Welcome to the Year 6 Class Page
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- Maths Expectations Year 6 (129KB)
- SPAG Map for Year 5 & 6 (123KB)
- Curriculum Overview Y6 (161KB)
Week Ending 29/11/19
This week Year 6 have been busy designing and making their own games for the Winter Fair. Please do come and visit Y6 on Saturday and see what they have been up to! We were very proud of our class members who took part in the netball match yesterday and the football match last week-both matches were a win! Well done to all who took part.
Week Ending 22/11/19
On Tuesday Year 6 learnt about Victorians and their clothing. Mrs Blatch explained about Victorian schooling and some of the children dressed up as characters from the original film of Oliver Twist.
As part of our D and T Year 6 have been designing games for the Christmas Fair. They worked in groups to come up with a company name and 3 products. They then created a presentation and pitched their ideas to Mrs Baxter, Mrs Lynch, Mrs Clark and the class. Next week we will be making our games and would be grateful for any cardboard donations.
Week Ending 15/11/19
Year 6 have completed a variety of PSHE activities as part of Anti-Bullying week. They wrote some superb poems about Anti-Bullying. In English we have been reading ‘Pig Heart Boy’ by Malorie Blackman. We have written letters of advice to the main character and discussed how to write a diary entry from Cam’s point of view.
Week Ending 8/11/19
Year 6 had lots of fun packing the drinks packs for the charity- ‘small acts of kindness’. We were pleased to know that these packs would help elderly people in need in Hertfordshire. Year 6 enjoyed painting poppies. This week we started our Mediterranean topic in and have been finding out geographical facts associated with his area. On Thursday we looked at and discussed the poem, ‘For the fallen’. We then enjoyed making poppies and created a poppy wreath.
Week Ending 25/10/19
Year 6 have been reading ‘Street Child’ this week and have produced some thoughtful pieces of work. We enjoyed our Bollywood dancing session. On Thursday afternoon in Art everyone worked hard to create a design for a tile, etch their design onto the tile and then printed it. The pictures below are taken of the displays which capture the wonderful writing we have produced this half term.
Week Ending 18/10/19
Year 6 enjoyed taking part in the Divali workshop. It was interesting looking at the artefacts associated with Divali and trying on saris. They have also produced some great pictures about electricity.
Week Ending 11/10/19
This week in English Year 6 have been writing reports in the style of ‘Spiderwick’. They have been working hard to include cohesive devices and sophisticated vocabulary. Their work has been a pleasure to read – Well done Year 6! This afternoon Year 6 have enjoyed taking part in the sponsored walk.
Week Ending 4/10/19
This week in science, as part of our topic of electricity, Year 6 have been making and extending circuits. They have been finding out why circuits don’t work, and learning about currents and volts. In addition the class have been working very hard at long division this week- well done for persevering with tricky problems Year 6!
Week Ending 27/9/19
This week Year 6 enjoyed taking part in a Virtual Reality workshop. They looked at the impact of climate change and its effect on habitats. Areas that they explored included the Amazon, Antarctica and the Great Barrier Reef.
Week Ending 20/9/19
This week Year 6 have been writing super poems and diary entries based upon the book, ‘Arthur Spiderwick’s field guide to the fantastical world around you’. We have particularly enjoyed learning about cockatrices, trolls and boggarts! We have also been enjoying our hockey sessions with Mrs Charles.
Week Ending 13/9/19
This week we have been working hard particularly in writing. As part of Roald Dahl day we looked at the ‘BFG’ and have been writing descriptions of giants and persuading others to try ‘Frobscottle’. Year 6 have started their monitor jobs and have been good role models around the school. A great start Year 6!