Year 5 & 6 were set a Cluedo inspired challenge to work out the details of a murder. They used mirrors and torches to track down clues hidden around the class and used reflections in order to solve the mystery.Read More Who killed Mrs Bushell?
As part of our science topic on Light, Years 5 and 6 have been learning all about bioluminescent creatures. The writing focus was on formality and the children worked hard to develop a chatty, informal tone throughout their non-fiction reports. They then presented their writing as an eye-catching poster.Read More The Brilliance of Bioluminescence in Years 5 and 6
As part of our Science topic of Light, Years 5 and 6 have made periscopes and kaleidoscopes. They followed instructions carefully and then had fun experimenting with them! They used their scientific skills of observation to explain how they work.Read More Periscopes and Kaleidoscopes in Years 5 and 6
Year 5 and 6 have been thinking about the question, ‘How significant is it that Mary was chosen to be Jesus’ mother?’ in RE lessons. The children looked at a wide range of paintings and created their own watercolours of Mary. They considered the kind of person Mary was and how to portray this in […]Read More Our own depictions of The Virgin Mary in Years 5 and 6
Foodbank challenge is now closed. Totals are being counted and the winning class will be revealed on Wednesday in assembly. Thank to everybody for your incredible contributions. The collection is greater than we could have ever expected.Read More Amazing Response for the Foodbank!
…to enjoy a story! Years 5 and 6 have now finished their first class novel, ‘Letters From the Lighthouse’ by Emma Carroll. This story was set in WW2 and helped the children to further develop their understanding of evacuation, code breaking and what life was like during this period of history. One child even said […]Read More You’re never too old…
“That was much better than I thought it would be!” High praise indeed from one of our oldest students who was honest enough to admit that they were not particularly looking forward to a half-term of dance enrichment. Our mixed group of Year 5 and 6 children were nothing short of awesome in our first […]Read More Dance Enrichment raises the roof
Year 6 travelled to Lee Fire Station for eight mini sessions led by the Metropolitan Police about how to be a citizen and stay safe.Read More Year 6: Junior Citizens
We’ve packed our bags, tidied our dorms and enjoyed our last delicious breakfast here. Off to fencing and orienteering next to round off an awesome week! See you guys soon.Read More Year 6: Kingswood Day 5
We’ve had another great day and are so proud of this wonderful group of children! We started with Shelter Building, then (after Mr Wilson’s visit) moved onto Archery and Abseiling after lunch. We couldn’t let Halloween go by without some glow stick fun, apple bobbing and spooky games.Read More Year 6: Kingswood Day 4