As part of their Crime and Punishment topic our Y6 children were invited to Workington Magistrates Court to find out more about how our justice system works. They took part in a mock court case, stood in the witness box and even visited the cells under the court. We were lucky to host Charlotte…
Year 6 spent a morning at the library on Friday. They chose some lovely books to book out and enjoy reading at home and also enjoyed listening to a chapter of their current class novel: Street Child.
Y6 enjoyed a morning with representatives from the Cumbria Primary Business partnership who came in to deliver a series of workshops about different jobs and career paths available in Cumbria.
Y6 were invited to Lakes College, Lilyhall, to learn about the variety of jobs and careers available in our local area. They thoroughly enjoyed their morning, trying their hand at many activities including: biscuit icing, hairdressing, policing and virtual reality gaming!
Y6 enjoyed a peaceful, afternoon at the library today. Despite almost being ready to leave us for Secondary school, it proved that you’re never too old to enjoy listening to a good story!
Who said SATs revision had to be boring? Y6 showed off all their hard work and knowledge this afternoon as they gravitated the yard with chalk.
Y6 were joined today by children from St Mary’s Kells and St Joseph’s at Frizington to create a collage of flowers to mark The Year of the Eucharist. We enjoyed making new friends and ended the day with some fun in the hall with the parachutes.
Y6 have enjoyed World Book Day. We had a wonderful collection of characters today including: Anne of Green Gables, Gangsta Granny, Willy Wonka and Dennis the Menace! Super efforts all round.
The whole school were treated to a unique production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth by Y6 this afternoon. The children worked all day on creating their amazing performance. They had to memorise lines and showed huge confidence in standing up in front of an audience. What an incredibly talented group of…
Y6 ended another busy week by putting their mental arithmetic and timestables skills and knowledge into practise by spending the afternoon challenging each other to a series of Maths games.
Y6 were invited to visit the Magistrates Court at Workington today to learn about our justice system. They took part in a real court case and even got the chance to look at the cells downstairs. Charlotte (one of the Magistrates) commented that they were the best class she has ever worked…
Y6 have had a lovely festive day wearing their Christmas jumpers. Well done on such a super effort!