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November and December are very special months in many religious calendars. There was Diwali, which is celebrated by the Hindu religion, followed by the Muslim festival called Ashuru. This Wednesday is the Buddhist Sangha friendship celebration and on Thursday Sikhs will celebrate Guru … Continue reading
Sadly, Year 6 pupils shall be moving on to their secondary schools soon. Many of them have spent 8 years with us here at Miriam Lord and we thought we would use this wall to let them share their special … Continue reading
In 6JC we have been talking a lot about collaboration. What it means, what it looks like and how it changes depending on the task we are doing. We are beginning to understand that sometimes being told what to do … Continue reading
Both classes in Year 6 have been busy revising their work on Living Things. This started with some trips to Drummond Road to see what lived there before we worked collaboratively in our groups to revise our knowledge of Science … Continue reading
Last week Year 6 visited BRI to look round A&E (Accident and Emergency) and to receive some basic first aid and home / road safety training. We got to visit different parts of the hospital and see what equipment was … Continue reading
We have been talking a lot in class, around school and in staff meetings about learning at Miriam Lord. We would like to know what you think about yourselves as learners. We are very interested to know what helps you … Continue reading
Year 6 have been learning how to work together to gather data and analyse it to help improve their Geography, Maths and Literacy skills. To do this we have been studying the local area and we are beginning to give … Continue reading
Pupils in 6JC were reading some letters sent to us by Year 6 at Parkland primary this morning. Pupils there were very interested in our olympic torch and wanted to know if we would be visiting their school and sent … Continue reading
As part of World Maths day we invited parents into school to see what we were getting up to in maths. Every class had a table in the hall to show parents and pupils what they were doing in maths. … Continue reading