Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you - for such an amazing week! I can't believe how much we have done - Theseus, Busking Day, DT and Greek Day - all in one week!
All of Y6 has been sprinkled with togas today as we 'went Greek', learning how to arm wrestle, imitate chickens and (for the boys), walk around in a skirt. 6L did particularly well in the Olympic Games, especialy Callum who won a gold medal in the Flags event. Well done Callum!
Pictures from Greek Day can be found here.
What a talented bunch we are! Musicians, comedians, dancers, puppeteers, magicians and lots more! Well done to everyone who took part, you raised a lot of money for a very good cause. A special mention has to go to Jasmina and Anna-Maria who performed on the 'Main Stage' - you were fantastic.
We still have a long way to go but our DT models already look amazing. Next week we should be able to pubklish some wonderful pictures of the final product.
On Tuesday morning, 6L proved that they are not only impressive actors but also directors, producers, script writers and, most especially, collaborators. They worked together to write a four act play, worked together to practise and improve their acting skills and worked together to stage it at 4 different locations around the school. I was so proud of the way you all treated each other and each other's ideas with respect. Well done.
Alyssia and Desiree
As we get to the end of the school year, it is inevitable that our attention turns to Y7 and the move to secondary school. Two of our class moved on to these greener pastures this week and both with be greatly missed by 6L and all of Y6. Alyssia will be moving to New York this summer while Desiree moves to Japan. We wish them both the very best of luck and can't wait to hear all about their great adventures very soon.
Once a 6L - always a 6L!