Year six were recently involved in a workshop, ran by Global Policing that focused on delivering a message about the severity of knife crime in England. Knife crime is a particularly big issue in the news at the moment, following the recent rise in numbers of knife attacks across England; more so Manchester.
As part of the workshop, the pupils were asked to produce a poster to be put up in cities across England where knife crime is more common. We can proudly announce that Marwa, from 6L, won the overall competition for Manchester, and she can be seen below with her prize, a PS4.We look forward to seeing your poster on display in the future.
A massive congratulations goes to Marwa from everyone at Crumpsall Lane, and we look forward to seeing your poster around Manchester in the future.
Dance and drama group, make sure you practise at home! Miss H and Mrs E :)
Some Year 6 children spent their charms on a baking experience. They really enjoyed making triple chocolate chip cookies with Miss Parkes. They tasted delicious.
Year 6 enjoyed reading ‘Perfectly Norman’ by Tom Percival and thinking about what makes us perfectly individual.
For International Mother-Tongue Languages Day, we got into small groups, chose one of our mother-tongue languages and made an interactive lesson for our peers to learn some of our language. We made our own matching games, colour by numbers sheets, maths number sheets and even brought in and shared hot naan bread, it smelt and tasted beautiful and we really enjoyed our afternoon!
Jen came in to teach the drama and dance group a new routine for our upcoming performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. We were really inventive and came up with some stunning ideas and shapes of our own. Well done drama and dance group!
6L have received two more replies to the letters they posted campaign for the plight of the slow loris. Both Zenab and Ryan have now had replies from local councillors, one of which has passed it on to an MP.
Well done you two!