Look what our year group have been up to! 2022-23
Making Stew in DT
The children designed, planned and prepared a healthy and nutritious vegetable stew. The children prepared, chopped, sliced, cut, measured, mixed and peeled the ingredients.
During the cookery sessions the children were able to plan and prepare a nutritious, heathy balanced pasta dish. The children prepared, chopped, seasoned and cooked the sauce. It looked and smelted delicious!
Sublime Science from Dragon's Den came into school to celebrate science and allow the children to participate in some great science experiments.
World Book Day
The children had a wonderful time for World Book Day. Throughout the day, the children had the opportunity to complete in workshops with a variety of authors, research and celebrate different authors. The children also came in dressed as a character from a book, and I am sure you will agree that looked fantastic.
Computing lessons - Coding
The children programmed the Sphero Ball using computing coding to control how and where the ball moved. The children thoroughly enjoyed using them especially when weaving them in between the cones. Great computing knowledge and skills were demonstrated through this lesson.
Christmas Carol Concert
During their music lessons children practised and performed a range of Christmas Carols. The children had the opportunity to perform the carols for the whole school. They had voices of angels.
Fire Safety Talk
The local fire department came into school to teach the children about fire safety in their homes and the dangers of fireworks.
Year 6 have been using their drawing skills to create war soldier portraits (young and old). Aren't they brilliant?
Times Table Rock Star Day
Year 6 enjoyed dressing up as Rock Stars for the day to celebrate Times Table Rock Star Day. Throughout the day, the children complete a number of timetable games and competed in Times Table battles between classes.
Year 6 had a fantastic day at Western Approaches war museum. We had the opportunity to walk through hidden rooms and discover the stories locked in the WW2 bunker. Children had the chance to study original WWII artefacts and discover the impact the war had on the people of Liverpool. It was a brilliant day!
Science -Making Blood
We used Cheerios to represent the red blood cells 🔴, marshmallows to represent the white blood cells ⚪️and pom-poms to represent the platelets. This was a little bit messy but so much fun!
We take part in our daily mile challenge.
Year 5/6 World Cup Football
Children represented our school in the LSSP World Cup Football Tournament. They had lots of fun and developed their skills and confidence, working as a great team!