Another reverent prayer service all about friendship
Year 6 Residential JCA Slides
A wonderful prayer service led by our talented Year Six children!
Severn Trent assembly on saving water - great Year Six volunteers!
Another adventurous Mayan-themed Outdoor Day!
Optional Homework on our Mayans Topic - great Art and design!
Year Six visited Villa Park to present the designs they've been working on for the past 15 weeks as part of the Aston Villa enterprise scheme. All the children spoke brilliantly. Well done to the winning team - Electric Phoenix!
Amazing art and design for optional homework on our mountains and wolves topic!
Great feedback from Year 6 about the Pantomime!
Look what we're reading this term...
Faith filled and hopeful - our Gospel Values Autumn 2
Year Six created some fantastic wolf dens and collages using the nature they found!
Remembrance Day Assembly
We are very proud of Year Six for their wonderful assembly on Remembrance Day. Everyone contributed and the hall was displayed with work from last term including poetry, artwork and reports written in class. Well done for all your hard work, Year Six!
End of Topic Celebration Day!
Year Six celebrated the end of their first topic by dressing up as evacuees and welcoming Professor McGinty to St. Edward's. He brought amazing artefacts into school for the children to look at including ration books, gas masks and real money from the time of the war. The children thoroughly enjoyed his workshop and looked amazing in their outfits! Take a look below for some photos of their day.
Look what we read in Autumn 1...
Year Six have been extremely generous bringing in donations for The Fireside - they are putting their faith into action!
Look at some of our displays...
Compassionate and Loving - our Gospel Values Autumn 1
Saint Anne - our class Saint in Year Six
Aspiration Tree - what are we aspiring to be?
Battle of Britain - our first topic
Year Six enjoyed spending time with their family members during their Inspire Workshop this week. The children worked alongside their grown up to play a variety of games to help them prepare for their SATs. The adults were impressed by how much Year Six already know!