We are now in year 6. WOW. We are looking forward to learning more exciting things and sharing them with you on this page.
This term in Year 6, we are all really excited about our WWII topic. We have been looking at Carrie’s War, war poetry and Rose Blanche in English to link to our topic. The children have all been bringing in artifacts, photos and information that they have found out at home to share with the class. We have also been learning a WWII dance with Miss Ali in PE, learning a WWII medley with Miss Seymour in music and drawing soldier portraits in art. We are very excited to share all of our learning with the parents during our VE Day at the end of the term.
Please find attached some practice resources in preparation for SATs.
As discussed in our recent meeting (7.9.18) and follow up letter, please find the documents referred to below for you.
Current weekly timetable (please remember that changes sometimes occur – as is the nature of schools)
Click on the links below to see some of the fun things that we have done previously in school
Our class is like a jigsaw puzzle. When we are altogether,
the puzzle is complete. When just one of us is missing, the
puzzle is incomplete.
We always work together to do our best and we always
work best when we are together.
We enjoyed our Egyptian topic. Have a look at some of the things we did during our Egyptian day.
When we were in year 2 we enjoyed a wonderful day at the Zoo on Wednesday. The children were full of energy and loved every minute.Year 2 trip to Whipsnade. Highlights included the sealion show, the ride on the steam train and lunch!
We grew beans as part of our science.
We had a bumper harvest of broad beans!
Inspired by Turner’s ‘Storm at Sea’, children recreated their own sea storms, to link in with their Geography topic on Oceans.
Victorian day – we came to school dressed ready for learning in a strict Victorian. Our teacher they us about how strict teachers used to be, how they used the cane, and always had to get the answer right! We learnt about how some children also had to work before and after school; cleaning rich houses where they did not live and preparing food in the kitchens. We had a brilliant day, although it was a little scary for some of us.
Previous topics this year have included India, healthy living and ‘Remembrance’ using Georgia O’Keeffe’s depictions of poppies. We have also visited the local church to understand more about religious signs and symbols.