Welcome to 6SF!
We are very excited to be able to share our last learning experiences with you during our final few weeks at Primary School!!
We apologise for not updating our blog last week as we have been extremely busy rehearsing for our year 6 production. We have been making props, and practising songs for our play and leaver's assembly.
During the week we recorded our memories of SMRP ready to read out at today's church service and our leaver's assembly. At the end of the year there will be lots of teachers leaving and to say goodbye some children made brilliant cards for them wishing them Good Luck. Each child also wrote a memory of each of their classmates and everyone will have a book with their messages in. We picked names out the pot for who would design the covers of our cards and there are some wonderful designs!
We were also picking names for our end-of-year-6 Secret Santa. The maximum to spend is £3 and the minimum £2. Everyone is looking forward to it but nobody can tell anyone who they have or they will not be able to recieve their gifts!
We have a lot morwe events to look forward to. Our Year 6 leaver's picnic in the park the disco the leaver's assembly, and our party! We have already performed our play to the school and parents and it went brilliantly! Our Year 5 teacher Mr Town came to see it, along with Otis who helped us with our dance, which was great and everyone did great acting.
Last week on Friday we went on a train to Weston super-mare (using the money from our mini enterprise project!) where we sunbathed, played with frisbees, dug holes, buried each other and ate a lot of sweets candyfloss and chips!!! We also had a ride on the Weston Eye which was as not scary as it looked and a ride on a traditional carousel!
It's been a very hot and tiring week but we are still having loads of fun in the time leading up to our last day! This will be our last blog, as our last day is on Wednesday when we can all sign each other's t-shirts. We have all loved our time and have many happy memories of St Mary Redcliffe and we are sad to say goodbye.