Year 6

Class 6 were given a creative home learning task in relation to their topic ‘Darwin’s Delights’ they had to create either a replica of Darwin’s ship ‘HMS Beagle’ or create map showing the journey of his expedition across the Galápagos Islands. We have had some fabulous finished learning outcomes- well done Class 6! Here are [...]
Wow, what an exciting start to the new academic year! The children are all fully immersed in our current ‘WW2’ topic. We’ve covered lots already- from diary writing to art work inspired by the war- you name it, we’ve done it! A particular highlight has been our visit to ‘Eden Camp’ war museum, not only [...]

Class 6 have produced some wonderful home learning over the summer holidays in preparation for our new topic – World War 2.

Brilliant start to the residential- everyone had a superb time at Bempton Cliffs!

Class 6 have just set off on their residential to Scarborough, to say they’re all very excited is an understatement!

Our latest newsletter is now available to download it contains important information about upcoming topics, diary dates and PE days. You can now download the latest Eagles Newsletter from here or our letters and newsletters page.

Last week the Eagles class were investigating how the diameter of blood vessels affects the rate of blood flow, but we used straws instead of blood vessels!

Our eagle’s newsletter is now available to download, it contains important information regarding SATS Boosters, homework and punctuality. 

In the Eagles Class our topic this term is Blood Heart, to begin our investigations we made skeletons using dog biscuits so that we were able to think about the structure of the body.

This week the kestrels and eagles had a visit from the NSPCC. In their assemblies they explained how children have the right to stay safe and happy. Afterwards, Kestrels and Eagles took part in a workshop to discuss different issues and how they make sure that they will stay happy and safe.