Welcome to the Champions' page!
In the Champions' class, we show: resilience, creativity and determination in all aspects of the curriculum!
Our World War 2 WOW Day!
We have enjoyed a great variety of activities today with our WW2 expert. From code-breaking through Morse code, to role playing a selection of propaganda posters.
On this page you will find out what the Champions have been up to in all aspects of the curriculum, outstanding pieces of work, photographs/videos of us in action and useful websites and links.
Wednesday 14th November: Father Fitz visit
Today Father visited the children in year 6 along with 2 Parishioners (Bryan and Pat)
Abel 'It was interesting finding out about our local parish'
Tami ' It taught us more about what life is like as a priest'
Daniel 'It was really suprising finding out that Father didn't have children, but now I know that priests make the commitment not to have children when they join the priesthood'
Regan 'I liked asking questions to find out more because we only knew a little bit about him- now we know lots!'
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Children should use reading plus at least 3 times per week as part of their reading homework.
During our 'Vocation and Commitment' topic we have been looking at the Ordination.
Children in the Champions used freeze framing to show the different stages of when a Priest enters the Priesthood.
How old do you have to be to become a priest? Patrick
What are their main roles and responsibilities? Jenna
How long do they train for and where do they train? Osaria
Where do Priests live? Dylan
We have invited Father Fitz in along with some of the Parishioners to answer some of these questions for we can find out more about what it is like to work and live in the Parish.
In French we are looking at jobs and family! We are learning how to ask about family members and answer questions. Aves-vous des freres ou souers?
This week the magnificent mathematicians in the Champion's class have been multiplying fractions and using this skill to solve reasoning problems. Our basic skills this week is the 6 times table (including division equivalents)
Topic homework due in Friday 16th November
As you aware we are currently studying World War 2 and the impact it has had on Liverpool.
Your job is to find out as much as you can about
Create a leaflet, poster, piece of art which shows the impact that the Blitz had on our city.
BE CREATIVE J J J
We have been making shadow puppets to show how shadows work!
We found that the closer the object is to the light source the bigger the shadow.
Hanna ' We enjoyed making shadow puppets, we even did a show'
Arian 'The project was really fun and we learnt a lot about shadows and light'