Year 6 final days

It was lovely to have the majority of year 6s back in school. To finish the end of term, we had a barbeque and a water fight. We hope to see you one day in September when we can celebrate properly. Good luck Year 6.

Year 6 Japanese Day

Today, 29 children from Year 6 went to UEA to ‘Discover Japan’. After a quick quiz, we split into two groups. One group looked at Japanese games and then had a taster lesson in Japanese. The second group looked at Japanese culture, including the festival ‘Tanabana’ and then we looked at origami.

Children were fantastic and enjoyed a quick visit to the park at the end of the day.

 

More photos to follow. 

Trip to St Peter Mancroft Church

On Monday the 28th, 17 Year 6 children were invited to walk to the St Peter Mancroft church to find out more about the Holocaust Memorial day.  We were welcomed by  Dr Fiona Haworth  and also met Rabbi Roderick- he read some hymns in Jewish for us which were later translated into English. We also met Marie-Lyse Numuuhoza to talk to us about her life story, because she was involved in the genocides in Rwanda in 1994.It was a lovely service and some of us even got to light candles to remember all of those effected by holocausts and genocides around the world.

Written by Lani and Cassie

 

Pictures to follow

Year 6 Romance Event

Today, Year 6 were introduced to two scientists from the UEA, who conducted some experiments to do with the different states of matter. Alongside this, we investigate and observed magnets, sound and electricity. More photos to come

 

France-Day 3

This morning, we headed to Ypres in Belgium to visit Menin Gate. Our children were respectful in laying a wreath for our Heigham lads before having lunch in a garden next to it. Then, we visited the Flanders Field museum (not before stopping off for some Begian chocolates). Afterwards, we made our way to Tyne Cot and laid crosses and a wreath near the names of the Heigham soldiers there. Finally, we made our way back for dinner where some the children were brave enough to try some snails for dinner!

France- Day 1

We have arrived at PGL after a long and uneventful journey. the children thrououghly enjoyed the ferry ride over to France before arriving at the PGL centre. After a tasty dinner, the children unpacked before making some tasty crepes for desert.

 

More photos to follow….

Year 5 Forest school, cooking and gardening

Welcome back!

A quick reminder that we start Forest Schools/ cooking andgardening this term on Fridays.

We will be going out no matter the weather so can children pleasebring:
-A pair of wellies or old trainers
-A pair of old trousers/ jeans/ waterproofs
-A waterproof jacket or coat

Also, we ask that children with long hair tie their hair back for cooking and also have clean nails (no nail vanish)- thank you!