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Class 14

Welcome to Class 14

Class teacher - Mrs Pearson

 

Hello Class 14,

 

We are now entering what would officially be the second half of our summer term. All of the lessons and activities from before the 8th June have now been moved to the section called 'Summer Term 1' in the 'Weekly lessons' section of the website. New plans for Summer 2 are available from 8th June.  This is just to make it easier for you to look for new items on our class pages. 

 

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Trout Update - April 2020

 

Dear Year 6,

We hope this finds you well and you are coping in these difficult times.

 

Last week, based on the Government’s predictions, we realised that it would be impossible to keep all the trout fry in our office. Some of the trout (Tina, the naughty trout) were getting too advanced and had started to eat the smaller ones.

 

We decided to release the trout into your local rivers as they would have been normally.

Your trout were released into the River Hodder at Hurst Green.

 

Fortunately, we managed to video the releases for you to see that your fish eventually made it to the river!

 

Keep safe,

 

Neil, Helen and Christi

 

Ribble Rivers Trust

Trout Transfer

 

 

In light of recent events, we have had to make the tough decision to say goodbye to our trout.  Don't worry though, they will be back!  Neil from the River Ribble Trust has kindly offered to house our little friends until we can re-arrange the release date.  

Maya Relief Dough Sculpture

 

As part of our work on the Maya, Class 14 have been enjoying making salt dough Maya Gods.  It was quite a tricky procedure, measuring, kneading and finally creating, but the children have loved it and we look forward to showing you the final pieces very soon..

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Hinduism

 

In our RE lessons, we have learnt that Hindus believe that life has four stages. We also learnt about some Hindu beliefs and looked at good karma and bad karma. The photos below show us talking part in a workshop with a visitor from the Faith Centre. She told us about her religion, answered many of our questions and showed us some of her dance moves! 

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Fishing with The River Ribble Trust

We are extremely lucky to have established links with The River Ribble Trust, where we have worked with Neil for many years. Neil kindly offered a fishing taster session to some of our children. They had a fantastic time - even in the torrential rain! We look forward to our 'Brown Trout in the Classroom' project later in the school year. 
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Gymnastics with Olympic Gymnast, Craig Heap

We had a fantastic assembly with Olympic and Commonwealth gymnast, Craig Heap. He was full of energy and enthusiasm,  and inspired our children to follow their dreams and be the best that they can be. Following assembly, the children were given the chance to take part in a workshop of gymnastic skills. 
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Science
In our science lessons, taught by Mrs Pearson, we are learning about electricity. Here we are demonstrating our previous knowledge of circuits. 
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PE

 

This half term we will be developing our moving and handling skills, and attacking and defending skills through tag rugby. We will also work on team building and the school games values: passion, determination, team work, self belief, respect and honesty. 

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