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We are delighted to be able to show a virtual exhibition of the school’s work, as part of the National Gallery’s Take One Picture project.
Please have a watch of the video and see what each year group did with the painting. Sadly, due to the closure of the Year 6 bubble, their work is not represented here.
Today is the last day that we will have our lovely Year 6 children at school. We cannot believe that they are already heading off to secondary school.
We have just had a leavers’ assembly in the playground and the children were presented with their excellent leavers t-shirts, which the children themselves raised funds for.
They are now in the age old tradition of getting their t-shirts signed in the playground.
We would like to wish all of our Year 6s the very best for Y7 and beyond…
This is fast becoming a Waller custom – the online Summer concert!
It’s fantastic – have a watch and, please, leave a comment in the box below to share the love.
Have a great summer!
We had two lovely end of term parties, lots of food, drink and party games. The children said it was lots of fun and we throught it was the perfect way to end the term. Thank you to all the parents for sending in lots of delicious treats.
We can’t believe the size of the sunflowers that we have grown in the nursery vegetable bed. Yesterday we noticed that one of the sunflowers was starting to wither and the petals were coming off.
We watched a time lapse film of sunflowers and found that it takes about 80 days to grow and then decay.
Today we are disecting sunflowers to find out more about them. We cut up the stem and looked inside it and then we removed the petals and had a go at cutting up the receptacle. we have been able to examine the stamen and see the different parts of it.
In Friday’s newsletter, Mr Absolom wrote about the work the school has been doing in reevaluating its values and identity. As part of this, we shared the gorgeous response from one of our younger learners, when asked waht we should try to be like when we are at school.
beNisto eVereoNe (sic) which is an admirable principle for these troubled times.
Thanks then to the parent who went one step further and translated this into Latin, suggesting that this might make a very good school motto:
“bellum ut sit omnibus“
Today we are making pinwheels just like stitch had in the story. There’s plenty of opportunities to follow instructions and to understand positional language, plus using scissors and folding. We think they look rather lovely too.
Check out this amazing video made by a Year 5 child after they had seen the knowledge organiser for their current topic!
A really good example of how we hope the children across the school will use the information within the knowledge organisers to extend their topic learning.
Have a look at the Y5 Knowledge Organiser and then watch the amazing video to see how they are related.
The children are bringing all their experiences to our role play doctors surgery this morning. lots of talk about medicine and bandages as we slowly nurse the dolls and each other back to good health.