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Red Nose Day

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                                                           Take a look at us modelling our Red Noses as part of Red Nose 2019!

World Book Day 2019

 

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For World Book Day 2019, Year 6T came dressed up as their favourite book characters. We had everything from The Cat in the Hat to the BFG! Take a look at some of our out-of-this-world costumes. As part of our World Book Day activities, we read the incredibly funny book: The Day the Crayons Quit. We wrote our own letters to Duncan, the owner of the crayons, expressing our feelings. 
Destination Judo
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Year 6 were lucky to have a judo session with specialist judo instructors. We played some different games to help us learn the judo moves!

Bring Your Parent To School
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For our 'Bring Your Parent/Grandparents To School' morning, we were getting messy and creating prints in the style of William Morris. Take a look at some of our parents, including Charlotte's dad who particularly loved the activity, joining in with their children and children's friends.

NSPCC Number Day
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In order to raise money for the NSPCC, Year 6 came in non-uniform for the day. We worked together with our friends to design, create and play our own number day games! Take a look at some of the fun we had!

Safety Works
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Year 6 visited Safety Works to find out how to keep safe when in our home and around the local environment, including keeping safe when travelling on the Metro, how to put someone into the recovery position, what would happen if you shop lift and the dangers of water.

Children in Need 2018
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For Children in Need 2018, Year 6 came dressed in spots to raise money for the amazing charity! Have a look at some of our amazing activities!

Remembrance Day
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As part of our celebrations of Remembrance Day 2018, Year 6 worked together to cut, glue and construct 3D poppies. Also, some children showed additional skills as they made their own poppies using amazing sewing skills. We put all of the poppies together to create a class wreath!

Golden Time- Brighton Bake Off
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For Golden Time, we loved working together to make our own Chocolate Crispie cakes, especially the eating part!

Harvest Festival 

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As part of Brighton Avenue's Harvest Festival, 6T and 6B performed 'Food Glorious Food' from the musical Oliver. We performed this for the school in St Chad's Church and at Brighton Avenue for our parents and carers.

Golden Time- Friendship Bracelets 
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During Golden Time, Year 6T have loved developing our fine motor skills and building up a range of techniques to create different friendship bracelets. 

Brighton Avenue Art Week- Local Landscapes
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During Art week, Year 6T created some outstanding masterpieces of the Tyne Bridge! We developed our sketching skills when we were sketching the Tyne Bridge, ensuring the shape and size of the bridge was accurate across the seven boxes. We also developed our skills when using water colours. In particular, we enjoyed blending different water colours together and looked making the water colours blend from dark to light. Some of these pieces of artwork have been selected to be displayed around school.

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