Mr Janiszewski is the teacher in our Y6 class. Mrs Brown is the teaching assistant. Our class name is The Rainforest and we are the panthers.
Our Class Saint
St Josephine Bakhita. The Patron Saint of Sudan. Feast day is 8th February.
Josephine had a happy and prosperous start to life but was kidnapped as a child by slave traders. After 12 years of being bought and sold, she ended up in Italy where she was placed in the custody of the Canossian Sisters of Venice. Whilst there she learnt about God - Josephine said she had always known about God but did not know who He was. Josephine felt called to follow Christ. When the slave owner returned, Josephine refused to leave and the case went to court. It was found that slavery had been outlawed in Sudan before Josephine was born and so she was declared free. She chose to remain with the Sisters often travelling and telling her story to others.
St Josephine Bakhita, pray for us.
Our Curriculum Overview
|Autumn Term: History Driver||Spring Term: Geography Driver||Summer Term: Art Driver|
History: Ancient Civilisations
Science: Electricity / Evolution & Inheritance
DT: Electrical Systems
RE: Loving / Vocation & Commitment / Expectations
Computing: Key Skills / Computer as a Designer
PSHE: Staying Healthy / Managing Risk
PE: Basketball / Athletics
Geography: Natural Disasters
Science: Living things and habitats
DT: Frame Structures
RE: Sources / Unity / Death & New Life
Computing: Film Making / Spreadsheets
PSHE: Rights & Responsibilities
PE: Football / Gymnastics
Art: Making a Mark - Impressionism, Surrealism and Cubism
Science: Light / Animals
DT: Food and Nutrition
RE: Witnesses / Healing / Common Good
Computing: Complex Physical Systems / Designing Games
PSHE: Healthy Relationships / Feelings & Emotions
PE: OAA / Rounders