Kingswood Day 5
On our last day, we finished off with practising our fencing skills in the sun and working on cooperation skills as a team. Sorry about all the muddy and wet laundry.
Kingswood Day 4 2019
Another enjoyable day at Kingswood. We started the day off by conquering our fear of heights on High Equilibrium. Then army crawled our way through a ‘trench’ of obstacles and mud. We dined on ‘Home way from Home’ food. Learned how to light fires in the Bushcraft area. Sorry our clothes are both muddy and smokey. Then tuned into our inner Robin Hood while practising our archery. We finished off our day showing off our dancing moves at the disco.
Thank you for the letters and cards you sent us. See you all tomorrow!!
Year 6 Kingswood Residential children
Kingswood Day 3
Today was a very WET day!!! We conquered our fear of heights on Jacob’s Ladder and built a shelter to get out of the rain. Got lost orienteering several times around the campus.Our meals took us to Italy with a range of Italian food. We finished the day as our very own superheroes in the scrapheap challenge, using only our hands and tape.
We aim to enjoy the aim enjoy the last few days, while keeping our values in check.
See you on Friday.
Year 6 Kingswood Residential children
Kingswood 2019 Day 1 and 2
Wow! We have been busy. Check out these photos of us…
Problem Solving challenge
Please note more photos will be added soon.
Love you and miss you
Year 6 Kingswood Residential children.
Hello and welcome back to 6N’s blog. If you are new to the blog, a very warm welcome and if you’re reading again you must have really like the first one!
The children have continued our fantastic and exciting start to year 6 with a great attitude and resilience. In literacy we have begun to look at the very famous poem, ‘The Lady of Shallot’ by Lord Alfred Tennyson. The children have really immersed themselves into the poem and as a result have produced some amazingly dark and emotive diary entries. However, the highlight of the last few weeks has been without a doubt the trip to Deptford Creek. On the day of the trip, we were greeted with beautiful sunshine and a very informative guide. As a class we were lucky enough to wade through the creek, seeing and learning some amazing things along the way. The children were able to go fishing in the creek as well as see the power of the moon and river Themes in action. Unbelievably, for the first time ever (according to our guide) the children were able to catch, a flounder, an eel, shrimp and a crab in their nets. Here are some of our highlights below.
Thanks again for reading,
6N Class Blog
Hello and a warm welcome to everyone visiting 6N’s class blog.
This is Mr Galloway (6N’s new teacher) and I will be regularly updating the class blog to keep everyone up to date with the wonderful learning that has been taking place in and out of our class.
I would like to report an extremely positive first few weeks back at school. The children have settle into year 6 very smoothly and can be proud of the way they have adapted to the new classroom, new teacher and new classmates.
We have already immersed ourselves deeply in the new curriculum and have some great work to show for it. This week the children have been practicing speech writing. Some children have used it as a rehearsal and practice opportunity for their up and coming head boy/girl speeches. Let me tell you, there will be some fierce competition this year for sure!
In Maths we have been looking to revisit our place value knowledge developed through the school and in our Geography topic we have been exploring the journey and features of rivers. The latter will provide us with a great foundation to thoroughly enjoy our trip to Creekside on Monday!
Thanks for reading,