Friday 7th December
Merit Assembly Winner - Harry
Get Away 'N' Get Safe
This week, Year 6 were a part of five fantastic sessions delivered by James Riley. His mission is to create safer communities by educating children about gang culture and inspiring them to take control of their own futures. I am convinced that he achieved his mission and that his workshops have left a lasting impression on our children. Thank you so much, James.
Mrs Owen and Miss Brady set Year 5/6 the challenge of creating some bunting that reflected mindfulness.
We looked at existing products, planned and designed our bunting, made it and invited our families to come in and see what we'd been working on.
Our Slavery Topic
The children and I absolutely loved this topic as we fully immersed ourselves into The Slave Trade Triangle. The work that they produced was absolutely fantastic and their responses to the topic were personal and emotional.
Today, Year 6 were visited by our School Nurse and we learned about keeping ourselves fit and healthy.
Equality & Diversity
Mr. Peter Yip came to visit us and delivered an Equality and Diversity Workshop.
After he left, we wrote short poems. Here are some of them...
Skipton 28.9.18 - 30-9-18
I just wanted to say a huge well done and thank you to all of Year 6 who came to Skipton: you were brilliantly behaved, took part in all of the activities and were very patient when it took a while to make meals for all 31 of you! I also want to thank Mr. Jolliffe, Mrs Stanford, Miss Sach and Mr. Edwards for giving up your whole weekend to provide a lovely time for the children in Year 6.
Congratulations to Rimrose Hope's new Play Leaders: Bailey, Jaden, Maisie, Demi, Ruby, Katy and Jess - The children in EYFS and KS1 are lucky to have you look after them during their playtimes; I hope you wear your grey hoodies with pride.
* Remember... I have more hoodies to give out!