Year 6


Year 6 enjoying the Christmas Cafe!

Class 6 loved going to the Bramham Christmas Cafe! It was a superb opportunity to look over our books for the term (with a cake), and reflect on just how much progress we have made! Some of us were able to share it with parents as well as each other, Ms Richards and Miss Prankard. We are so very…

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 4 December 2018

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Thwaite Mills 2018

Class 6 visited Thwaite Mills last week. We had a brilliant day filled with fantastic workshops learning about World War 2 on both a national and local scale.

The day started at school and we were back in our evacuation outfits ready to start the day! Once at Thwaite Island, we were divided…

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 4 December 2018

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Electrical Circuits!

In our most recent SITE lesson, we created circuits and investigated how the brightness of a bulb changes when we change the number of batteries or the voltage. We really enjoyed this lesson, we discovered that the more voltage you use (either through a higher quantity of volts in the battery or a…

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 3 December 2018

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LAUNCHING THE READING CHALLENGE!

Class 6 were thrilled to launch the 2018 READING CHALLENGE today! Over the next 18 weeks, Class 6 are going to take on the challenge of reading 18 pre-selected books. These books have been hand-chosen to help us understand more about the world around us through the themes and challenges the…

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 27 November 2018

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WW2 inspired cooking!

This week, it was Class 6's turn to have their cookery lesson with the wonderful Mrs Legault. This is usually done in small groups, but we thought it would be a great opportunity to learn even more about WW2 and merged it with our topic lesson for a whole class session! We made carrot cookies from…

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 27 November 2018

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Henry Moore Art

This week we have been continuing our learning about Henry Moore. We looked at his piece 'Woman Seated in the Underground' and talked about the medium he used: water colour paints and wax crayons from Woolworths! We then experimented with different mediums ourselves to see if any other…

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 21 November 2018

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WW2 Music Lessons

Class 6 have started their WW2 music lessons!

For the next couple weeks, Class 6 are learning a variety of music pieces all linked to our topic of World War 2. We have been enjoying the upbeat pieces of the big band (which were vital for boosting morale during the time) and developing our…

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 15 November 2018

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WW2 and Coding Launch Day

What a brilliant day!! Today Class 6 fully embraced our start of term launch day to begin our new topic and SITE themes: World War 2 and Coding! 

It was a slightly earlier start for Class 6, as they came into class (dressed for their new role as evacuees) to drop off their bags they were met by…

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 5 November 2018

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Sharing our kaleidoscopes with our Class R buddies!

During our exit day last half term, we completed our kaleidoscopes then made our way to Reception class to show and share with our buddies. We absolutely loved showing them how they worked and letting them play with our hand-made toys! Another fantastic example of the wonderful friendships shared…

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 5 November 2018

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Making Kaleidoscopes (SITE)

Class 6 completed the Kaleidoscope Project

We finished our brilliant project by applying our knowledge of light and turning our kaleidoscope designs into finished products. It was at times challenging as we created each of the components then put them together but we were really happy with…

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 2 November 2018

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Science Investigation: Reflectivity

We have been conducting some brilliant science experiments this week. We were testing a variety of materials for their reflectivity, using relative reflectivity as a measure. Once we made judgements on the material's reflectivity, we then assessed how useful the items would be in creating our…

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 18 October 2018

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Marvellous Masterpieces!

Class 6 have been experimenting with complementary and harmonious colours. We looked at pieces from Swiss-German painter Paul Klee. Then we recreated our own versions to see the complementary and harmonious colours in action. 

 

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 18 October 2018

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