On Monday Year 6, took part in a survival day. They completed a number of different workshops such as; shelter building, bread making, cooking, archery and axe throwing. They all had a great day and learnt essential survival techniques.
Year 6 had their Maths Family Cafe on Thursday. They had to budget for the giant from the book ‘ Jim and the beanstalk’. They then challenged their adults to a SAT’s question. Thank you to all of the adults for coming, the children had a great time.
To launch our new topic Hola Mexico, we were visited by Lorraine who taught us aspects of the Mayan’s lives. We looked at the instruments they used; learned about the Gods they worshiped; their beliefs; the way in which buy xanax on internet they danced; etc. We tried on various feathered masks and some of us had our faces painted. After that, we made up our own dances!
Year 6 would like to say a big thank you to parents and carers who came to our first cafe yesterday to hear the story ‘ The Huge Bag of Worries’. We hope you all enjoyed making your own worry-dolls.