What a busy week it has been…and it’s not over yet!

A huge well done to the children who have tackled the termly assessments positively and with a determination to do their best. The children have analysed their tests with me so know the areas for celebration and development. They have written the latter in their planner so please discuss these with them over the next few days. Any questions, please do not hesitate to see me.

This afternoon, we had our final Holocaust lesson (led by Mrs Cohen) before our trip next week. This is a hugely valuable day I know the children are looking forward to. A quick reminder - we leave school at 7:30am on Thursday. Please arrive promptly as we are unable to wait for latecomers and it would be a shame for your child to miss out on this amazing experience.

It’s been an afternoon of many parts. Not only have we been learning about the Holocaust, we had an intruder drill practice, flu vaccinations for those children who opted to have it and we also have been re-enacting the punishments handed out in a Victorian workhouse/prison. I think it’s safe to say, the children were glad to go home after they discovered the true nature of the hard labour tasks the prisoners had to endure. Don’t worry Year Six – back to normal tomorrow!

Finally, it’s Friday tomorrow. That means planners signed, homework marked and handed out, Golden Time, Big Write and Kiddush.

See you all in the morning,

Miss Kynaston

Colours in Hebrew

In the first Ivrit lesson of the new school year, we revised the colours in Hebrew. How many do you remember?

colours Hebrew

Y6 design wordsearches

Today Y6 designed some beautiful wordsearches, using their French knowledge.