Show Racism the Red Card!

Year 6 were visited by Valerie and Tina from the charity Show Racism the Red Card. Throughout the workshop we talked about the definition of racism and where it comes from. Also, the children thought about the idea of a World View and prejudicial attitudes. It was really interesting to consider the media and its affect on our thoughts: can you believe everything you read in a newspaper or see online?

Finally, we were given a lot of words to sort in to groups according to whether we thought they were offensive, could be offensive or not offensive at all. In doing so, we were taught about the origins of some of the words.

The workshop was incredibly informative and enjoyable. All of the children approached it with respect and a mature attitude. It is now our job to spread these messages every day!

Link to the UNCRC Articles 13, 14, 17, 19, 28, 30 & 39


Fairtrade Chocolate Stall

Last Friday, to celebrate the end of Fairtrade Fortnight, Corpus Christi had a chocolate stall! This year Fairtrade Fortnight focused on cocoa.  Farmers of this much loved product have seen prices fall to crisis levels in the last few years, making life incredibly difficult for cocoa farmers, There was a range of products on offer,…Continue Reading

War-inspired Watercolours

On Friday 18th January year 6 were visited by two artists who worked with us to create our very own watercolour masterpieces. Sarah and Jenny started by talking to us about the events at Dunkirk during World War II. Next we took part in some warm up activities which helped us to practise drawing moving…Continue Reading

Christmas Treat

On Thursday Year 5 and 6 enjoyed a well deserved Christmas treat to the pictures to see The Grinch. We had an amazing time and back at school we enjoyed pizza and chips all together. A great day was had by all.  Merry Christmas!   A     Article 31 You have the right to…Continue Reading

School Nurse

On Monday KS2 were visited by the  school nurse Annette and she reminded us of some basic hygiene we may have forgotten especially how to wash our hands correctly. She showed us a good technique to use and reminded us we should be spending the length of time it takes to sing Happy Birthday twice…Continue Reading

Ancient Egyptian Homework

In the first half term we enjoyed learning about the Ancient Egyptians. Some of the aspects we have studied were: Egyptian jobs The River Nile Mummification Tutankhamun Hieroglyphics Gods & Goddesses To show how much Year 6 learnt and to extend their learning even further, they chose some activities to complete over half term. On…Continue Reading

Year 6 Visit to Safety Works

This week we enjoyed visiting SafetyWorks in Newcastle upon Tyne. We learnt about: Fire prevention in the home What to do it there is a fire at home How to put an unresponsive person in the recovery position Peer pressure Consequences of breaking the law when aged 10+ How to keep safe when using the…Continue Reading

‘Loving’ Liturgy

Last Friday, a small group of Year 6 children planned and led our class in a beautiful liturgy to celebrate of first learning topic in R.E. During our topic we have discussed how we have experienced love in our lives and how God shows his people unconditional love. Our mission is to take the love…Continue Reading