Year 5 children learnt about the meaning of the British values and how these are different / linked to other values we hold.
The children then worked in groups to create a short drama to re-enact in KS2 assembly to help the other children understand the meaning of the British values.
This week Year 5 and 6 did a three lesson sequence to learn about democracy and the rule of law in the UK. They then staged a mock general election for the rest of KS2 to reflect the values of democracy within our school. The aim was to raise awareness of the general election that was happening the next day. Well done to all the candidates who took part.
Healthy Eating Week
Year 5 have had a great time learning about healthy lifestyles this week. We have learned about and designed healthy lifestyle posters, made healthy popcorn treats and performed dances and an obstacle course.
Well done to Gloria Wisniewska who won the Year 5 ‘healthy lunchbox’ design homework competition.
Quad Kids Athletics Competition
On Thursday 15th June, Year 5 participated in the Banbury Quad Kids Athletics Competition. The children all took part in a standing long jump, 75 meter sprint, vortex throw and a 600 meter run. They all showed great determination and resilience. Well done to Team A who came second in the competition.
7th May - Mock Election
On Wednesday, we had a mock election in our school. We represented three of the main parties ( Conservatives , Labour and Liberal Democrats. ) KS2 had their own votes to see who the school would choose as our country leader.