Monthly Archives: October 2015
If you have any spare time over half term, we have the last term of maths filled out on a revision guide (made by Mrs Chisholm) which you could browse through to reinforce your understanding. This will also help with your key skills! Here is the link Hope you’re having a good week so far! … Continue reading
This morning we had a visit from Danny, the local PCSO. He spoke to the children about his role within the community and what his job entails. On a daily basis, Danny is faced with low level conflicts which is his job to resolve. He explained that the most important thing to remember was to keep … Continue reading
Over the past week the children of Year 6 have been reading, unpicking and writing examples of biographies. Here, they are interviewing Mr Rees on his life so far. Look how focused the children are on making notes! You can read Churchill’s version below which was written using Office 365 and OneNote as a collaborative piece. … Continue reading
Watch this space….
Last week, as part of our immersion on ‘conflict’ we were introduced to the term Restorative Justice and how we could use some of the techniques within school. ‘Restorative processes bring those harmed by crime or conflict and those responsible for the harm, into communication, enabling everyone affected by a particular incident to play a … Continue reading
Our new topic is Conflict. This links perfectly to World War 1 but also opens up learning from different areas of history and current affairs. In class we discussed whether conflict can be good. – Does the world need any conflict? – Can conflict be good? Why? – How would the world be without any … Continue reading