Best of British:
To celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday, we
As part of our work on Judaism, we have looked at the symbolism behind the items on the Seder plate which is an important feature of Passover.
Respect and Tolerance
In Class 5/6 we have been looking at the meaning of respect and tolerance and have been “bursting” stereotypes.
Class 5/6 have looked at the meaning of the word “liberty” and produced artwork. Having read the story “Naming Liberty” we then produced newspaper reports about New York’s famous statue and wrote short stories about a young girl in search of freedom.
To consider the experiences of a refugee:
Having read a story called “Four Feet, Two Sandals” we produced art work to represent the two girls in the book who met and became life long friends in a refugee camp in Pakistan.
St George’s Day:
To celebrate St George’s Day, Class 5/6 baked themed biscuits and performed mini dramas.
Rotakids democratically elected a President, a Chair Person and a Secretary to run the charitable organisation. They sold toys at the school fete, making over £70 for Guide Dogs for the Blind.
We have been looking at aspects of life in parts of Africa. As a result, we made African food and built tip taps (water stations).
As part of our work on different religions we have acted out Bible stories, built Sukkah Huts (a Jewish tradition) and created rangoli patterns (a Hindu tradition).