Victorian school.

Yesterday, whilst the Y6’s were out- the Y’s in Stiperstones enjoyed a day of learning about Victorian schools. We started off by comparing our classroom to a Victorian classroom. We then explore a typical school day for a Victorian child. After lunch, we did some drama. In small groups the children acted out scenes, pretending they were in a Victorian classroom.

All children enjoyed themselves and were engaged in their learning.

 

Our week in Caradoc

Our bean plants are looking really good and have now been planted out. The children have been investigating the best conditions for growing plants as part of their science lessons. In maths they have been learning to tell the time and have enjoyed playing some time based maths games. The class have written some fantastic versions of fairy tales and are getting excited about our ‘ Into the woods…’ drama workshop on 21st June. Hopefully we will see some sunshine next week while we prepare for sports day!

Yay! We did it! Ice creams to celebrate!

Well done to all of Year 6!  We are so proud of you. You have all worked so hard and shown tenacity and resilience throughout the terms in preparation for SATs.           Thank you also to all the staff for supporting the children in Cookie Club and within the tests themselves. A very special thank you to Mrs Pike and Miss Richards for coming in early for extra Booster sessions.

Long Mynd Roman Mosaic Inspire Morning

Long Mynd have been studying Roman mosaics in art and have had a fantastic Inspire morning which was well attended by parents and carers.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The children really enjoyed looking at the different mosaic pieces and designing and making their mosaic patterns.

A huge thank you to all parents and carers who were able to attend!