This was Years 5 and 6 yesterday during science – finding out about air resistance. This is year 5 and 6 this morning, making palm crosses as part of their RE lesson.
Our Year 6 pupils attended this event in Oxford on March 10th. We can’t say too much as it will spoil it for future year groups, but they were immersed in scenarios that taught them all about keeping safe. They were very engaged and contributed lots – gaining praise from the instructors.
Class 3 read the picture book ‘The Tear Thief’. They enjoyed the story and the use of powerful words to conjure up vivid images. The writing they did as a follow up was wonderful.
Class 3 are currently listening to The boy at the back of the class. It is a story about a refugee from Syria. Some of the children find out that his favourite fruit is a pomegranate. Many of our children didn’t know what they looked or tasted like – so we tried one!
The Year 5/6 Boys’ football team played in the Oxfordshire F.A. Small School’s Final on Thursday 6th February. They beat Sutton Courtenay 3-1 with goals from Teddy and Alisdair. This mean they qualify to represent Oxfordshire at the South-West of England Regional Finals in Bristol on Saturday 21st March. Well done boys!
On the Wednesday 29th January the Year 5/6 girls’ football team played in the Thame School’s Sports Partnership football tournament and won it! They didn’t concede a goal in the whole tournament and scored sixteen with goals from Lolah and Rebecca. The final went to penalties and the girls beat Barley Hill 1-0 in the