We have been looking at medicines in PSHE. The children played a game with different scenarios which explored the impact of vaccinations. Through playing the game, we concluded that the more people there are vaccinated, the less people there are likely to catch a virus.
Year 6 have had their DT day this week where they were able to make their wartime inspired vegetable turnovers. The children had a fantastic day and showcased some brilliant skills.
They had to measure out the ingredients for their pastry before getting their hands dirty and making it from scratch! They were chopping and peeling vegetables, boiling vegetables and draining them. They then seasoned their vegetables before putting their mixtures onto the pastry to create their desired shape.
They came out really well and the children loved tasting them!
In computing today the children have been using Scratch to create and play their own musical sequences. The children had to begin by creating a piano where each coloured key would play a different note. They then used this piano to play well-known songs such as Twinkle Twinkle.
Once the children had achieved this, they had to figure out how to get the song to play on its own with the click of one button. The children had so much fun experimenting and making the program their own!
In PSHE this week we have been discussing risks. We started by talking about what risks are and how risks can have consequences but not always, sometimes they can end positively. The children then shared a few examples of risks that they had taken recently and the outcome that came from them. The children brought up the idea that people often complete risks because of influences from others and peer-pressure which led us on to talking about how we can deal with pressure like that. Finally, we had a discussion about risk-taking online and if they feel there is as much peer-pressure online. Interestingly, lots of the children felt as though there wasn’t as much pressure online and it was easier to say no because you didn’t have that physical interaction with people.
We really enjoyed our Christmas Fayre!
We hope you enjoy our performance.