For years, Santa Claus has been bringing gifts to children from all over the world on Christmas Eve. But there was a time in Mexico when the man on the sleigh was threatened to be replaced by an ancient god.
The god’s name for the Mexica, or Aztecs, is Quetzalcóatl, the Feathered Serpent. It was revered by many pre-Columbian civilizations living centuries ago in what’s currently Mexico.
Some of these cultures also believed that Quetzalcóatl was a mythological white, wise, bearded leader that exiled himself. And in 1930, the Mexican government brought him back for Christmas.
For the task, the children had to:
1.Stick the dominoes on the A3 paper so that each is touching its equivalent.
2. Colour these the same colour.
3.Have them snake across the page like Quetzálcoatl.
Under each created chain,the children had to explain why Ulric might have this thought in his life before summarising the best way to deal with it.
Athens class was learning the the straight dribble allows you to control the ball best and is the most common dribble that players use. They had to make sure that the ball never leaves their stick, allowing them to protect it from the grasp of their opponent.
In order to straight dribble, you would have to use the basic grip.
Your stick must be in front of you but slightly to the right of your body.
Remember not to let the ball lose contact with your stick.
Just run forward while keeping your head up so you’d know where to pass.
We are so happy to be returning to school and to be reuniting with all of our wonderful pupils. We have an exciting year planned for our year 5/6 class with many so many positive experiences and exciting new learning opportunities. Working together as a class we will achieve amazing things this year and be the very best version of ourselves. Helsinki class has had a great start to the term and we can't wait to carry on learning and improving.
In our English lesson, we have been reading the story of Rose Blanche which is linked to out topic-World at War. The children used words and action to create different scenes from the story.