Well done to the boys and girls who represented our Year 6 Mini-Police squad at an assembly in Bedwas High School this morning. The Mini-Police shared with PC Madley their concerns regarding litter, vandalism, graffiti and anti-social behaviour within the community so we joined the assembly to ask all the pupils in KS3 to support and help our community work. Tnank you to PC Madley for all his help and support.
Please visit the Schoolbeat website for lots of important information for parents and pupils. The information and activities will support class work and also PC Madley's lessons.
This half term D6 will be learning about the First World War, you may have noticed the topic being discussed on the news with the centenary of the and of the War heading closer. The children will be learning about the impact that the war had on the World and the local area. They will be learning about life on the frontline in the trenches and life back at home.
They will also be performing Macbeth at Blacwood Miners Institute on Wednesday 14th November; the children have worked extremely hard to learn there parts. The audience are in for a treat, it will be an evening filled with drama and magic.
Keep checking the website for trip updates- we are in the process of scheduling exciting activities.
Spring term 1 - Welcome back
Our topic for this term is 'Croeso i Gymru' we will be studying the Welsh National Park - The Brecon Beacons. We are very lucky to being in collaboration with 'Keep Britain Tidy' and will be completing a projecting about surface flooding. We will tie this project into our topic of The Brecon Beacons and will be looking at flooding within the areas and how this can be prevented. We will also be looking at renewable energy and how this is used within the area.
The home school task for the spring term: To create an advertisement for renewable energy; this may be a poster, leaflet or song.
Llantarnam Grange Art Lesson
D6 have enjoyed a fantastic morning appreciating the artwork of Welsh artists and creating their own masterpieces. Thank you to our friends, Louise and Alice for a wonderful art lesson.