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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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Running, Rapping and Writing…

This week, Year 6 looked at Newcastle, The Great North Run, rapping and even running…

With the start of a new term, we look towards our new topic and book that we are looking at in English. Since we are preparing to look at the book, Harry Miller’s Run by David Almond, we spent a few days learning about its setting (Newcastle and The Great North Run).

We even watched an iconic match-up between Bekele, Haile and Mo Farah when they took part in The Great North Race in 2013. The children were quite excited by the conclusion of the race…

 

 

On Thursday, both classes took part in constructing a rap with our Enriched Curriculum teacher. Pupils were encouraged to write a variety of raps that relate to them personally. They then had to present these raps in front of their peers.

With the weather slowly warming up, Year 6 were delighted in going back outside to participate in a variety of PE activities.

 

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