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Year 6

Adults in our class this year are: Our class teachers are Mrs O’Sullivan and Mrs Lynch Other adults who help us in the classroom are Mrs Clark Our PE days are Monday and Thursday. We hope you enjoy reading our weekly blog below.

Week Ending 1/10/2021

On Monday we celebrated European Day of Languages by learning Spanish. The children had a great time learning Spanish greetings, playing games and singing songs. We recorded our greetings rap which we hope you enjoy listening to.

Week Ending 24/09/2021

In Maths this week, the children have being practising their addition and subtraction skills as well as learning informal and formal methods for multiplication.

In science, the children planned, conducted and wrote results for their own science experiment.

In PE, we celebrated national PE day but doing a range of fun activities for 15 seconds each.

Week Ending 17/09/2021

Our story in English symbolises hope and friendship, two important themes for Year 6 this year so this week the children made their own lanterns where they place their hopes and dreams within them.

In science this week, we have been exploring different components and trying to make circuits.

This term, Year 6 will be working alongside Watford Football Trust to complete the Positive Minds Education project. It is a ten-week award winning wellbeing programme delivered in primary schools across Hertfordshire to Year 6 pupils. The programme combines classroom and practical-based activities to engage and increase the awareness around the topic of mental health.

Week Ending 10/09/2021

In English this week we have been exploring Aaron Becker’s book ‘Journey’. The children have enjoyed creating comic scripts to retell the story and have spent a lesson creating a descriptive poem. In Maths this week we have been reading, writing and comparing numbers up to 1 million. In art we have been using different types of pencils to experiment with our cross-hatching, shading and blending skills.

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