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    Thrupp Leavers' 2020 - Year 6, you are AMAZING and we will miss you all very much! Keep in contact, we know that you will be happy and successful as you start your secondary school education. Remember to shine bright, and always continue to 'Do Your Best To Be Your Best' 🎓⭐

    13th July - We had lots of fun creating our own Hama bead designs!

    Please note: from Monday 1st June the Owls email address will be restricted (the only emails that will be replied to from this address are for the Y6 children who will not be coming back to school at all). Please pass any questions through your child to ask either Miss Greenwood or Miss Barwell when they are in school 😊

     

    We are incredibly proud of how hard you are all working, and love seeing your smiling faces! 

    Week 14 - Week Commencing 13th July - Y6 Learning

    REMINDER: Mortar boards need to be in school by Thursday 9th July.

    Week Commencing 6th July - We had a fantastic time glass painting in a range of designs and then undertaking a quiz between the two bubbles. We also loved playing BINGO!

    3rd July - Reseraching Countries and designing our own flags

    2nd July 2020 - Today we had a visit from PC Weedon. He taught us about a range of topics, including keeping our possessions safe, road safety, racism, alcohol and drugs, and about the life of a police officer. He very kindly gifted us a set of LED lights for our bikes when we start secondary school and a set of Gloucestershire Police Dogs Top Trumps! 🚓

    Virtual Sports Week is here!!

    Activity cards are available to download below.
    For every activity you complete, you will earn Tree Points for your team.

     Please email, your activity totals and photos to sportsday@thrupp.gloucs.sch.uk

    Have fun!

     

    June 26th - Researching Martin Luther King Jr and his importance in the civil rights movement

    25th June - Today we had a socially distanced visit from the local school support Police Officer, PC Weedon, who educated us about a range of different topics. We also produced our own optical illusion artwork and spent lots of time outside in the glorious sunshine 🌞🌳🌸

    Week Commencing 22nd June - Hill climbs, learning the NATO alphabet, thank you posters for postal workers, French challenges and outside sunshine happiness! 🌞🏃✉️

    The United Nations' (UN) World Refugee Day is observed on June 20 each year. This international event honours the courage, strength and determination of women, men and children who are forced to flee their homeland under threat of persecution, conflict and violence.

    World Refugee Day Events

    This annual commemoration is celebrated in over 100 countries worldwide. The event, which involved aid workers, celebrities, government officials and displaced persons, come together to honour the strength displayed by refugees everywhere. The events of World Refugee Day also recognises the contributions of refugees in their communities.

    Events include the following:

    • Protests against issues such as using former prisons to detain asylum-seekers.
    • Screenings of films centred around the lives of refugees living in western countries.
    • Members of humanitarian organisations offering support visiting refugees, in some cases visiting in their places of detention.
    • Letters or petitions to governments seeking to improve the treatment of asylum-seekers.

    Recent Digital Issue of First News

    Week Commencing 15th June - Pupils designing their own rainforest animals

    Another wonderful week of learning and preparing for secondary school!

    Pride events celebrate LGBTQ+ culture and pride. Pride is a positive stance against discrimination and is celebrated globally with many events, activities and parades happening all over the world. We will be learning more in school next week, and there are some resources below to support your learning 🏳️‍🌈

    This year marks 50 years since the Stonewall Uprising and all the moments that have made us feel Pride. Pride month has been recognised since 1970, one year after the Stonewall Rebellion which took place on June 28th 1969, commemorating the impact the riots had had on society.

    Recent Digital Issue of First News

    Week Commencing 8th June - SPORTS THEME: Researching our TOPIC

    Week Commencing 1st June - Welcome back! It is so lovely to see your smiling faces 😊

    Recent Digital Issue of First News

    21.05.20 Update: Y6 Letter from Miss Greenwood

    Daily live interactive radio show with Pie Corbett

    Every weekday morning at 9.30am Pie presents on RadioBlogging.net This is a free internet literacy radio show aimed at KS2 that includes language games, creative writing and guest input from famous authors such as Frank Cottrell-Boyce. The programmes are interactive – the children write during the programme and afterwards. All of the shows that have been broadcast are available to listen back to online at RadioBlogging.net Visit RadioBlogging.net here.

    Additional Learning

    If you would like any additional learning, there are lots of resources on the previous 'Owls' Home Learning page - scroll to the end of the page to find a range of Maths and English tasks, as well as Brain Teasers, Challenges and useful website links!

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