Enterprise Stalls Class 10

This week Class 10 have worked extremely hard to raise money for their upcoming London Trip and for a charity of their choice by running stalls Thursday and Friday afternoon. I am so proud of the class for the dedication they have shown to creating their stalls, buying resources and designing posters. We will work together as a class to decide on the charity they wish to donate to.

After today’s stalls the class have raised just over £800!!!

 

Year 6 London Trip

Year 6 are in London visiting the Houses of Parliament, Science Museum and sightseeing.  They have seen where the prime minister lives and works, the twelve statues of British, Commonwealth, and Anglosphere political
figures in Parliament Square and the home of the Royal Horse Guards.  A gentle stroll through the Royal Parks led them to Buckingham Palace. The children have been fabulous and have had a wonderful time in the city.

Shakespeare Rocks Costume List

Hi everyone,

I am just reposting the “Shakespeare Rocks” costume list. Any questions please feel free to come and ask me.

Thanks

Miss Bingham

Aubrey, Al (Mollie and Cody)

Loose shirt (black, white or one solid colour)

Slim trousers rolled up and worn with trainers


Anne and Susanna (Esme and Samantha)

Long skirt (any colour, any pattern), blouse or plain t-shirt tucked in,

pulled in at the waist with belt or sash, Trainers

hair up in a bun.

 

Hamnet (Daniel)

Flat cap, white shirt, waistcoat or braces, shorts and trainers

 

Jude (Charles)

White shirt, shorts and trainers.

 

Will (1, 2 and 3) (Bethan)

Full sleeved white or cream gypsy style shirt with open neck, dark trousers (not denim, but black skinny jeans ok and black leggings ok), trousers tucked in to knee high dark boots in black or tan. (black wellies would do)

Will 3 needs a blonde wig.

 

Ollie (Gracie)

Full sleeved coloured shirt (not white or cream) dark trousers (not denim, but black skinny jeans or black leggings), trousers tucked in to knee high dark boots in black or tan. (Black wellies would do)

 

Rapping Minstrels (Ayden and Sonny)

Bright tops or single colour hoodies, joggers or jeans, trainers, sunglasses and baseball caps. Gold jewellery.

 

Fans  (Keelan and Mayson)

Colourful clothes of any sort to create an over the top look e.g. bright shorts, bright shirt and sunglasses.

 

Burbage (Emmie)

Baggy long-sleeved shirt/blouse, velvet jacket or similar smart look, belt,

Trousers tucked into knee-high boots.

 

Nic (Faye)

Baggy long-sleeved shirt/blouse belted at waist,

Skinny trousers or leggings tucked into knee-high boots (or dark wellies), OR baggier trousers tucked into knee high socks and black shoes.

 

Men dressed as women (Zach and Archie)

Wigs or hair (if long enough)

Dress or skirt and top. Any fancydress dress would be perfect.

 

Women (Marley, Jaymee, Mya)

Nice dress or skirt and top.

 

Actors  (Oscar and Daniel)

Loose shirts or long sleeve tops, belts, skinny trousers or leggings, knee high boots (wellies at a push)

 

 

Painters (Charlie and Rayfe)

Stripy tops, Rolled up trousers, jeans or leggings, trainers.

 

Queen Elizabeth (Olwenna)

Hair up in a high bun, tight t-shirt with neck ruff attached so that it sits high and long skirt, or long full dress, pearls and beads, trainers and a crown. (We can make ruff in school.)

 

Street (Isabella)

Jeans, boots or wellies, plain t-shirt in any bold colour, high viz vest, hard hat.

(School can provide high viz)

 

Beer Seller (Jack)

White t-shirt., trousers and trainers.

 

Sorcerers (Ava and Thomas)

Black dresses or long skirts/trousers with black T-shirt/long sleeved top, trainers, dark sunglasses,

Black cloak if you have one.

 

Bernie (Archie)

Baggy long-sleeved shirt, belt, dark trousers, boots

 

Mac (Daniel)

Grey top, Dark trousers, sword,

 

Banquo (Zach)

Grey top, Dark trousers, sword,

 

Romeo (Oscar)

Long shirt belted at the waist, trousers, boots, leather jacket.

 

Juliet (Olwenna)

A white dress in any style.

 

Shakespeare Rocks Costume List

Hi everyone,

Below is the costume list for our end of year production “Shakespeare Rocks” Please do not feel any pressure to buy anything new. Please use clothes and items your child already has, as the costumes can be flexible. Most costumes are based around the Shakespearian era. We will be able to provide some parts of the children’s costumes such as high viz jackets, hard hats, swords etc. Please ask if you want clarification or there are any issues. I’m happy to help!

Aubrey, Al (Mollie and Cody)

Loose shirt (black, white or one solid colour)

Slim trousers rolled up and worn with trainers


Anne and Susanna (Esme and Samantha)

Long skirt (any colour, any pattern), blouse or plain t-shirt tucked in,

pulled in at the waist with belt or sash, Trainers

hair up in a bun.

 

Hamnet (Daniel)

Flat cap, white shirt, waistcoat or braces, shorts and trainers

 

Will (1, 2 and 3) (Bethan)

Full sleeved white or cream gypsy style shirt with open neck, dark trousers (not denim, but black skinny jeans ok and black leggings ok), trousers tucked in to knee high dark boots in black or tan. (black wellies would do)

Will 3 needs a blonde wig.

 

Ollie (Gracie)

Full sleeved coloured shirt (not white or cream) dark trousers (not denim, but black skinny jeans or black leggings), trousers tucked in to knee high dark boots in black or tan. (Black wellies would do)

 

Rapping Minstrels (Ayden and Sonny)

Bright tops or single colour hoodies, joggers or jeans, trainers, sunglasses and baseball caps. Gold jewellery.

 

Fans  (Keelan and Mayson)

Colourful clothes of any sort to create an over the top look e.g. bright shorts, bright shirt and sunglasses.

 

Burbage (Emmie)

Baggy long-sleeved shirt/blouse, velvet jacket or similar smart look, belt,

Trousers tucked into knee-high boots.

 

Nic (Faye)

Baggy long-sleeved shirt/blouse belted at waist,

Skinny trousers or leggings tucked into knee-high boots (or dark wellies), OR baggier trousers tucked into knee high socks and black shoes.

 

Men dressed as women (Zach and Archie)

Wigs or hair (if long enough)

Dress or skirt and top. Any fancydress dress would be perfect.

 

Women (Marley, Jaymee, Mya)

Nice dress or skirt and top.

 

Actors  (Oscar and Daniel)

Loose shirts or long sleeve tops, belts, skinny trousers or leggings, knee high boots (wellies at a push)

 

 

Painters (Charlie and Rayfe)

Stripy tops, Rolled up trousers, jeans or leggings, trainers.

 

Queen Elizabeth (Olwenna)

Hair up in a high bun, tight t-shirt with neck ruff attached so that it sits high and long skirt, or long full dress, pearls and beads, trainers and a crown. (We can make ruff in school.)

 

Street (Isabella)

Jeans, boots or wellies, plain t-shirt in any bold colour, high viz vest, hard hat.

(School can provide high viz)

 

Beer Seller (Jack)

White t-shirt., trousers and trainers.

 

Sorcerers (Ava and Thomas)

Black dresses or long skirts/trousers with black T-shirt/long sleeved top, trainers, dark sunglasses,

Black cloak if you have one.

 

Bernie (Archie)

Baggy long-sleeved shirt, belt, dark trousers, boots

 

Mac (Daniel)

Grey top, Dark trousers, sword,

 

Banquo (Zach)

Grey top, Dark trousers, sword,

 

Romeo (Oscar)

Long shirt belted at the waist, trousers, boots, leather jacket.

 

Juliet (Olwenna)

A white dress in any style.

Children who have non speaking roles need to be dressed in trousers, plain t-shirt of any colour and trainers.

Thank you

Miss Bingham

 

Refugee Week Class 9 and 10

This week for Refugee Week Class 9 and Class 10 learnt about why Refugee week is so important and how to make people aware of it. We started by recapping prior knowledge of refugees and discussed the cruel journeys they may face. Both classes designed their own acts of kindness animation and wrote a poem or piece of writing about Refugees to go alongside it. Below are some examples from both classes.

80th Anniversary D-Day

We had the honour of commemorating the 80th Anniversary of D-Day with personnel from RAF Shawbury. It was a humbling experience to hear serving personnel speak about the significance of D-Day, the importance of remembrance, and to witness our students march in solidarity as a class.  The children were fascinated with the RAF Museum’s artefacts and  enjoyed interaction with them.  A big thank you to the RAF from St Mary’s for making this day very special.

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Class 10 Weekly News

Happy Half Term Everyone!!

Class 10 have worked extremely hard this half term and I am very proud of what they have achieved.

This week Class 10 have been working hard in History. They started the week by comparing Tudor Christmas, food, games and music to modern day. They worked in pairs to create a comparison poster of their findings. Today, Class 10 continued their history topic by learning about Tudor houses. They learnt about the structure of the buildings, the difference between wealthy and poor Tudor buildings and the interior designs.

Also, this week Class 10 completed a science investigation to investigate changes to microorganisms. They used amounts of sugar and yeast to test how they react and how yeast grows. They used milk bottles to place the mixture inside, placed a balloon over the top and watched over a period of time to measure how much the balloon inflated.

Have a lovely half term everyone!

Miss Bingham

 

Class 10 Weekly News

Congratulations Class 10 on Completing SATs!

Class 10 have shown dedication, determination and a positive attitude throughout this whole week. It has been so nice to witness the exceptional effort and positive attitude displayed by each and every pupil during the SATs assessments. Their commitment to their studies and their resilience in the face of challenging questions has been commendable. I am very proud of all of them! As parents, I am sure you are incredibly proud of your children’s achievements, and you should be! This milestone marks a significant accomplishment in their academic journey.

A few parents have been asking about recommended books their children over the past few weeks. Please see below a document with the new recommended list from the TopicsforBooks website for recommended reads for children in Year 6.

Year-6-Recommended-Reads-Checklist-2024

Today the class enjoyed making pizzas and going to the park to celebrate the completion of their SATs and I hope they have a restful weekend – they really do deserve it!

Have a lovely weekend everyone!

Miss Bingham