Welcome to Eagles Class
We Love Wallop
Welcome back - I hope you all had a lovely half term.
This half term, our topic will be 'We Love Wallop'. For many in the class, it's the last half term before they leave Wallop School so it seems apt to celebrate their time at the school. We will also be looking at the history of Wallop, including finding out about local soldiers who lost their lives at war. We are hoping to have a number of visitors this half term who will bring a great deal of personal knowledge and experience to the class. At the end of term, we will also be putting on our end of year performance of 'Robin Hood and the Sherwood Hoodies' and we hope to see as many of you there as possible.
Have a look below at the homework projects for this half term.
Friday 26th May
It has been another busy week as we recovered from both SATs and the residential trip and prepared for half term.
Thank you to all parents who attended our outdoor learning session. Despite the sweltering weather, the children thoroughly enjoyed themselves and did extremely well building tall structures and rafts. The homework projects were also a resounding success. It was fantastic to see how imaginative some of the creations were.
Please have a look below to see photographs of the outdoor learning and some of the homework projects.
Friday 19th May
Little Canada week!
A hugely enjoyable and fun week was had by all those who attended the residential visit this week. The children took part in some incredible adventurous activities and thoroughly enjoyed themselves.
Friday 5th April
This week we were lucky enough to have a visit from Bitesize Bushcraft! The children took part in a range of activities including knife skills, fire making, shelter building and archery. It was an absolutely fantastic day and the children had a lot of fun. This will hopefully inspire us for the rest of our Survivor topic.
We have already begun using our Bitesize Bushcraft knowledge as we wrote recounts of our day and next week we will be trying to convince Mr Lambert to let all classes have a taste of outdoor learning.
This is also the final week before the year 6 take part in their SATs. They have worked incredibly hard and should try to see it as an opportunity to show off what they know rather than as a 'test'. Myself, Mr Lambert and all the teachers in the school can see how much they have improved and just want them to do their best with a smile on their faces.