Renovating our bus

We were delighted to welcome Alex Sturge, the Internal communications Manager for UK Power Networks, into Wroxham today.

He was here to announce that his company have agreed to make a donation towards renovating our bus, following a very persuasive letter from one of the children in year 6.

‘Drawing makes you look at the world more closely.’

In the story ‘Skellig’ Mina says to Michael, ‘Drawing makes you look at the world more closely, it helps you to see what you’re looing at more clearly.’ So we went outside to draw the world around us:

In the story ‘Skellig’ Mina says to Michael, ‘Drawing makes you look at the world more closely, it helps you to see what you’re looing at more clearly.’ So we went outside to draw the world around us:

 

 

Shared Reading for Pleasure

What a lovely way to start the day!

Year 6 have selected books that they would like to read in groups. The choices have included: Private Peaceful, Northern Lights, Carrie’s War, Hitler’s Canary, Boy in the Stripped Pyjamas, Kasper Prince of Cats, Born to Run,  Tins, When Hitler Stole the Pink Rabbit, The Sleeping Sword and Boy. In addition, Mr Watson’s group are studying poetry and their choice today is ‘If’ by Rudyard Kipling.

There are reading groups dotted all around the school, plus some have completed their book and are creating reviews to display in the library:

Mad Science Assembly

We kick-started our final half term with an exciting assembly run by Mad Science. They had been asked by Affinity Water to promote water conservation in our area. Following a very amusing assembly, I’m sure that everyone now knows how they can save litres of water every day: