To find out how the Year 6 children and staff managed to link dance to English, PE and drama, visit our Shakespeare page.
Solicitor, Brendon Christian, met the Year 6 children to talk about his job. He explained what the role of the solicitor is, how it differs from a barrister before leading the children in role plays.
Wanted - Missing Shapes
A student is missing a shape. Here are the clues to help you find out which shape it is:
One regular shape with two pairs of parallel sides. It has no perpendicular sides. All sides are equal. Sometimes people say it looks like a diamond and is disguised as a jelly sweet.
All sides add up to 360 degrees.
Have you seen it?
Ragged School Museum
Year 6 children took a journey back in time at the Ragged School Museum in Mile End where they experienced what life was like in the Victorian times. They met the strict school mistress, Miss Perkins, and learned about how people bathed and washed their clothes.
Year 6 do like to be beside the seaside...
The general feedback from the Year 6 children after their day at Walton-on-the-Naze was that it was just too short! They had a wonderful time at the beach taking part in sandcastle competitions, relay races and more.