Community Primary School
Class 13, 14 and 15
Class 13, 14 and 15 have enjoyed lots of different activities so far this year. Please explore our gallery to find out more about the exciting experiences we have had.
Mayan Chocolate Experience
British Red Cross Refugee Awareness
Trip to the Manchester Museum
As part of the Year 6 topic on Habitats and Adaptation, they visited the Manchester Museum to take part in various activities. These included: identifying different creatures by asking scientific questions regarding their bone structure, habitat and eating habits. The children had an interactive workshop where they were allowed to handle different creates (frogs, snakes and lizards). These children were challenged to find the name of the mystery creature through the process of elimination and questioning as well as walking through the museum.
In Year 6, we have been very fortunate to have an electronic music composer/producer in called Caro who has been in delivering iPad music workshops for the last 5 weeks! She has taught us all about electronic music; the key musical terms and phrases; how to use the “Garage Band” app on the iPads; and has helped us create a theme tune to our very own TV show!
Humanist Q & A
Year 6 had the lucky opportunity to speak to two Humanists from the North West Humanist Association! As Humanism is the Year 6 topic for the Summer term, we have looked the beliefs of Humanists and the influences every day life has on what they believe in. David and Stef were fantastic at presenting lots of ideas about Humanism to the children and had lots of interesting stories and scenarios for the children to think about. The children came up with lots of questions they wanted to ask them both about being Humanists and the pair were keen to answer every single question! Thank you David and Stef for coming in and giving us lots more knowledge about Humanism from a Humanist perspective!