The children have been working hard at home to complete an Ancient Greece Project. They could choose to decorate a terracotta plant pot in the style of Ancient Greece and plant some seeds, build their own Parthenon, make a shield that represents Spartans or Athenians, make a mask or research a God and make a fact file about them.
There’s a general election coming up on 8 June, where adults will vote to decide who will run the UK.
Although children aren’t able to vote, the choices made at the election will have a big impact on the lives of all children across the country.
But what would you do if you were prime minister?
Here are the Lever House Candidates for Prime Minister
Who will you vote for?
Voting has taken place and the new Prime Minister will be announced soon. Will we have a clear winner or will it be a hung parliament?
This week is Charity Week and the Year 6’s have been working extremely hard to produce fantastic stalls. Well done to all of you, we had a fantastic morning.
This week we have been learning how to say some body parts in Mandarin. We have been singing Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes.
We’ve had a fun Mandarin lesson this morning. We learnt how to say “This is my…. dad/mum/sister/brother etc
We’ve had a fantastic morning! The children in Year 5 have been teaching French, Russian, Gujarati, Wheelchair skills, Football skills, Cricket skills, Taekwondo, codes and Spainish.
We are reading the book Stormbreaker by Anthony Horowitz in class. It is our secret mission to create a new spy gadget that can be used by Alex Rider. We need to create a diagram of our gadget with labels explaining what it is and how it works. We also need to think about why the gadget is important for Alex. After we have designed our gadget we will be writing a persuasive advert to sell our gadget to the Secret Service.