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For the Easter Service, Class 5 re-told the part of the Easter story where the Jewish people chose to sentence Jesus to death over Barabbas.
The congregation joined in as the people who shouted, "Kill him on the cross!"
Jesus had a crown of thorns placed on his head and then walked down the aisle with the soldiers.
This afternoon we went to Church to 'Experience Easter' with Alan and Ruth...
We have had lots of fun this half term learning about the bible in an interactive way.
Haven't we been lucky with the weather today? We had a wonderful morning completing Level 1 of the Bike Right course today on the school playground. We talked about how to check the safety of a bike and it's as easy as A B C... A for Air, B for Brakes and C for cogs and chains.
Have a look at us in action!
We had a great time in our first Bible Explorer session today!
We discovered how to easily find stories in the bible and what the word 'bible' actually means - books! That's because there are 39 books in the Old Testament and 27 books in the New Testament. That's A LOT of books...
We played a game called 'The Creationary Game'
In the game, we had to use play-dough to create an elephant and then to create a tree. Joe won a point for 'best elephant' and Lucy won for 'best tree'. But then Mr Tomlinson asked us to create something without any play-dough. He wanted us to create a human without anything at all!
We talked about how God managed to create things just by speaking.
We learnt about the rules that God made and some of the people who broke them. We talked about Cain and Abel, Noah and the Flood and the Tower of Babel.
We had lots of fun learning about the bible today and we can't wait to learn more next week!
Today, we had a visit from Andy, Ellen & James from Lymm Fire Service. They gave us lots of information about fire safety and told us what to do:
We learnt lots of really useful facts and information!
Then we went into the smoke tent. Thankfully, it wasn't real smoke though! It started to fill the tent really quickly and then it was almost impossible to see. We had to crouch down to the floor where the smoke was thinner. Then we could crawl to our escape route.
Here are some photos from the smoke tent:
Happy New Year and welcome back to Class 5!
I am so excited to be back in school and can't wait to get started on our work for this year.
PE this term will take place on a Tuesday afternoon, but please keep your kit in school all week in case of last minute changes to the timetable.
Music will continue to take place on a Wednesday afternoon with Mr Guitar.
Home learning will continue as normal. You are also still expected to read at home for 30 minutes per day, as well as practising spellings and times tables for weekly tests. You will receive new topic home learning based on our new history topic - the Anglo Saxons.
More information about what we will be learning about this term can be found on the Spring curriculum newsletter.
If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Mrs Ames & Mrs Pawson