This final month has been extremely eventful for Year Six.
Alongside continuing with our learning in all areas of the curriculum, we were involved in lots of different things.
During July, we have taken part in our last Primary School Sports’ Day. It was a lovely morning, where we took part in a number of events – and sprint racing and the egg and spoon race. The parents and teachers also got involved with their own races.
This year Crucial Crew resumed after a break but this Year the various services came to school. The workshops consisted of the NHS service speaking about healthy eating – specifically the monitoring of sugar intake, the fire service (what to do in the event of a house fire and fire alarms in the house) and the police force – speaking about anti-social behaviour and stranger danger (both out and about and online).
We finally performed our production of SPLASH! – with two productions in Abraham Darby Theatre – one to the rest of the school and one to parents. The show was enjoyed by everyone, and we were extremely proud of all the children. They really pushed themselves to perform brilliantly.
The last two days of school were celebrated in style with a Year Six Leavers’ Assembly – with awards, certificates and the opportunity for red carpet photographs. We also had a water fight on the field – which the children loved – especially having the opportunity to get the teachers wet! The water fight ended with a free ice cream from the ice cream van.
Our Year Six have been brilliant this year! We are extremely proud of all their achievements, and they have been a credit to Woodlands Primary. We know they will continue to be fantastic in their new school. Well done Year Six and Good Luck!