We had a great morning in the local woods making natural art sculptures, learning about the local history of Alwoodley and just enjoying being outside!
We are so proud of our amazing Year 6 all the time but particularly during SATs week . On Thursday we had a party to celebrate their hard work, effort and wonderful attitude. Thank you parents for the superb party food you contributed!
Year 6 really enjoyed the yoga sessions we had prior to SATs. We learnt the importance of positive thinking, how to relax and we even attempted some tricky partner poses.
Wow - look how creative Year 6 are. Here are our brilliantly decorated Easter eggs!
Year 6 wrote some amazing instructions on 'how to eat a Cadbury's creme egg.' After that we followed our instructions and ate them!
As part of the 'Great Pottery Throw-down' Year 6 designed and made their own house from clay. It was then fired in a kiln.
Year 6 dressed up as their favourite book character for World Book Day and went visited our local library to promote reading for pleasure.
Thanks Warburton's for a great morning making bread!
What a great end to a brilliant first term in Year 6. The Christmas party was so much fun. Thank you to all parents who provided such delicious food for the party!
Look at our wonderful snowflakes- all made by folding and cutting paper!
Science at Allerton High School - we love using the Bunsen burners and making rockets!
We really enjoyed our science topic learning about the Heart and circulatory system.
Year 6 thoroughly enjoyed our Google Expedition experience where we travelled to the Great Barrier Reef, the moon, Egypt and even swam with sharks!
Abbey House: We solved a tricky Murder Mystery and explored various artefacts from different historical periods - some were pretty gruesome!
We had an excellent time experiencing what school was like for Victorian children.
What do you predict will happen in this experiment? We made some excellent prediction but were shocked by some of the results too.
Working as a scientific team! Just using 4 pieces of string and an elastic band which team could work out how to stack the 6 cups without touching them with their hands?
Year 6 have been getting to know the local woods with the help of the 'Rangers' They have identified trees and plants using a key, investigated habitats and found a huge variety of mini beasts.
Year 6 have had a really good first couple of days. Take a look at what we've been getting up to!