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St Saviour's Church Schools

Darwin: Mrs Offler

Term 3 Spelling list

Meeting Sven and Blitzen

year 6 Class party

It's beginning to look at lot like Christmas... in Darwin Class...

Here are our sketches. We have been learning about shading and how to create 3D shape and form.

Spellings - All terms

20th Century Entertainment and Leisure Presentations


A massive thank you to Grevil and Richard for coming into school to do some amazing workshops with the children this week.  We have had so much fun and we have definitely learnt some new skills!

Stay and Play

Acting Workshop

Watercolour painting

Question a Christian with Rachel Leigh-Wood

Coil Clay Pots

Well being week: Yoga

Walk Through the Bible - can you work out which story from the Bible these freeze frames come from?



This term, Year 6 are carrying out a longitudinal history study, learning about entertainment and leisure during the 20th Century.  We will be learning about pastimes across the decades and factors which affected them, as well as inventions which brought about new leisure activities.

For homework, we would like you to research one activity or pastime from the 20th Century.  You can present your research as a booklet, poster, PowerPoint...or perhaps you have a more original idea of your own!

Try to include...

  • When the activity was first enjoyed
  • Who enjoyed the activity
  • What the pastime involved/details about the activity
  • Was there a key individual/group of people that made it happen?
  • Is it still enjoyed today? Has it changed at all?

Set: Friday 10th January (You must be prepared to tell your teacher the pastime you are researching on Friday 17th)

Due in: Friday 14th February (Presentation to the class).

Merry Christmas from Class 1

Maths using concrete materials

Boys' Football Tournament 2019

Pilgrims' Walk - Wells' Cathedral visit

Circuits - how voltage affects the brightness of the lamps

Reading Rivers


Your task is to think about what makes you a reader.  What do you read through the week?  Find an example and stick it on, or draw your version of it, or write it down on your page. 


Bring the Reading River into school when you are done and we can talk about what you like to read and what could inspire us to read.


If you cannot print off any images at home, make a list of what you want and we will find time at school to do it. 


There is no deadline for this, but try to get them back to school in the next couple of weeks. 

Investigating Light

Chocolate 'fossil' hunting

Cross Country at St. Mark's.