ROCHDALE BOROUGH SCHOOL GAMES PARTNERSHIP 2018 CROSS COUNTRY – Year 6 Results

Year 6 2018 Team Positions Norden Y6 Team Score 20 1st Smithy Bridge Y6 Team Score 26 2nd Holy Trinity Y6 Team Score 35 3rd Sacred Heart Y6 Team Score  45 4th St Joseph’s Y6 Team Score 51 5th St James’ CE Y6 Team Score

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Crafty Commemorations

We really enjoyed the chance to learn about willow weaving, and help to make the poppies and horse sculpture to commemorate 100 years since the end of the First World War.  We also made our own fabric poppies in class to decorate the display in

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River Investigations in Ealees

Class 13 have been on a fantastic field trip to the Ealees Valley to support our work on rivers.  We looked at the features of the river, as well as examples of methods used to prevent river erosion. Mr Royston braved the river to measure

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Marvellous Microbes!

In Science, Class 13 have been learning about the different types of microbes.  They invented their own viruses, bacteria and fungi, thought about what they did and then modelled them out of play dough.  Some people’s microbes were helpful, others were harmful and definitely not

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Macbeth

Year 6 visited St. Andrew’s school to watch an amazing performance of Macbeth by the Young Shakespeare Company.  We took on some minor parts, created eerie sound effects and even joined in with the final battle.  It was a fabulous  introduction to Shakespeare, which inspired

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St Andrews Easter Experience

Easter Experience at St.Andrews Church Class 13 learnt more about the Easter Story during a very enjoyable trip to St. Andrews Church. The children took part in different activities to teach us about what Christians believe happened to Jesus and what this means to Christians

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Volume Investigations

A Splashing Time! In numeracy, Mr Royston’s maths group have been investigating how cuboids of different volumes can be created from the same size paper. We made paper swimming pools of different dimensions, then calculated their volumes to find which would hold the most water.

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Victorian Games

Playing like The Victorians As part of our topic work on The Victorians, Class 13 held a Victorian Games Afternoon. We played old fashioned games such as Bagatelle, Shove Ha’penny, Pick up Sticks and Tiddliwinks, and made our own Cup and Ball toy. We really

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