Year 6 Blog
Find out what exciting projects the Year 6 Pupils have been up to recently…
- Welcome back,
I hope you have all had an enjoyable Easter break.
This week, Year 6 have taken advantage of the gorgeous weather and have been putting our rounders skills to the test; preparing for the inter-school tournament to be held in May- more details to follow.
Please find attached the Summer 1 newsletter.
Sum 1 class newsletter 2018
- Year 6 had a fabulous trip to both the London Eye and The Houses of Parliament,
The coach left school at 6.30am. It was a long day but really worth the long travel time. The children were able to visit the House of Commons gallery and The House of Lords visitors gallery.
At the end of their ...more
All the children are getting really excited ahead of our London trip to visit The Houses of Parliament. Just a quick reminder, all children need to be in school for 6.15 am in full school uniform/ school shoes. The children need a packed lunch and a packed tea in two separate bags/boxes and all drinks ...more
On Tuesday 13th March at 3.30 p.m. there will be a SAT's meeting for parents and carers in the Year 6 classroom. This will give you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have and also to find out how best to support your child.
We look forward to seeing you. Have a great weekend ...more
Yesterday we had a visitor from the Dogs Trust who came in school to talk to us about how to stay safe around dogs. Today Dogs Trust (formerly the NCDL) is the UK’s largest dog welfare charity and cares for over 15,000 dogs each year through its network of 20 rehoming centres in the UK ...more
- Welcome back,
The children have had an exciting week back at school, one with the snowy weather and secondly getting 'dressed-up' for World Book day. It was lovely to see how many pirates and princesses we had. Thank you once again for your support with costumes and book donations.
Please find attached the newsletter with important dates ...more
Year 6 have been busy using Google Earth to track the flight path of the Osprey from The Highlands of Scotland to The Gambia. The children have been able to see what kind of terrain and conditions face these remarkable rare birds: from extreme cold weather to hot dry deserts. Year 6 have also started ...more
- This week Yr 6 have been researching the osprey - linked to the book Sky Hawk by Gill Lewis. The children have located the Cairngorms in Scotland and looked at the geographical features, which make this area suitable for nesting osprey. Yr 6 then used Imovie on the iPads; collating all this information together to produce ...more
The pupils of Year 6 led a super assembly based on this term's topic: The Vikings.
The children contributed to writing the script; basing it on facts learned in our topic lessons.
Songs from the Horrible Histories, Literally and Viking land, were chosen by the children. I'm sure you'll agree they performed both with such conviction.
Well done ...more
- The children are loving the book Sky Hawk by Gill Lewis.
Sky Hawk is set in a small farming village high in the mountains of Scotland. It begins with a meeting between three boys who seem, at first, to be quite irritating and childish, especially Rob who is a bit of a show-off, and Iona, a ...more
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