A special blog post for the girls that put all of the work behind the scenes to organise high jump this afternoon; everyone had a really good time and it all started with you!
Thanks to all the teachers too, it was a great afternoon!
Next week, we have afternoon tea for parents, our class assembly and more production practice to look forward to!
Building Bird Boxes
J’Maarni helped build a bird box on Thursday with Mr Walker. J’Maarni described the experience as good but hard and challenging!
Starting out. Hard at work. Getting there…The finished products!
This week, Mrs Walker kindly helped our class cook vegetable stir fry. This was perfect, as it linked closely to our class novel – Skellig. In the book, the character – Skellig – urges Michael to bring him Chinese food!
Here are the ingredients and instructions. Please read these again, it will help you after half term…
And the pictures…
Shaza & Tia enjoying their food! Amber has sussed out using chop sticks! Oscar, Malak, Alexia & Nannette Amber & Kristina tucking in! Archie mastering the art of using chopsticks Khyra Dalia & Sehansa
J’Maarni, Hugh & Yesh tucking in!
Did you enjoy the cooking? Can you see why Skellig likes his Chinese food?
Have a fantastic half term,
Skellig’s Garage Introduction Task
Please have a go at writing your own introduction… These need to be your best work. Again, on the blog is fine!
- What do you think of the story so far?
- Who are the main characters?
- Tell me something about one of the characters…
- Who/what do you think Skellig is and why?
- Make a prediction about the story…
Have a go at some Year 6 to Year 7 My Mini Maths:
Year 6 to 7 Transition
Choose one day to complete
Best behaviour please,