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One of our favourite songs from today's service - enjoy!

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Year 6 attended their School Leaver's Service at Liverpool Cathedral, today - what a breath-taking place!

The Hula Hooping Tune

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Bryn St. Peter's Sport Enrichment Week - Year 6 - Fencing and Hula Hooping

Sports Enrichment Week - Art Work of The World's Greatest - Muhammad Ali

Sports Enrichment Week - Art Work  of The World's Greatest - Muhammad Ali 1

Bryn St. Peter's Summer Fair - Welly Wanging

Mrs. Collier, Miss Swann, Mrs. Brady, Mr. Greaves and Miss Otty would like to say a huge well done and an even bigger thank you for trying so hard with your tests this week - you're ALL incredible! : D

Mrs. Collier, Miss Swann, Mrs. Brady, Mr. Greaves and Miss Otty would like to say a huge well done and an even bigger  thank you for trying so hard with your tests this week - you're ALL incredible!  : D 1

Have you ever wanted to swim through a lake of vanilla and choc-chip ice cream? Do you dream of dipping your toes into an ocean of lemonade whilst reading a book peacefully beneath a pasta palm trees as a milk chocolate train whizzes past? Well... now you've got the chance! Our Year 6 children are embarking on a wonderful adventure where they will be designing a persuasive leaflet that will grab your curiosity and (fingers crossed) persuade you to visit their delicious worlds. However, I must warn you of the colossal calorie count hidden within a mountain of Swiss cheese (yes - I did say a mountain), not to mention the temptation of the Candy Land which is nestled into pages 13 and 14 of Carl Warner's brilliant book - A WORLD OF FOOD. Finally, consider yourselves warned about the marshmallow clouds and the lollipop trees - your mouth WILL water!)

Have you ever wanted to swim through a lake of vanilla and choc-chip ice cream?  Do you dream of dipping your toes into an ocean of lemonade whilst reading a book peacefully beneath a pasta palm trees as a milk chocolate train whizzes past? Well... now you've got the chance!   Our Year 6 children are embarking on a wonderful adventure where they will be designing a persuasive leaflet that will grab your curiosity and (fingers crossed) persuade you to visit their delicious worlds. However, I must warn you of the colossal calorie count hidden within a mountain of Swiss cheese (yes - I did say a mountain), not to mention the temptation of the Candy Land which is nestled into pages 13 and 14 of Carl Warner's brilliant book - A WORLD OF FOOD. Finally, consider yourselves warned about the marshmallow clouds and the lollipop trees - your mouth WILL water!)  1

The Lenten Appeal - Our school have very proudly been raising money in lots of different ways. Here are our Year 6 children doing their bit by holding their own Pyjama Day! Onsie. Two. Three...CHEESE! :)

Eco Week- Mrs Mealey visits Year 6 to help us make some pine-cone bird feeders! Feeling peckish, anyone?

Year 6's Easter Experience - Our 'Eggcellent' Trip to Church!

Y6 World Book Day 2016 - prize winners

Y6 World Book Day 2016 - prize winners 1 Awesome effort Ruby and David - great puppets

Y6 - Making the World Better Place - Our class assembly focused on the things that we can do to make the world a better place to live in. The children embraced the whole idea and produced a fantastic assembly for both Key Stages. They also sang two very heart-warming songs: Michael Jackson's 'Heal The World' and Bruno Mars' 'Count On Me'. Well done, Year 6 - YOU WERE BRILLIANT!

Y6 - Making the World  Better Place - Our class assembly focused on the things that we can do to make the world a better place to live in. The children embraced the whole idea and produced a fantastic assembly for both Key Stages. They also sang two very heart-warming songs: Michael Jackson's 'Heal The World' and Bruno Mars' 'Count On Me'. Well done, Year 6 - YOU WERE BRILLIANT!  1

Pre-Topic understanding VS an updated understanding of the human eye - this allows us to see the child's learning journey, showing exactly what they knew at the start of the topic and (hopefully) revealing how they've developed their understanding by the end.

Pre-Topic understanding VS an updated understanding of the human eye - this allows us to see the child's learning journey, showing exactly what they knew at the start of the topic and (hopefully) revealing how they've developed their understanding  by the end.  1 Could you label it? Give it a go!

We've got our EYES on you!! Y6 - LIGHT - Today we looked at the components of the human eye and how they help us to process light and information in order to see - pretty cool, huh?

We've got our EYES on you!!  Y6 - LIGHT - Today we looked at the components of the human eye and how they help us to process light and information in order to see - pretty cool, huh?  1 Diagram of the eye. How many could you label?
We've got our EYES on you!!  Y6 - LIGHT - Today we looked at the components of the human eye and how they help us to process light and information in order to see - pretty cool, huh?  2 Is this diagram correct? Can explain the error?
We've got our EYES on you!!  Y6 - LIGHT - Today we looked at the components of the human eye and how they help us to process light and information in order to see - pretty cool, huh?  3 How about this one? Can you spot the error?

The Pop Project Visits Key Stage 2 - British Values Style!

Year 6 celebrate British Values week in style with a selection of traditional playground games!

Monday 28th of September marks the beginning of our 'British Values Week' here at Bryn St. Peter's, and to celebrate the occasion (Year 6 style) the class have been requested to learn some tricky words, often associated with the olden days of Britain, for our weekly spellings test. Take a look at them and see if you can figure out their meaning - good luck!

Monday 28th of September marks the beginning of our 'British Values Week' here at Bryn St. Peter's, and to celebrate the occasion (Year 6 style) the class have been requested to learn some tricky words, often associated with the olden days of Britain, for our weekly spellings test.  Take a look at them and see if you can figure out their meaning - good luck! 1

Come and 'Share a Prayer' in our Year 6 Reflection Area

Come and 'Share a Prayer' in our Year 6 Reflection Area 1 Year 6 welcomes you to come and 'Share a prayer'..

Year 6 'pull the short straw' in their daily 'Maths Challenge' - a great way to start the day!

Knitted Bible Stories - Years 1 and 6 take a trip to church

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