We've had a brilliant first week back to school in Year 6. It has been excellent getting to know the children and doing lots of different activities to ease us into our first week together. Things have been very different in school but we have lots of routines in place that we are getting used to now. The children have tackled everything with enthusiasm this week and I'm very much looking forward to more of the same.
Democracy Day- Head Boy/Girl
As part of British Values we have all taken part in democracy day here at St. Oswald's. We all voted for a new Head Boy/Girl and other important roles throughout the school. The candidates presented their speeches to the whole school, explaining the qualities they had to offer.
Well done to Laylah and Joseph!
In English this term we have been reading Stormbreaker by Anthony Horowitz. We have done lots of writing linked to the book such as a spy application letter, an adventure story and we have even designed our own spy gadgets.
Geography - Biomes
This term we have enjoyed exploring our first geography unit, Biomes. It has been interesting to find out about different biomes and locate them. We have spent a lot of time comparing tropical rainforests and temperate deciduous forests.
We have done lots of art this term including RE art linked to the story of the Prodigal Son.
“We walk in the footsteps of Jesus so that we may have life in all its fullness”