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The Year 6 children have enjoyed a fantastic activities week including a trip to Felixstowe, bowling, Ninja Tag and a sleepover.

Goshawks were very proud to get through to the semi-final of the Suffolk Show's School of the Year competition for their fantastic bee model. We took part in a range of bee related workshops, which were all great fun! I think the granola bars were a favourite!

Science day! We had great fun exploring flight. We investigated helicopter seeds and then made balloon powered zip wires. In the afternoon, we were set the challenge of making a parachute to save an egg from breaking!

Look at the fantastic Chinese art we have been working on this half term.

Chinese New Year - We had a great day celebrating Chinese New Year and learning about Chinese culture and traditions.

In Science this half term, we have been learning about materials. We discussed how some solids dissolve in liquids to form a solution. We then planned and carried out our own investigations.

We thoroughly enjoyed using cakes to represent the different phases of the moon!

We created our own solar system on the field, thinking carefully about the position of the planets in relation to one another. We were surprised at just how far away Uranus and Neptune are!

11.10.21 - We had a fantastic trip to West Stow. We learned about artefacts found at the site and what they tell us about life in the Anglo Saxon times, before enjoying exploring the different huts. We finished off the day with the Beowulf trail.

French Day - We had lots of fun taking part in lots of French activities including singing, cooking and learning about French speaking countries.

In RE we are thinking about the gospel and what this means to Christians. We started off thinking about good news for our school and took on the role of town crier, announcing this news to the rest of the class.

Space Hook day 3.9.21 - We had great fun making film canister rockets, papier mache planets and paper rockets which we launched using an air compressor. We couldn't believe how high they went!