100WC Send My Friends To School

Dear World Leaders

I believe that all children should the same amount of education just like the children in the UK.

All the children should have the same amount of education because children like Lucy with disability should go to school around about half of that want to be doctors and all those doctors could save more children’s lives. Just because Lucy has an awful disability called polo still doesn’t mean to see hear stay at home all day and do nothing. Why can’t Lucy spend the time she wants to and just have fun?



Dear worldleaders

All children need edication to help them in their lives.What if it was you in this situation?Lucy is a normal girl just like us so why shouldn’t she go to school.Fifty seven million people dont go to school and one third of them have a disabilty.If Lucy and her friends went to school and they wanted to be a doctor they would be able to save more lives.Lucy has dreams just like us but her dream is to go to school.So please help people like Lucy to have a good edication.







Dear worldleaders,

I believe that all children should have a great education wherever they live or whether they have a disability or not every child should go to school.Schools need special teachers so children can go to school.It makes it fair if every child goes to school and we want it to be fair.Lucy should go to school and everyone should care about this.It would make the world better if everey child goes to school and a percentage became doctors they could save other chldren in the future.Why can’t they go to?How would you feel?

Thank you

from Seb.


Dear worldleaders,

Why stop a childs dream when you could make it happen! Help Lucy’s dream come true by going to school. Why can’t Lucy go to school just because she has disability? I believe that if we go to school then why can’t Lucy? Everybody need’s education, so they can get a job and become a doctor, to help other children with disability to get education. There is 57 million children who can’t go to school and a third of them can’t go because of their disability. If you had a child that had disability how would you feel?

Let’s zoom into space….!

Our topic last half term was Space, the children in Class 9 took part in a range of projects. These included designing their own alien creature from a success criteria and making them out of clay using a variety of tools and equipment. The children were very creative and artistic during this process.

Then using the aliens, storyboards were created, backgrounds designed and stop animation video was used on the LearnPads. These were fantastic and very inventive- a little bit like Wallace and Gromit episodes if you’re wondering! Some funny, crazy and weird stories were invented for our aliens.

We then went on to make a Moon Buggy for our aliens to ride. Each child had to design their buggy, thinking carefully about measurements and materials available. The Year 6’s in Class 9 acted a mini teachers and helped the Year 5’s during their early stage of cutting, sawing and drilling wood to make the frame of the buggy. All of the children worked exceptionally well to create their models. Some were more successful than others, but everybody learnt something from the process.

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                                         Olivia, Naomi and Chloe- Stop animation             Group creating their background

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                                                Tom with his finished frame                                          Clay being shaped


                                       Iris with her fantastic moon buggy and alien             Hot glueing the wood together


                                                      Alex sawing his dowling                                            Will and Finlay


                                                                           Elissa concentrating when hammering the wood

Starfish of the Week!

A couple of our starfish pictures and posts have gone missing- here are Alex, Daisy and Daniel receiving their awards along with the stars for each week. Well done to all of you!!





Starfish of the Week 17th January 2014

Ryan is our Starfish of the Week!


Ryan is our Starfish because he worked so well when we has visitors from Lancaster University in school, he particated in their philosophy workshop-he listened effectively to others and contributed lots! He has shown real qualities of a Year 6 prefect- keep it up Ryan- you can do so well!

Adam and Olivia were our stars for working so hard to create their clay model aliens- they didn’t give up and their effort paid off.

Have a fab weekend! Miss Rogerson

Starfish of the Week 10th January

Josh is our Starfish of the Week


Josh is our Starfish this week because he has worked quickly and quietly when completing his work. He has shown a really positive attitude to achieve as much as possible. Well done, Josh.

Finlay and Seb were our stars this week!

All About Space!

Our topic this half term is ‘Space’. We are going to be linking our learning to this topic.

I really would like to know what you would like to find out about ‘Space’. What questions you have or anything you would like to investigate.

Looking forward to reading them!

Miss Rogerson

Starfish of the Week 13th December 2013

Alana is our Starfish of the Week!


Alana is our Starfish this week, she always works quickly and quietly and gets on with her work with a really enthuiastic manner. I am really pleased with Alana because more often she is trying to work things out for herself before asking for help. It shows she is gaining lots of independence as an active member of Year 5- a big well done to you!

Our stars this week are Ethan and Seth.

Miss Rogerson