Year 6 Spring 1 Newsletter
Andy Tooze Poet Visit
Today, we started off our week with a visit from Andy Tooze! Year 6 had an excellent poetry session with him and enjoyed writing poems about their hopes and dreams for the future! We then continued our week using poetry to support our learning in other areas of the curriculum: Science, PSHE and History!
Today, Year 6 practised their serving and volleying with their teams in PE. They have made so much progress since the start of the half-term (we even raised our Volleyball Nets today to challenge them further).
Educational Science Videos!
Today, Year 6 used their Science knowledge to create short videos, explaining how we see objects because of light. They had lots of fun using the Green Screen to create different science themed backgrounds!
Programming and Sewing!
Year 6 have had a very busy week this week, they have been practising their sewing skills, ready to make their WW2 Badges next week and changing and creating variables in Scratch to program different games and activities.
Installation of our Year 6 Child Bishops
Today, we had a whole school assembly and a special visit from Bishop Mark to officially install our Year 6 children, Max and Jack, as our Child Bishops.
Today, during our Science lesson, Year 6 investigated the question: Is yeast a living microorganism?
Today, the tables turned when the Year 6 pupils took over the school to experience the grown-ups' jobs for the day.
A very busy week!
What a week we have had! Year 6 have been very busy this week. Alongside their usual learning, they have taken part in an African Drumming Workshop, planting trees and hedges on the school grounds and also led our whole school Remembrance Day Service. Well done for all of your efforts!
Year 6 Autumn 2 Newsletter
Make the rules day!
Year 6 have thoroughly enjoyed making the rules today. This afternoon they loved spending time relaxing in their dens! A great way to end the half term!
Year 6: Black History Month Assembly!
Today, we launched the start of Black History Month by leading a whole school assembly, telling everyone about the learning we have done about an inspiration women called Dame Elizabeth Anionwu.
Guided Reading in the Outdoor Classroom!
Today, we made the most of some good weather and some children in Year 6 enjoyed using the Outdoor Classroom for their guided reading session!
English- Setting the scene...
Today in English, Year 6 used the outdoors and a virtual setting to try to put themselves within an Anglo-Saxon scene. The children came up with lots of excellent vocabulary, which will support them in their writing next week.
Year 6 Autumn 1 Newsletter
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