26/07/2016 at 13:18
This term in RE Year 6 have been working on a unit called ‘What is compassion?’
We considered what this is and ways of developing compassion. By studying and comparing the Codes for Living from Christianity, Sikhism, Buddhism, Hinduism and Humanism, the children came up with the Golden Rule for all – ‘Treat others the way you wish to be treated yourself.’
We used role play to look at instances where compassion is shown and not shown. We have studied compassion in Christianity, Sikhism and Islam by looking at how the leaders have set examples and shown compassion.
21/07/2016 at 22:40
A huge well done to all of the Year Six children for their fantastic Leavers’ Show tonight! We’re so proud of you!
Here are some photos from our performance for the Junior children this morning:
27/06/2016 at 23:24
This week is a piece of music I heard while watching TV on Sunday. It is just beautiful and conjures up many images in my head. What does it make you think of?
24/06/2016 at 09:00
On Wednesday, Mr Tiffany, Mrs Sloan, Mrs Elam and Mrs Loveridge took 30 children from across school to the Pudsey Mini Olympics event at the John Charles Centre with the other school from the Pudsey Cluster.
They competed in many events and did themselves proud! They gave it their all and were fantastic citizens of the school and Pudsey community.
The children competed hard but, in the face of fierce competition, didn’t quite break into the elusive top 3. One enormous success was the fact that Farfield now has the fastest boy in Pudsey!
22/06/2016 at 22:20
I heard this on the radio and wondered what you would think of it. Think about:
- Compare to what else you have heard
21/06/2016 at 22:32
Today, the children learned about one of the Rome’s real strengths: engineering. They looked at three significant buildings and identified:
- What was the purpose of the building/ what was it used for?
- What kind of person/groups of people do you think would use it?
- Can you identify any features of the building that you have seen in other places? If so, which part and where?
I don’t think anyone would dispute the fact that the Romans were incredible engineers. Have a look at what we can thank them for and comment with one of the following:
- Which are significant and why?
- Can you see any of them in your daily life?
- Do any of them surprise you?