Year 6


A musical end to the week

After a week where we: learnt about and used co-ordinating and subordinating conjunctions in English, honed our division skills in preparation for Long Division in Maths, looked at what happens in a Sikh Gurdwara in RE, and continued with our reading challenge reviews, we finished with some…

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Posted by Mr Rugg on 15 October 2018

Tags: Class 6

A Roman, a Bishop, a robot and no pens!

No it's not the start of a bad joke, just another busy week in the life of Class 6!

We started off by revising and learning Roman Numerals up to 10,000 and recreated a number on the playground - can you work out what it is?

We were delighted to be visited by the Rt Revd Paul Slater, Bishop…

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Posted by Mr Rugg on 5 October 2018

Tags: Class 6

Art Attack!

We had a brilliant Art session on Friday focusing on complementary and harmonious colours, and mixing different shades and tones like the artist Paul Klee. This is in preparation for designing our own class logo representing brand 'Class 6', linking to our topic about the Global Economy and how…

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Posted by Mr Rugg on 27 September 2018

Tags: Class 6

I'll Be There

It's been another busy week in Year 6 and the children have been doing lots of different activities and learning. With assessments out of the way, we've made a start on our normal curriculum and in Maths have been looking at 'Place Value' and numbers up to ten million. We've linked this learning…

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Posted by Mr Rugg on 18 September 2018

A busy week!

What a busy first week we've had in Year 6 - the time has flown! In addition to our baseline assessments each morning (which have earned the children lots of house points for getting through them so well), we've been sorting out things like daily routines and expectations, homework planners,…

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Posted by Mr Rugg on 12 September 2018

Tags: Class 6

Welcome to our new Class 6

We've had a fantastic first day in Class 6 and the children have shown superb behaviour - taking their new status as the oldest children in school very seriously.

We've been talking about all of the exciting things we will be doing this year such as the residential, production, trips and…

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Posted by Mr Rugg on 6 September 2018

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

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Posted by Mrs Hilton on 1 September 2018

Gardening

We thoroughly enjoyed our afternoon gardening with Mrs Kennett last week. We have planted some lettuce and can't wait to see them grow over the next 4-6 weeks. Due to the surprisingly sunny weather, we have some watering monitors who are ensuring our lettuce get watered every day!

Whilst…

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Posted by Miss Cammiss on 14 May 2018

Tags: Class 5

Relaxation Music

Year 5 have been composing and performing their own relaxation music. We have learnt that long, soft notes work best for this genre of music and have spent lots of time practising and combining different instruments together. We definiltely have some budding musicians in the class, I can't wait to…

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Posted by Miss Cammiss on 4 May 2018

Tags: Class 5

Robinwood

Robinwood Residential was an amazing three days where everyone pushed themselves to their limits and managed to overcome their fears! We all had such an incredible time doing lots of activities from 9am all the way until 9pm!

The activities were: archery, caving, canoeing, climbing, crate…

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Posted by Miss Cammiss on 24 April 2018

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 will certainly help to improve our accuracy. Learning all of the tips and rules below should also…

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Posted by Miss Cammiss on 24 April 2018

Tags: Class 5

Debate Competition

Following our debating topic in January, we were provided with the opportunity to go to a debating competition!

Once we were told that we would be proposing the motion 'mobile phones should be allowed in schools', we quickly began to research some evidence for our argument at debate…

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Posted by Miss Cammiss on 28 March 2018

Tags: Class 5