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Spring 2019

 

 

Useful Reminders:

                                                                         

Library - Tuesday

P.E - Thursday (Kit needs to be in school every day)

Celebration Assembly - Friday

Homework due in: Maths - Thursday

                                     English - Monday

Signed times tables & spelling books due in  - Friday

Signed planners & Reading Records - Friday

 

Pupil Voice Reps - Charlotte & Evie

Sport Ambassador - Dominic

Health Ambassador - Caitlin

 

World Book Day - 7th March 2019

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Clitheroe:

It's on its way - our annual trip to Waddow Hall with the Year 6 pupils.

Here are some photos to get you in the mood and a few links to documents that you have already received.

 

Coming up this half term...

Circulatory System: Learning about the importance of blood, blood vessels, and the heart.

Vikings: Who were the Vikings? Where did they travel? When did they invade?

E-Safety: Staying safe on online games.

Worship: Focusing on aspects of worship across different faiths through music, art and objects.

Making our 'Petie Burkis' Special!

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Following on from our trip to Tatton Park, we have designed and sewn Anglo-Saxon inspired bags. 

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Tatton Park Visit - 15th & 22nd January 2019

 

Both Year 5 and Year 6 had the opportunity to visit Tatton Park this term, in which we learned a lot more about the life of Anglo-Saxons and Vikings. The children were really well behaved and got involved in a good number of tasks - finding out all about raw materials and making clay pots, learning the skills needed for battle by looking at Anglo-Saxon weapons, and making bread.

Autumn 2018

Doing 'their thing' for Children in Need!

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Paul Sleem Visit:

Paul Sleem, an old friend of Aldwyn, came in on  Monday to deliver his 'RESPECT' workshops with the Year 5 and Year 6 pupils. Everybody loved his sessions. We all laughed and learned a lot from him about how we can treat each other with more respect and kindness - and how that makes everyone so much more happier. This was ideal in helping us understand more 'grown-up' relationships as we move to Year 7. Many thanks to Daisy and her family who suggested this to us.

Safe Squad - 11th October 2018

Today, Year 6 attended Safe Squad at Bennett St. Youth & Community Building, in Hyde.

We learned how to do CPR using DrABC and how to put someone in the recovery position.

We also talked about staying safe at home, on the streets and online through a variety of fun workshops.

 

Safe 4 Autumn

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On Monday 8th October, Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service came to speak to Year 6 about staying safe during autumn  events. 
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A warm welcome to 5/6C. We will be starting our new Autumn term with river studies and Anglo-Saxons. This will involve a number of trips out to venues such as Daisy Nook and Tatton Park.

In our science work, we will be investigating the classification of living things as well as studying evolution.

 

Please follow the link below for a copy of the Y5/6 information letter for parents.

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