Monthly Archives: October 2016

Getting lost in books

We have had a wonderful week, getting lost in books. It culminated in the whole school ‘buddy reading’ this morning, before attending our ‘Lost in Books’ assembly, hosted by our Patron of Reading Tamsyn Murray.

In the assembly, we announced that the book Year 6 would most like to get lost in was…

…The Wizard of Oz by Frank Baum.

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Creating a food web

In our science lesson today, we went outside and recreated a food web based on UK wildlife. Each person took on the role of either a producer or a consumer (herbivore, omnivore or carnivore) and we tracked the transfer of energy from the sun, to producers and then on to consumers, using red wool.

When we had finished ‘consuming’ each other we laid our web out on the ground, to see how interwoven it was:


A fantastic Hockey Tournament.

All our hard work paid off today, as Wroxham fielded 3 teams (a total of 30 children) at the annual Dame Alice Owen’s hockey tournament.

We had a really enjoyable afternoon, every team scored a number of excellent goals and our A team were the eventual winners of the tournament.

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