Yesterday, 7th March, Year 6 took part in World Book Day. The whole school was involved in sharing stories and some amazing visitors (Sports coaches, Pets and the Governors) also shared their favourite books and tales with the children
During the day the Year 6 class participated in a wide variety of book-related activities:
We initially looked at Harry Potter and played Quidditch (Unfortunately in the Hall due to the weather) and we decided that it was a brilliant game that we’d play more of
Following Quidditch, we shared our stories with Year 3
After this, we read a section from the ‘Hunger Games’ by Suzanne Collins and became a district of Panem. We helld our own ‘reaping’ and worked out the probability that we may be picked as tributes. Dehean and Chloe ended up being our entrants in the imaginary ‘Hunger Games’.
In the afternoon, we read a section of the Time Machine by H.G Wells and became time travellers, speeding back through time finding out amazing facts about the past.
As our final activity we finished the school story (each class created a section on a magical tale) we have attached this below.
It was a great day