Class 6

Roman Week

Chelsea Houlihan (cshepherd) on: Class 6

Before half term, Class 6 really enjoyed taking part in Roman week. The week was filled with lots of exciting activities that gave the children a real insight into life in the Roman times. They made mosaics, Roman jewellery and Roman lamps out of clay.

Towards the end of the week, the children loved a Roman feast in the school hall tasting different types of food which were hand made by each class. Class 6 made Roman biscuits. We also hosted 'The Coppice Roman Games' which was lots of fun. They especially loved defeating 'Antonius' the Roman Gladiator. The children also raced to build a roman wall, threw bean bags to knock over Roman statues and had a chariot race.  

Class 6 looked fabulous in their outfits all week and made excellent Roman's. Well done everyone!

Enjoy the photos...

          

      

      

     

    

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Egyptian Masks

Chelsea Houlihan (cshepherd) on: Class 6

This blog is about Egyptians

Oh how busy we have been

We want to know your opinions

Take a look if you haven't already seen...

The children had to design

A Tutankhamun mask

They took great joy

In this amazing task!

The colours they used were beautiful

Yellow, gold and blue

Don't they look fantastic

Surely you can see it to!

We didn't just choose colours

We had to paint, stick and glue

The children did a super job

And the teachers' said 'wahooooo'

Now we have the finished product

Off they go up on display

Moving onto the next topic

We will see you another day!

 

           

         

         

 

 

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Tutankhamun face masks

Chelsea Houlihan (cshepherd) on: Class 6

This term, the children are looking at Egyptians and different aspects of their culture. In history we have been talking about Egypt, the pyramids and the pharaohs. Tutankhamun is the most famous Egyptian pharaoh and seemed very popular with the pupils. Therefore, in Design and Technology, the pupils have started designing their own Tutankhamun face masks. They will then make them and evaluate what they have done. Here is what we have done so far...

               

          

Keep a look out for the finished product... Thank you for reading!

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Inclusion

Chelsea Houlihan (cshepherd) on: Class 6

Since September, a number of pupils from class 6 have been going to Walton-le-Dale High School for their inclusion link. We have children undertaking Art, Science ,PE and I.C.T lessons. This is a fabulous opportunity for our pupils to socilaise, engage and enjoy new experiences. 

The children thoroughly enjoy going over to the High School and will continue to do so for the rest of the year. The Coppice School would like to say a big thank you to Walton-le-Dale for having us.

          

              

Keep a look out for more exciting posts on class 6's blog!

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Welcome Back!

Chelsea Houlihan (cshepherd) on: Class 6

Class 6 would like to welcome everybody back after the summer and give a big warm welcome to our new class teacher Zelda, Anthony the new teaching assistant and Jack, Matthew and Josh, our new students. All the children are settling back into school exceptionally well and are excited for the term ahead. This term we will be exploring food through a range of topics including Science where we will be looking at healthy and unhealthy foods and in History we are exploring how the rich and poor Tudors lived and what they ate. The children will also discover amazing art work by Carl Warner which links back to our theme of 'food'. Keep a close eye on class 6's blog to see what we will be up to over the coming weeks. 

Thank You 

Class 6 

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