Year 6 Term 4 Blood Heart
Years 6 have been learning about the Victorians this term and they took part in baking some Victorian Milk Bread. They had great fun making their dough and producing their individual small bread rolls. When they were finished, they smelled and tasted delicious!
On Tuesday 11th September, Year 6 were visited by the Homefront Bus as part of our WW2 topic 'A Child's War'. All of the children were able to experience what life was like for families during WW2, went inside a typical front room of a 1940's house and shop, and even got to spend time in a bomb shelter during an air raid! During the day, children also made their own models of Anderson shelters, and taste-tested malt loaf, corned beef and Spam. Some weren't fans to say the least!
What an interesting fun-filled day for Year 6!
From September 17th to the 21st, 40 Year 6 children went on a residential to Belchamps Activity Camp in Essex. We had 5 fun-filled busy days of activities, including rifle shooting, archery, slingshots, pedal carts, gladiator challenge, and plenty of climbing activities, where we challenged ourselves and conquered our fears. It was a fantastic week!
The children who didn't attend Belchamps had their own fun back at school with a 'Stranded' challenge, involving team games, art and DT activities, and even cooking!