At the start of Y6, the children had to opportunity to visit Crucial Crew.
The children took part in many different scenarios about safety.
Below are some of the activities they were involved in.
As part of Year 1 Science, we visited Eureka Science Museum in Halifax. We had a great finding out about the human body, what happens to our food when we eat it, through a ‘Chew to Poo’ workshop and finding out about the community.
Year 1 had a visit from the Fire service to support our learning. Children were very excited and loved that the fire engine came up the drive flashing its lights and sirens. We learnt about the different parts and equipment a fire engine has, sat inside the cab and got to use the fire hose. It was very powerful.
This morning in The Main Event, Year 5 thought about What Christians believe.
We asked questions such as:
Do you think there is a God? Why or why not?
If you could ask God one question, what would it be?
According to Christianity, where do people fit into God’s world?
What could Jesus do to convince people that he was telling the truth?
What do Christian’s believe was achieved by Jesus’ death?
Later, we tried more outdoor activities with our friends.
Year 4 had a wonderful day on Friday 11th October when they experienced what it would be like to be a real Roman.
Go to the bottom of the Year 5 page to see some Tough Mudder photos. https://wsap.academy/year5/
A huge well done to all of the year 1 children who performed Richard III at Magna on Friday night- you were superb!
Here are few photos from the special event. We’ll add the professional photos as soon as they reach us.
As part of our topic ‘Ancient Greece’, Year 5 went on a visit to Weston Park Museum. They took part in a workshop learning the story of Athena and the creation of Athens. They were able to create their own Parthenon using columns and walls made from polystyrene. They were also able to create their our aulos, which are an instrument the Greeks played that looked like a two parted flute.
In the afternoon, the children had the chance to look around the various exhibits in the museum, such as What on Earth!, Sheffield Life and Times and Beneath our Feet. They discovered lots to do with our local history.
For more photos, take a look at our photo gallery.