Stars of the Week
Congratulations to the following boys who received Star of the Week this week:
Year 3 Gold – Lewis for making a great effort to improve his reading.
Year 4 Royal – Uzair for some lovely work on Roman soldiers.
Year 5 Emerald – Zubair for consistently producing his very best work.
Year 5 Jade – George for excellent diary writing in role.
Year 6 Burgundy – Afan for amazing effort redrafting his English.
Year 6 Scarlet – Ibrahim for an amazing one-point perspective piece of art work.
Weekly top 3
George S - 47
Nadal M - 45
Max M - 43
Adam L - 160
Harry G - 37
Adam A - 32
Zubair A - 100
Ethan M - 91
Harry - 84
Aditya R - 69
Ben F - 51
Afan A -46
Kay - 39
Hulme - 35
Howlett - 34
Derby - 24
A visit from our chosen Autumn charity Medequip4kids on Monday morning told the boys all about the vital equipment they help to provide across the North West.
Boys will be taking part in a sponsored event to support the cause.
Year 5 Explore Medieval Hierarchy
This week Year 5 have been exploring what life was like during the fourteenth century, through the structure of social classes at the time.
They created a short dramatic piece in order to try and remember who was at the top of the pyramid and who was at the bottom.
They shared their knowledge and enjoyed learning acting like kings and serfs for the afternoon!
The Sky's the Limit
Year 3 boys have really enjoyed making these incredible sunset silhouette pictures. After honing their painting skills to create a sunset sky using a colour wash, they then practised their fine motor skills by drawing and cutting out a silhouette to stick on. The end results amazed the boys, who couldn't believe they had created such super pictures.
Year 5 art lessons took on the look of a 14th Century monastery as we made jewelled manuscripts. Designing and making 3D book covers was the first step as we then went on to age paper ready for block printing. There are some wonderful examples of early block printing and illuminated letters available online if the boys wish to research it further.