Y6 went on an adventure over to the Isle of Wight to visit Osborne House. They went to answer their learning question ‘Mother, Wife, Queen, Empress, what was Victoria’s most successful role?’ “I liked the historical statues and paintings. We took part in a workshop where we dressed and worked as the servants would have […]
As part of their History learning learning question, ‘Was Henry a selfish King?’, Year 6 visited Hampton Court Palace. They got to experience life as a royal, walking thorugh the palace and taking part in a workshop. Here’s what they thought: ‘We learned all about Henry VII wives and how many there were. Plus, we […]
Recently, Y6 went on a trip to our local art gallery to answer their learning question ‘How can I read a portrait?’ Let’s see what they did on there trip and what they learnt. “I learnt that art is not just paintings, it can be different shapes and sizes. I liked the sculptures because they […]
Recently Y6 had the opportunity to visit Osborne House, Isle of Wight. Here’s what they thought: “I liked the Queens room and was really suprised by how short her bed was.” – Khushi “It was such a beautiful day and a wonderful opportunity to bring to life the history we have been learning about.” – […]
It’s time to meet the next staff member from our Y6 series of blogs. Today we are meeting Miss Smith, one of our Y3 teachers. Why did you want to become a teacher? I spent lots of time as a swimming coach and loved working with children. I decided to make it my full time […]
We settled in quickly and began our farm jobs as soon as we could . We met different animals including Blackberry the sheep , Toby the horse ,Clementine the pig and Alice the rabbit . We all made a calm arrival and we all knew to stay calm around the animals. It was not all […]
Our Y6 Bloggers got the chance to sit down with Aisha Al Sadie and Emma Bourner from Winchester Cathedral to ask a few questions: What materials do you like to use? I like to use oil paints, using them to make landscape pictures with mountains and nature. – Aisha I like to use water colours […]
After visiting Winchester Cathedral, Y6 worked with Winchester Cathedral in school to plan and design their illuminated letters for their special word. After working on their mood boards, Y6 completed the final draft of their illuminated letters. Each child chose a word to respond to the question: What does education mean to you?
Y6 started their journey at Winchester Cathedral and Winchester College, where we explored illuminated letters in medieval manuscripts and learned about the Winchester Bible.