Year Six and a selection of Year Fives today are taking part in 'Project X'. They have to design an aircraft to drop two packages into enemy territory. The pictures show just the beginning. What will be created from this 'madness' ?
The children were tasked with dropping an egg from height; using the skills learned in the session to keep it safe.
Another activity in out STEM week was to produce artwork based around RAF 100. These are the start of the backgrounds; silhouettes to be added later.
As part of our STEM week we had a workshop with Science in Action. The children had to rivet two pieces of metal together Nd the have them tested to destruction. It wasn't noisy at all!!!
The children were given the picture of the night sky view from a window and asked to write what came to mind. Katelyn wrote the following piece of very powerful writing. What do you think?
This afternoon Year Six enjoyed an art session with a visitor. They looked at some abstract art, then working as a team, tried to recreate from memory.
As transition to secondary school looms over the year six children we are doing all that we can to make the transition as smooth as possible. Today, Delphine Norton, came in to talk to the children about travel to and from secondary school: what it's like; who to talk to and what is expected from … Continue reading Max Respect