Pupils created William Morris inspired mugs and Christmas jumpers using a range of textiles and materials. Thank you so much to all of the kind parents and Carers who purchased the mugs and acrylic markers for the class. They turned out fab! Happy Christmas, from us to you.
Autumn 2- Inventors and Innovation Page
This term we will be investigating all of the amazing Inventors of the Victorian period of history and creating our own inventions for 2020. We will be comparing our life and school life to those in the Victorian era as well as studying the artist William Morris. Pupils will be making circuits and investigating aspects of electricity. Pupils created their own circuits and outdoor games from our natural resources in the forest.
Autumn 1 is our Vicious Viking Topic
Our lovely class have been settling back to school and have been eager and excited to get back to their learning- and seeing their friends. We’ve had lots of fun and smiling faces in our first week back. Fridays will be ‘Forest Fridays’ and we had a wonderful first Friday in the forest this week. We created lots of Viking inspired art using natural materials.
Welcome back P6 2020
Dear Primary Six Parents and Carers,
Hopefully this email finds you and all of your families safe and well. I hope you have enjoyed a good rest and are ready to get back to Cedar.
I have attached a video for you and your children to watch, which will give you some insight into the changes we have put in place for their protection on entering the school each morning.
Below is a list of guidelines for returning to Primary Six;
-Every Monday and Thursday pupils are permitted to wear their jogging bottoms and trainers to school as these will be their PE days. PE kits/bags are not permitted in school.
- No school bags.
- No pencil cases. I will be providing all of the necessary equipment required. If things change and they are able to bring in further resources of their own, I will let you know.
- Can pupils bring in Wellies that are labelled with their name on. These wellies will stay in school and will not return home.
- Can pupils bring a coat in with them every day.
- Can we try and have lunch boxes/lunch bags which are wipeable or disposable. Water bottles are permitted; can these be labelled. They will stay at their desks every day.
-If possible can pupils bring in tissues, anti-bacterial wipes and pump dispenser soap to be used in the classroom.
We are really excited to welcome you all back over the next few weeks and I cannot wait to get our new school year started!
If you have any further questions you can contact me through my email firstname.lastname@example.org
Carol O’Sullivan and Kathy Cardy