Mr. Lauder: June 2015
This has been an extremely busy week in Base 5. On Monday most of the children were out on their transition day to Brine Leas and those who stayed behind then had the pleasure of attending Languages Day at Bishop Heber on Thursday.
Our week had a welcome interruption in the form of 'Sports Day' on Wednesday afternoon and the children were lucky that the weather stayed pleasant enough for them to have lots of fun!
In Science this past week we started reviewing our knowledge of Electricity and created some simple circuits, the week culminated with us making our own unique switches to control our circuits and we will be making our own mechanisms and unique circuits to create challenges this coming week.
During our French lesson this week we practised our performance piece for the Brine Leas Languages Day which we will be performing at on Friday 3rd July.
We have also been working on rehearsals for our Y6 leavers assembly and are currently in the process of putting together our own 'memorable' show which we will be showing to the whole school and parents in the final week of term.
Thank you and enjoy the lovely weather!
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