Ever wondered why people dress up in costumes for Halloween? Do you buy a Halloween pumpkin to decorate every year but aren’t really sure why?
Use the link below to discover the origins of Halloween and find out about some of the fascinating traditions that are followed in this Autumn festival.
October marks the celebration of Black History Month. Use the link above to find out more. What do you know about your own family history? Share in comments below.
This week in our maths set we have been learning to convert between units of measurement. Use the link above to test your skills and revise what you’ve learned.
Catch up on last week’s Blog Buddies – sorry for the delay in uploading this. Here’s 6LU activities come to life by Hannah and Megan! Enjoy…
Due to technical difficulties we were unable to upload last week’s Blog Buddies video until now.
So here you go from Ria and Cassius
Here’s our Blog Buddies post from last week. We have showcased fun things we did at school in the week beginning 29th September 2014.
In P.E we have been sequencing movements to a well known wartime song – “Run Rabbit, Run” by Flannagan and Allan.
We created playground games that would have been played by children during WW2. We used slow motion hopscotch, aeroplane and soldier movements.
We then had to act out hiding in our Anderson shelter when the air raid siren played.
Can you comment on anything we did really well or anything we can improve on?
In the Year 5 and 6 corridor we have a new display.
When you are out and about, take photos of incorrect spellings and use of grammar.
You may spot misused apostrophes or silly spellings. Take a photo and stick it on our board.