This morning we have discussed why we are wearing yellow and blue today. We talked sensitively about the situation in Ukraine and how we should show love and kindness to others. The children then made Ukrainian flags and waved them in support.

Rosa Parks Pop Art

As part of our Civil Rights topic, Year 6 looked at examples of artwork that promotes diversity and equality. After discussing different pieces, we decided to recreate Pop Art portraits of Rosa Parks. We used watercolours for the portrait and oil pastels to blend colours for a vibrant background.

South Africa

This week we have been learning about South Africa. Our focus book has been Handa’s Surprise. In Literacy, we have worked as a class to act out the story of ‘Handa’s Surprise’. The children used masks to act as the animals, taking the fruits from Handa’s basket in the correct Read more…

Mental Health Champions

Today, a group of children from Years 2-6, received their training to become student ‘Mental Health Champions’ for St Luke’s. They spent their morning completing a workshop delivered by  One Goal, who are a child centred health and well-being company that specialise in helping primary schools improve mental health and Read more…

Hello Yellow

On Friday, the whole school recognised and celebrated World Mental Health day by taking part in Hello Yellow to raise money for the fantastic Young Minds charity. The children came to school dressed in yellow, listened to assemblies that taught them about mental health, and took part in a range Read more…

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