Today year six visited Stonehenge to see how this ancient monument compares to the Pyramid of Giza, which was built a roughly the same time as in 2500BC. Look out for the Newsletter (coming out soon) for more details, below are some pictures.
Year 6 have been learning about study skills and how they can use them in their SATs next year. Here they are exploring ways to reduce worries and revision stress, including calming down techniques, breaking big tasks in to chunks and planning revision timetables.
Once again a great series of activities took place on Thursday afternoon, followed by a lovely meal. Together we all then went to watch Big Hero Six ; a super animated film with lashings of hot chocolate and marshmallows.
A camp fire, a good night's sleep and a satisfying breakfast have set us up for our final day.
The adventure continues....
Here's a selection of photos from today's activities. Lots of children rising to the challenge-literally!
A plethora of dynamic activity involving courage, determination, inspiration and tonnes of energy have abounded with our new Year 6 group.
After lunch we all went off in our teams and began either quad biking, Giant Swing, archery, obstacle course, aerial adventure, kayaking, climbing wall or trapeze.
A great evening meal followed, then our day concluded in a wide game of Capture The Flag. Stealth, speed and surprise led to great success and fun to end our first day.
It is now morning and everyone is chatting about their first night under canvass. As breakfast is about to begin the conversation is turning, with anticipation to the next round of activity and a fun packed day.