Year 6


Optical Illusions

Launching the Kaleidoscope Project!

Class 6's first SITE project for the year is going to be making a Kaleidoscopes for our buddies in class R. During this project, we are going to use our science lessons to investigate light and reflectivity and explore how our eyes work. We are then going to…

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 17 September 2018

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Global Citizenship in Year 6

We launched our SMSC theme 'Myself' and our SMSC question 'What makes a good global citizen?' this week in class 6 by looking at the rights and responsibilities that come with a global citizen. For this lesson, we created a model global citizen - thank you to our willing volunteer! We then used…

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 17 September 2018

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Welcome Class 6

Our new class 6 have had a fantastic start to the year! They have been demonstrating themselves as excellent role models to our younger years and new starters in Reception. We have had a wonderful couple of day discussing all things year 6, from all the great topics we will be learning about to…

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Posted by Miss Prankard on 7 September 2018

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When we were in Class 5.................

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Posted by Mrs Hilton on 1 September 2018

Wild Flower Symmetry

This week Class 5 started symmetry in Maths so we went outside and picked some wild flowers.  Then, on fabric we made imprints by using a stone to crush the flowers.  The results were really effective and Class 5 made some lovely pictures on their piece of fabric showing the symmetry.  Lots of fun…

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Human Planets!

Since it was sunny, Class 5 went outside onto the field and created the relative distance of the planets so we could see how far they are from each other.  Everyone had so much fun walking the distance but felt sorry for Neptune who had to walk 152 steps away from the…

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Outdoor Map Reading

Class 5 have been continuing with their topic on geographical fieldwork skills.  This week we went outside and we had to read the 6 figure grid references to find out where to go.  At the destination their was a picture which told you to go to another place to find the next picture.  When all 7…

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Life size angles

Class 5 have been very busy learning about angles in Maths.  We have estimated the angles, measured the angles using protractors, used our facts of angles to find the missing angle and even created angles using our bodies.  Class 5 loved using the protractors to measure the angles on the tables…

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Angles

                                                                                           

 

Yesterday we started our topic of angles in maths and today we learned how to measure angles with a protractor!

Using a protractor is vital to succeeding in this topic and any practising at home…

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Robinwood 2018

Robinwood Residential was amazing three days, where everyone pushed themselves! We all had such an incredible time doing lots of activities from 9 in the morning till 9 in the evening.  The children were fantastic and were such a credit to the school.  Everyone excelled at all the activites and…

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Ancient Greek Sandal Day!

Last Friday, Class 5 got to design, make and create a pair of Ancient Greek sandals.  The DT day allowed the children's creative sides to come out as it started with them looking at a range of sandals from ancient to modern.  The most popular creation was the slider sandal. 

The children…

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WHODUNNIT?!

What an amazing World Book Day experience!  Class 5 started off the day fabulously by getting into character and being detectives for the whole day.  It was incredible to see all the children get fully involved and loved interviewing the suspects to help solve the crime. 

The day started by…

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