This week year 6 have had lots of interaction with the laptops! On Monday, we used Excel to create bar graphs which represented the data we collected from the previous week. We were able to see the most and least popular continents for the best holiday destination. On Wednesday, year 6 worked hard to formulate questions to ask about the recent earthquake in Morocco. We were blown away by the ICT skills shown by all.
On Wednesday we had a visit from PC Hulley, helping the school recognise the importance of celebrating and accepting our differences. On Thursday, we had another wonderful visit from Canon Pam who continued her interesting session about Eucharist.
Friday afternoon was very exciting for year 6. During their PE session, they were surprised by a guest helping them to improve their dance skills.
To end the week, year 6 held a House of Commons debate, deciding if homework should be banned.
Reminder for next week: please come in suitable footwear on Tuesday for our Year 6 community project.
Thursday: Homework and Reading books are due every Thursday. Anyone is welcome to bring their homework in sooner; either to hand in, or to ask for help.
It has been a busy week for you all! Fingers crossed the sunshine comes as planned. Looking forward to seeing you all and hearing about your weekend.
Mrs Keddie and Mr Kennard.