Monthly Archives: September 2014

What a fabulous Friday!

Well done once more Year Six. We have had a really positive week. Almost everyone has handed in their PGL diaries which are looking very impressive – those who haven’t, were the students who were in classic literature, but they are almost there! I am certain that Mrs Barker will be very happy to read them when she returns.

We have worked diligently upon sequencing and personification in maths and English. It has been challenging, but that is a good thing, as everyone appeared to really move forwards in their understanding.

Well done Ezra, for receiving a special mention for your cover design in our “Tamsyn Murray assembly.” Everyone also made a great start to our poster research, about different habitats. You will be happy to know that on Monday, we have a long lesson whereby we can get this truly under way.

Please remember to complete your maths homework in preparation for our work in maths on Monday. If you are unsure about anything, there are lots of adults in class to talk to, just ask.

Mrs Barker has been very busy in Shanghai, visiting schools and attending lectures at the university. We will have so many questions to ask her, upon her return.

Enjoy the weekend and we will see you on Monday.

Best wishes

Miss O’Hagan, Mrs Balasuriya and Mrs Combes.

Perfect poetry and marvellous Mayans!

Congratulations on another great day of learning in year 6. We explored personification this morning, worked well on sequencing in maths and Mr Davy  taught the children about the geographical background, to our topic on the Mayans.

We have received emails from Mrs Barker and Mr Vanderwalle, they are having a wonderful time and it is very interesting to hear about their daily adventures. We will post some photos soon!

All the best

Miss O’Hagan, Mrs Balasuryia, Mrs Combes and Mr Davy.

A fantastic week at PGL

I hope that everyone has fully recovered from our week at PGL!

Mr V, Mrs B, Mrs Munn and myself would like to thank you all for being so fabulous- we really enjoyed sharing the experience with you.

We are hoping to get the photos loaded onto the blog as soon as possible, so please keep an eye out for them.

In the meantime, here is one to be getting on with: