Interclass Party

I am supporting Leo. I believe he would be a great headteacher because he is fair and easy to approach. He is a good and smart person, so he would be good for headteacher. I am supporting him because he is a very generous person, he is also mature person and he also has an opinion on everything.  

One of our pledges is that every child in the school will 15 extra minutes of break.  Another thing that is different is you get jelly from a pot for breaktime.  You can also wear your own clothes to school, you can sit next to whoever you want to for the whole day and our final promise is you will have fun learning. 


Please vote for Leo. 

supporting speech for Leo

Supporting speech for Leo 

I am supporting Leo; I think he would be good because he stands for fun and fairness. He would make the breaktimes fifteen minutes longer and you could come in in your own of our pledges is that You would be allowed jelly at lunch break and be able to choose your own subject for each half of the day. He is working to bring happiness to the school. He would walk around the school and help people do things sand film the assembly. He would show an interest in what people are learning and help them if they’re stuck. He is already an ambassador so he already has some experience. 

My Supporting Speech


I am supporting Louie; I believe he would be an excellent head teacher because he is fun, kind and caring. Some of our changes would be an art compition where the whole school takes part in and an own cloths day and that you get an extra 25 minutes of break. 

I also think he would be excellent for this role because he is funny and can make everyone happy. He can make se4nsible choices if they are needed. He would make sure everyone has a fun day.  

My Supporting Speech


I am supporting Louie; I believe he would be an excellent headteacher because he is kind, caring and fun. Our changes for the day would be an art competition for the whole school to join in, 20 extra minutes of break and own clothes day. 

I also think he would be excellent for this role because he is funny and a good friend if you needed one. He also would make sensible choices if they were needed. Louie would also be amazing because he would make everyone have a fun day. 

I, Jamie, support the Sausage Party. 

Headteacher Speech

I am here on this day to tell you to vote for me as I will be respectful, compassionate, mature and fun to all. I will give you delicious things for break and 15 minutes extra for each break. You can sit next to whoever you want in your class. I am trust worthy to everyone and I will listen to your problems, if you fight or argue. I may be annoyed and angry but I will always forget about it and be kind to everyone. Also, you can wear your own clothes, so you can be extra comfy. 

Please vote for me. 


Lord of the Rings

As they walked through the network of mines, Legolas demanded “We must not linger.”

Aragorn shook his head in agreement, “l know my instincts are telling me that we are not alone.”

Gimli rushed on ahead until he reached the entrance to his ancestors’ tomb. Slowly he knelt down in disbelieve.

Gimli mumbled under his breath, “We must find out what happened here. My family are all dead.” With his shoulders dropped and an eerie cry Gimli slowly left the tomb vowing revenge!

Lord of The Rings Dialogue

Finding their way through dead bodies, Legolas stated, “We must not linger.” 

“I know. My instincts are telling me we are not alone,” whispered Aragorn. 

Gimli said nervously, “We must find out what happened here. My family are all dead.” As the five of them made their way further through the dead rotten bodies, Gandalf murmured, “Something terrible has happened and I don’t want us to suffer the same horrible fate!” They all looked up in despair.  

“The book… perhaps somebody might of wrote something down.” Legolas murmured anxiously.  

Gandalf passed his magical hat to Peregrin and told him “Peregrin, whatever you DO NOT touch ANYTHING!”  

“Of course, why would I touch anything?” Peregrin replied. 

Gandalf wondered over to the book, and brushed the dust off onto the rigid floor. He flicked through the dusty pages of the cursed book seeming very curious. Peregrin wondered over to an ocean deep well. He turned round so he was facing all the other goblins, elves and wizards and slowly took a step back. But the step was a bit too far back. He stood back and knocked an ancient dead body, which was wearing armor, down the well. There was a bang! Gandalf turned round and looked Peregrin up and down. “You fool of a took! You’re a stupid boy.” screamed Gandalf.  

Peregrin went as red as a tomato. He said to the wizard, “Sorry, I truly am sorry Gandalf.”  

Gandalf and his crew turned around; the fear is Peregrin’s eyes was unreal!  

Welcome back

This week is Parliament Week so year six have been learning about democracy. They are voting for a new headteacher for the day so within their class they formed parties, wrote their own policies and delivered persuasive speeches to try and secure votes.


Willow Explorers had a challenging DT lesson learning about levers, force and mechanical advantage to try to lift Mr Neary!