The “boule” re-enacting Athenian democracy in History today, standing on our “pnyx”. Some proposals were definitely more popular with the “ecclesia” than others!
Section: History and Geography at GPS
Well done to our Year Six leaders for your detailed research and confidence in delivering interesting assemblies.
As part of our celebrations, every child in school created a triangle for our school bunting. This was then skillfully turned into bunting by Mrs Scott and given to the Village Jubilee Committee who will be putting it up around the recreation ground for the celebrations. Within school, we had our own party to celebrate the Queen’s amazing achievements. We had a 1950’s Street Party in the playground. We made cucumber sandwiches, decorated crown biscuits and played some traditional games. The year 6 children rewrote the words to ‘Que Sera Sera’ to update them and ensure that they considered diversity and equality. We all enjoyed singing our new version together. Thank you to all the staff and the Year 5 Jubilee Team.
As part of our build up for the Tokyo Olympics we have set up a link with a school in Tokyo. They have sent us films of life in their school and we are sharing videos of our school. We are learning about life in Tokyo and how it compares to life here.
Beech Class – Year 1 aged 5 and 6.
Beech class have created a few videos. The first one shows you inside their classroom.
Beech Class Outside
Beech class wanted to show you how they play outside at school
Beech Class Keeping Safe
We sanitise our hands to keep germs away.
Beech Class show you the reading area and the end of the school day.
Chestnut Class – Year 2 aged 6 and 7.
Chestnut show you all the fun they have in their class. there’s even a parachute!
Willow Class – Year 3 aged 7 and 8.
Willow Class show you around school and outline their day in school.
Sycamore Class – Year 4 aged 8 and 9.
The children in Year 4 filmed their own video. They had lots of fun!
Maple Class – Year 6 aged 10 and 11.
The year 6 children explain British Values.
Look round our outdoor area.
Willow Class had a wonderful day visiting Wollaton Hall. We investigated the Tudor kitchen and learnt many things about sugar and spice. Wollaton is our local site of historic interest so our Tudor day showed us how the house would have been when it was first opened in 1588! We had a Tudor inspired lunch (with as little plastic as possible) and even learnt a Tudor dance to show Miss Allen.