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Cookham Rise Primary School

Willow 6

Tickets are now on sale from the school office for our end of year production

Goodbye My Friend

There will be two performances on Thursday 13th July: 2pm and 7pm and tickets cost £2.

Initial allocation is 4 per family. Doors will open 15 minutes before performance time.

 

We are sorry that we will not be able to sell tickets on the door.

The last supper!

Mr Farina was hungry after a busy day...

Mud, glorious mud

Giant swing - Mrs Bennett's group

Fuelling up for our last day!

Campfire and marshmallows

And some more....

More PGL PHOTOS

Zip wire and Sensory trail....

PGL 1st day.....

Our Summer topic is We'll Meet Again'

Don't forget to dress up 1940's style on Friday 28th April!

 

For more information please click on the Topic icon below

 

Our first literacy unit of the term will be based on the book Carrie's War by Nina Bawden

Meeting Pippa Goodhart

Our timetable for the Summer term has changed slightly. Please note that PE days are Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. This term we have specialist teachers for Dance and Cricket. We will also be learning how to officiate and run a Quad kids competition in preparation for Sports Day. We will visit the library once a fortnight on a Friday. Homework will be handed out on a Thursday for return the following Tuesday. Homework club is available for children after school on a Monday.

Summer Timetable

A fabulous finish to the Autumn term with our Mexican themed party!

Tuesday 8th November: Working to solve a maths treasure hunt.....

Tuesday 8th November: Busy designing, building and controlling Lego models....

18th October: Our trip to Kew Gardens

Welcome to Willow 6

 

This term our topic is Arriba! Arriba! We shall be exploring the countries of Central and South America; learning about the Inca, Mayan and Aztec civilisations; examining the work of Charles Darwin on evolution & inheritance and looking at artists, such as Henry Roussea, who have used the rainforest as inspiration.

 

Our last piece of literacy work this half term used the visit to Kew Gardens as the basis for a first person recount.

 

Next half term we will be focusing on legends including Robin Hood and King Arthur. The children will be writing from the viewpoint of Guy Gisborne before moving onto journalistic writing and creating the script for a TV news report on the wedding of Robin and Maid Marian.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Some of us enjoyed the Bug show more than others!


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