Year 6 have taken part in an experience day all about World War One, to finish off the learning they have been doing in school throughout this term. The day was provided by ‘Time Travel Education’ and was packed full with lots of learning about life in the trenches, medical treatment and gas attacks! Everyone
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As the woodwind players are unable to put on an end of term performance this year, their teacher has put together a recording for your listening pleasure. This includes nearly all her pupils from all Thame schools, Wallingford School, Cheney, Windmill and St. Joseph’s Oxford, from beginners to grade 6+ on flute, clarinet and saxophone.
As well as learning about the importance of Remembrance day we decided to create a poppy display for all of Thame to see. Every child in the school, from Nursery to Year 6, made a poppy to display on the tree in front of the Old School House. The children and teachers worked very hard
Y6 have been learning all about the English Civil War and who John Hampden was. As part of our learning, we visited Thame Museum to learn more about the war and to see a replica ‘John Hampden’s Regiment of Foote’ civil war uniform. On the way there, we visited Greyhound Walk in Thame, which was
A group of year 6 children were keen to start a newspaper for the school. The first edition is hot off the press ready for you all. We hope it will be a fortnightly issue (though may become twice per term if too demanding) as the team are very keen and other year 6’s are