After a donation from the Johnson and Mukherjee Brothers Trust Year 5 and 6 have created beautiful Rangoli art, tasted different and new foods from India and learnt dances with Sunita and Kei. This experience was finished with an amazing show where along with 8 other schools and 270 children in total our pupils have taken to the stage at Skegness Embassy theatre and danced individually choreographed traditional Indian dances as shown below.
Year 6 Introduction -Indian Culture day
Year 5- Indian Culture Day -Skegness Embassy Theatre
Rehearsals going well in preparation for Indian Cultural Day!
Spilsby Primary is proud to be part of the Lincoln Knight Trail- a county-wide creative public art project. In partnership with the EBP, we hope to teach our children about the Battle of Lincoln and its historical importance.
Celebrating British Science Week at Spilsby Primary. Reception children predicting and investigating changes such has how plants drink water! Looks like great fun. Y5, as part of their Alchemy Island project, were looking at irreversible changes.
As part of Fairtrade Fortnight and our project learning, children tasted different fruits from around the world and discussed the importance of trade.
Reception getting ready for Chinese New Year! Learning all about life in other cultures...
In preparation for our Indian Cultural Day, the children were visited by Sunita, who taught them a dance which will be performed at the showcase. The children also designed some Rangoli artwork!
Children from Y6 rehearing their dance
World Religion Day- As part of our assembly themes, the children identified the key features of different religions.
As part of our singing practice and to celebrate World Religion Day, the children learnt a Jewish song: Shalom.
As part of their Frozen Kingdom project, years 5 and 6 have been learning about global events. To link their project with real life experiences, the children have been celebrating Antarctica Day on December 1st. Key learning included why Antarctica is classed as a desert and the importance of the Antarctica Treaty. The children designed new flags which could be taken to the pole.