Teachers understand the capabilities of their pupils well. They prepare activities that help pupils enjoy and succeed in their learning.
Pupils know how to stay safe in different situations. They feel very safe and secure in school because they know that members of staff care for them and their families.
Teachers and other adults enjoy good working relationships with pupils. Pupils respond accordingly by following instructions, working hard and trying their best.
This week Year 6 have done an experiment to see what would happen if a piece of dry bread and a piece of wet bread were left for three weeks. The dry bread went hard and stale with a little bit of blue mould whereas the wet bread decomposed, had black mould and, quite frankly, stunk.READ MORE
We have been reading The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe by C S Lewis. In our Reading sessions we have been exploring the amazing vocabulary, learning to read around the word so we can understand the meaning of words. We have also learned skills to summarise chapters we have read independently. “There are lots […]READ MORE
We have been extremely busy in year 5 – getting used to a new teacher, starting our new topic (crime and punishment) and going on a trip! Our main focus in maths has been converting different units of measure. We used our skills in multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000 to allow us […]READ MORE