Oak

Year 6 pupils had a fantastic day on Friday 16-06-17, attending the yearly Pilgrims day at Wells Cathedral.
All of the year 6 pupils from Dundry and Trinity attended the Pilgrims day, along with many other church schools.The Pupils had the chance to take part in an array of different workshops, including; Art, Drama and even a Cathedral tour. Pupils also attended  a wonderful Worship inside the magnificent Cathedral, where they were able to display our Dundry School flag and read our school prayer - Special well done to Skye Brice for doing a fantastic job, reading our school prayer aloud to the whole Cathedral. All of the pupils represented Dundry in a fantastic manner and were praised by many tour guides and organisers for their behaviour and enthusiasm.       
We use role play to build our understanding of stories from the Bible. It is a great way to build strength in our values of Friendship and Trust too. 
Oak class visited Trinity Church School to meet an archaeologist who had a vast experience on the subject of the Mayans. They were able to investigate many objects and ask questions to learn more about this period in History. 
Following our visit to Trinity Primary School and meeting the Archaeologist, we made clay tiles linked to our learning about Mayan patterns.