Hockney Class Year: 5 & 6    Teacher: Mr Forster    Teaching Assistant : Mrs Miller

Latest updates: Viney Hill →| Mountain Biking → | Football → | Pumpkin Sale →

Our Topic this term is
'Alchemy Island'

It's time to suspend your disbelief and open your mind. We're going on a magical journey to Alchemy Island!

Can you find the gold hidden deep within the island's mysterious landscape? The only way is to study the map, unravel the riddle and begin your adventure. On the way, you must do all you can to learn about gold and master the ancient art of alchemy. Be creative and try to impress the island's team of ace alchemists!

Will they praise your scientific expertise? What if there were a video game version of Alchemy Island? Could you compose a stunning soundtrack to bring this mysterious landscape to life? You've got your map, coordinates and everything else you need to make your way across Alchemy Island.

Don't forget to pack your imagination! Got your suitcase ready? Then let the journey begin...

Pumpkin Sale

Hockney class have been creating some WW2 evacuee pumpkins to sell as part of fundraising for the residential. The children designed each of the pumpkins, creating a description and a label. The Pumpkin sale raised £16.

A huge thank you to Lilly W Nan for donating the Pumpkins! Well done all!

Football at Woolaston

Well done to the Year 4,5 and 6 children who took part in the football competition at Woolaston School. Despite the weather, we managed to have a girls and boys team representing the school, with over 20 children taking part.

Both teams managed to win a match and a special mention to Alex and Seren who scored the goals!



Mountain Biking Club

It was the last mountain biking session of the year and the children were taken on a special route by mountain instructor Dan.

As you can see here, the children had a great time going downhill from mud and puddles.

Mountain biking will start back up after February half term!

Viney Hill Centre

Four lucky children from Hockney class were chosen to take part in team work and communication skills activity at Viney Hill centre.

The children got the chance to take part in climbing walls, stacking crates and throwing beanbags.

All the children overcame obstacles and challenges, I am really proud of them all! Well done!