Welcome to Redwood!
The redwood tree is a magnificent, tall tree from North America. When an old Redwood tree dies or is cut down, a new one sprouts from its roots. The roots of the redwood never die. The redwood tree is a symbol of forever; legend believes it is a great teacher. If you sit beneath the branches of the redwood tree, you will hear the whispers of ancient wisdom.
We hope that the children in Redwood Class will have a magnificent year, perhaps their best year at KPS! For some of the children in this class, it will be their last year at KPS but we hope that what they learn this year will stay with them forever and that what they learn this year will send down roots for forever learning.
Redwood Class is a mixed Year 5 and 6 class. It is taught by Miss Underwood, Mrs Curtis and Mrs Bennett.
Congratulations Year 6!
We would like to say how very proud we are of our Year 6s; they have really impressed us with their approach to the SATs this week. They have worked so hard. Whatever the results are, we know that we are sending a great group of children on to high school, with a range of talents and skills that can not possibly be recognised in a series of formal tests.
Sewing skills 15/05/2018
DT Textiles Project - Summer 2018
Year 6 have started an exciting project, creating their own phone cases. We have conducted research into what makes an effective product and have used this to develop our own ideas.
Good luck to all of Year 6 this week! You have worked incredibly hard in preparation, now keep calm and do your best. From Miss Underwood, Mr Willetts and Mrs Curtis
Handshake Challenge! 11/5/18
Today, in Maths, we posed the problem 'if everybody in the class shook hands only once, how many handshakes would have been shaken?'
The children reasoned and problem solved, to eventually find the formula:
Following this, they calculated the number of handshakes in: the whole school, Worcester, Worcestershire and across the whole world!
Exploring Angles Through Art
We were inspired by the artist Wassily Kandinski (1866-1944) to create our own pieces of artwork, demonstrating our understanding of angles. Working in groups, the children worked to a success criteria which included: perpendicular angles, opposite angles, specified measurements and more. They then set questions for other groups to challenge them to identify the mathematical features within their creations.
Charity Week - Worcester Foodbank collection
Look at the donations we received! Well done to all of the children for their hard work.