STEM Week 11th-15th March
STEM week really got our brains working! At the start of the week we took part in a science workshop where we made marble runs with Mr Robinson from St John Fishers - we had to think outside of the box and be very creative. Towards the end of the week Mrs Dillon came in to lead an exciting lesson on code breaking. Take a look at photos of us in action below.
World Book Day 7.3.19
Well done Y6, you all made such a fantastic effort for World Book Day! The money raised will be going to CAFOD.
Over the last couple of weeks we’ve had an excellent time doing our Bikeability course. We’ve learnt a lot about how to stay safe when out on the roads. (Click to look through the pictures.)
Thank you so much for all of the thoughtful gifts, cards and well-wishes that we have received. We hope that you all have a wonderful and restful Christmas. See you in the New Year.
Mrs Perry, Mrs Delahay, Mrs Saxon and Miss Taylor
Our class made sweet boxes and cake boxes for the school Christmas fair. We had lots fun both making and selling them. They all sold out very quickly. What a super afternoon!
A Surprise Visitor
We loved our visit from Santa, what a super surprise!
To mark the beginning of Advent, we made Jesse ornaments and wrote our Advent promises on them. We then decorated the tree with them.
Year 6 led the first Advent Liturgy.
Anti - Bullying Week
During anti-bullying week we were lucky enough to have an anti-racism workshop. We had a really fun morning and learnt a lot. Below are some of the pictures.
Welcome to Year Six!
Centenary Service 15.11.18
This morning, we attended a WWI centenary service at Christ Church along with many other schools. We found out about different aspects of the war through letters, which we all found very moving. We loved joining in with the war time songs too!
Keeping Our Teeth Healthy 14.11.18
Today we were joined by the staff from Bupa Dental Care, they led us through a very informative workshop on how to keep our teeth healthy. We learnt about which foods we should only be having occasionally and how to brush our teeth properly.
A Child’s War
This half term we have loved exploring World War Two in our topic work. We have sang WWII songs, made Anderson shelters, written evacuee letters and much more. Have a look at some of our work below.
Click on the link below to find a range of useful resources that can be used to aid revision. This term, there will be a big focus on mental maths so make sure you’ve practiced your times tables.
Welcome back everybody, first of all we would like to say thank you so much for all of the lovely cards and gifts that we received at the end of last year.
We are Mrs Delahay and Mrs Perry and we are both very excited to be teaching in Year 6 this year. We are very lucky to have been able to move up into Year 6 with our previous class and are delighted to be able to spend another year with such wonderful children. This year we have a lot of hard work to do together but we aim to make it as fun as we can along the way.