Today, Year 6 took part in a Homophobia vs Football workshop. We had a discussion about what homophobia was and the effect this can have on others.
We took part in different scenarios and spoke about how we could help stop this from happening.
What did you learn today ? What did you enjoy the most about this workshop?
Miss Stockton, Mrs Calland and Miss Jarvis x
At Oxford Grove last week, the whole school was lucky enough to have a special visitor! The A life team came in to talk to Y6 about healthy eating, good habits and how important exercise is!
Year Six had a workshop in the hall where we went around to lots of different activities, these activities were all about how important it is to maintain a healthy diet, keep exercising daily (even if it means going on a walk) and to keep good habits like washing daily, brushing our teeth twice a day and using deodorant to help us smell nice!
We also had the chance to take part in a circuit workshop where we got all sweaty!
This was an enjoyable day for Y6! Thanks A LIFE!
What was your favourite part? What did you learn?
Each week Year 6 learn a new spelling rule and are given spellings to learn for their homework using that rule.
Next week we are going to be working on using the prefixes min, mang and multi.
Our words of the week will be:
Can you find out what this words mean?
Please practise and learn these words ready for your spelling test.
This week we have done some cross-curricular maths in our topic lesson linked to biscuits. We have calculated the cost of the ingredients bought and how much profit we are hoping to make from selling our biscuits on Friday.
WATCH THIS SPACE to see our biscuit making process…