Next half term, our topic is treasure island. Over the break, you have the opportunity to create anything relating to that theme, 2d or 3d. If you need to, look at the picture for some inspiration. Have fun!
Today, we met a cheeky East End street rat, who introduced us to three East End characters, who lived and worked in the area around the Museum of London Docklands over the last 100 years. Through an exciting mix of puppetry and physical theatre, we got an insight into the lives and stories of:
– Ben Tillett (1860-1943) His experiences in the Dock Workers Strike
– Minnie Baldock (1864-1954) Suffragette
– Kamal Chunchie (1886-1953) Sri Lankan immigrant and philanthropist
We learned about the lives and experiences of these people in the past, and were invited to think about what it means to be an EastEnder, and how we can contribute to our school and wider community today.
Father Keith celebrated today’s mass with Malachi. We will took part praying and reading the readings and intercessions.
Today, all children in Malachi paired up with each other, sharing their strengths to edit their writing. Have a look at the sheer dedication.
Remember these rules to solve your equations.
Year six today were lucky enough to have a talk from Helena, a journalist and editor of the Sainsbury’s Magazine, as part of our Career’s Week. Year six were given some insider tips about the world of journalism, investigation and the importance of evidence. We talked about the importance of researching facts and evidence, understanding your demographics and how to make a story interesting and exciting. As an editor Helena spoke about how she selects the content and tone of her magazine to keep it fresh and engaging. In a Q&A session the year group got the chance to excitedly quiz Helena about a range of topics: libel, following your passions, the most important skills and qualities of a journalist and the different roles in magazine production. The students and the school greatly appreciated the visit and the opportunity to learn so much.
Today, year six were lucky enough to be visited by OLSJ parent governor Ashley Hill who came in to speak to students as a part of Careers’ Week. Year six had the opportunity to listen and gain insight in to the life of a lawyer, and they participated in a Q & A session in which they eagerly quizzed Ms Hill about the path to becoming a professional; what qualities are necessary; and what she enjoyed most about her chosen career. The guidance that the year six students noted included to pursue your passion, be committed and to see your career as a journey. Students and OLSJ thoroughly appreciated the visit.
We have been diligently working the last few weeks on sketching 3d landscapes and now we have introduced watercolours. Have a look at our masterpieces!! Next week, we take inspiration from the wonderful Andre Derrain!