, Mrs. Vizard
  • Letters to Our Future Selves
    24
    Sep

    Letters to Our Future Selves

    Posted by Mr C Clarke
    Year 6 have been writing letters to their future selves. They have written about their aspirations and hopes for the year and thought about challenges that they wish to overcome. The children will open their letters on the last day of term. Here's hoping they fulfill their dreams. Good luck Year 6. I hope you meet your targets, Mrs. Vizard
  • 24
    Sep

    Time Lines and Buddy Posters

    Posted by Mr C Clarke
    Year 6 have been so resourceful in making their W.W.2 time lines. They really have the wow factor! It was great to see so many children deciding to work with a learning buddy. Two brains are certainly better than one! Collaboration was also the the name of the game when designing their 'Be A Buddy Not A Bully ' posters. Keep a look out for the posters around school. Brilliant team work Year 6 , Mrs. Vizard
  • 24
    Sep

    Be A Buddy

    Posted by Mr C Clarke
    Year 6 know how to show respect to others.
  • 21
    Sep

    Hot off the Press!

    Posted by Mr C Clarke
    We are delighted to announce our Prefects and House Captains: Norah (House Captain), Isaac (House Captain), Summer, Olly, Jasmine, Alice, Ruby (House Captain), Daniel (House Captain), Annya and Erin. Congratulations to you all. Unfortunately, when the badges arrived we were one short. The Prefects decided to wait for their badges until they all could receive them. These are the values and dispositions that make our school such a special place to be. Have a wonderful weekend Year 6. I look forward to seeing you on Monday. Mrs. Vizard.
  • 17
    Sep

    Year 6 Homework

    Posted by Mr C Clarke
    As we are learning about World War Two, I thought it would be interesting for the children to research their own family's war story. I have sent home details on this project today with the children. There are also details of a suitcase activity which I would love the children to participate in. The deadline for both activities is Monday 29th October. Please contact me if you need any more information on either of these tasks. Many thanks, Mrs. Vizard
  • 14
    Sep

    Berkeley Buddies

    Posted by Mr C Clarke
    I am extremely proud of all of the children in Year 6; they have demonstrated kindness and patience when spending time with their EYFS 'buddies'. Many adults have commented on how gentle and responsible they have been. The buddies have spent time sharing books with each other, eating lunch together and playing in the EYFS classroom. They have also shared a Circle Time session together discussing what they have enjoyed doing together. Year 6 are becoming outstanding role models to all members of the community. Great effort! Keep it up! Mrs. Vizard
  • 12
    Sep

    Welcome Letter and Topic Web

    Posted by Mr C Clarke
    Topic Webs and Welcome Letters have been sent home today. Have a look in your child's bag. If you have any questions then please email me or the office.