Year 6 went foraging for wild food to eat as part of their 50 things to do at Southwold.
Blackberry picking resulted in delicious smoothie making!
Year 6 got off to a great start to the new term by making Potato Jane and Honey Cakes as part of the hook session into their WW2 project.
Year 6 children spent a busy afternoon car washing to raise money for their Enterprise Project. Great fun was had making their money grow and getting wet!
Year 6 had an informative morning at the QMC at their Injury Minimization Programme.
We learnt CPR, how to use a defibrillator and first aid techniques.
We enjoyed having a plaster cast on our finger!
Southwold’s musical performance assembly was amazing!
Mr Hull teaches our guitarists and Miss Booth teaches flautists.
Year 6 played ‘Serenade’
Year 5 played ‘The Lion Sleeps Tonight’
Year 4 played ‘G Jam Blues’ and ‘Pretty Minka’. They also improvising playing their instruments.
Our children are so talented!
Year 6 have had three wonderful days in Scarborough for our year 6 residential. We started off by dipping our toes in the North sea and playing on the beach.
On Tuesday we walked to Peasholm Park to catch the North Bay railway to the Sealife Centre.
We took a rainy walk back to the arcade in the afternoon. Wednesday broke dry and sunny as we made our way to Scarborough castle.
The trip ended with lunch at the harbour followed by an ice-cream or Slushie.
This has been such a memorable trip enjoyed by children and staff alike! The children have been so well behaved and a real credit to the school!
Our Year 6 children continue to amaze us with their attitudes and efforts in the classroom and they are impressing us every day with the quality of their work.
Their latest Big Writes have blown us away: they are immaculately presented and the content of their writing is so good it is better than most of the books in Waterstones’!
We could have put all of their Big Writes on the website, but here are just a few to give you an idea of their quality: