For World Book Day the children were asked to bring in £1 to help contribute money for new books for our class. Unfortunately, some children forgot. If you would like to bring in some money to help get some new books tomorrow the Amethyst class library would greatly appreciate it ☺️
Amethyst class are making a delicious vegetable soup tomorrow can you all please remember to bring your containers
A handy Amethyst tip for multiplication
"Multiplying fractions: no big problem,
Top times top over bottom times bottom.
And don't forget to simplify,
Before you say goodbye."
A rhyme by Sophie J and Leah S
A heartless nemesis on a rampage to kill
Blood on my clothes from my comrades’ lifeless bodies
The strong bullets piercing through the innocent skin
Friends, brothers, comrades are falling every second, obliterated by enemies with their guns
I am haunted by the piercing air-raid siren screeching through the streets
I am tormented by the deafening sounds of the bombs
People screaming, people gasping
Falling to the ground when the bullets hit my skin
I look around to see a swarm of scavengers attacking a decaying body
I see the motionless soldiers lying still as logs
I make myself stand and feel the mud on my shoes as I stumble through the trenches
Breathing, panting, struggling for air
Why was I not at all prepared?
By Amethyst Class
Amethyst Favourite PGL Memories
Thomas: My favourite moment of PGL was when I had to have a ladder rescue on the zip wire. Miss Hosein and I were laughing though inside I was nervous.
Amelia: My memory of PGL was when Thomas and I went on the giant swing and I screamed.
Jack: I loved everything about PGL but my favourite activity must have been the giant swing Charlie and I went to the highest point with Emily and Mason. When we were at the top, we had to pull the string. I pulled the string and was terrified – my face proved it.
Owen: My favourite activity of PGL was raft building when Leland jumped in and then Me, Arwen and Tyler B jumped in after him. Also, I was amazed when Miss Duggan jumped the furthest on the trapeze J
Corey: My favourite memory of PGL was on the raft building when Mrs. Dance said we could jump in. Jack didn’t want to so I pushed him in but then I fell in after him and then Jack lost his shoe.
Arwen: My favourite moment of PGL was when Ole, Rubi, Miss Hosein, Miss Duggan and I were all dancing to Cotton Eyed Joe at the disco.
Lelend: My favourite part of PGL was when we were doing raft building and Tyler B fell in though we hadn’t even actually started. Also, Arwen and I were the first to jump in – it was freezing.
Leah: My favourite memory of PGL was when we were in our rooms and there was a ladybird. Georgia shouted, ‘there’s a ladybird, get it out! It’s going to kill me!’ Maizie was laughing so much she fell on the floor.
Hubert: My favourite memory of PGL was raft building when Arwen and I were desperately trying to tip over the raft and ended up falling in ourselves and were nearly eaten by ducks.
Louis: My favourite memory of PGL was when I jumped off the zipwire shouting, ‘this is Sparta!’ I looked like a drowning chicken.
Stephen: My favourite memory of PGL was all of them. But my absolute favourite was the zip line because nearly all of us went on it and when Miss Duggan and I went down she screamed and everyone laughed.
Rubi: My favourite of PGL was when we were doing raft building and as soon as we got on Tyler B slipped off. After a few minutes, it looked like so much fun I had to jump in as well. Georgia and I were Miss Duggan’s handbags for the whole week.
Charlie: My favourite moment was trapeze. Although I didn’t get to the top, I got the highest out of my group.
Tyler: My favourite memory of PGL was areoball. I felt like we had a good group and we drew with the Pink Power Nifflers.
Layan: My favourite memory would be when everyone jumped in the lake and Miss Hosein refused to give anyone a hug.
Sophie: My favourite memory of PGL was when Layan and I went to the top of the swing on the way down we screamed and we definitely hit the tree. It felt like we were going to tip out. When we pulled the rope it felt like a sudden drop it was a very fun experience and I miss it a lot.
Year 6 PGL Blog
Please click on the link below to access the Year 6 PGL Blog. You will be able to find out what they are getting up to and also leave a comment. For safeguarding reasons, please can we remind you NOT to put surnames. Thank you in advance.
Your teacher will very soon be filling this page with exciting class news, pictures of things we’ve done and more.
Do you have any ideas for this page? Why not let your Teacher know!
Have you seen the Kids’ Zone? Play games and visit some cool websites. You can vote for your favourites.
Miss E. Hosein, Dr. J. Inglis & Miss E. Simmons
Mrs J. Field & Mrs G. Ringrose.