Author Archives: Elaine Hodgkinson
This week Year 6 have been making and selling ‘Valentine Treats’ to raise money for their trip to the Houses of Parliament in March. A massive thank you to all parents who donated sweets and also those who bought the … Continue reading
Hello, This week the children have been busy writing and editing their persuasive letters. The children had to imagine that they were ‘Sophie’ -the main character in the Rooftoppers. Their task was to persuade the National Childcare Agency to overturn … Continue reading
Hello, Year 6 are really enjoying the book Rooftoppers by Katherine Rundell. We have got as far as the National Childcare Agency wanting to remove the character Sophie from her ‘ward’ Charles. The children have used persuasive language in drama … Continue reading
Year 6 Spring 1 newsletter Hello and Happy New Year, This week Year 6 have been creating a timeline to show when the Vikings invaded Britain. The children got into groups: Celts, Romans, Anglo-Saxons, Vikings and finally the Normans. The … Continue reading
Hello, Despite the awful wet weather this week, Y6 have successfully completed their cyclist awareness training. Take a look at how well they have done.
Hello, This morning a group of Year 6 pupils led the Friday worship with the Christian value of courage. The children used drama to show how Jesus’ called Andrew and his brother Peter to follow Him. They were out on … Continue reading
Hello, Year 6 have been creating aboriginal art using dot painting. This technique is most effective. Take a look – amazing!
Hello, Year 6 have been discussing in R.E. what is ‘good and ‘bad’ – ‘right’ and ‘wrong’. The children came up with really interesting scenarios to act out their dilemmas. The children identified the impact of making ‘good’ or ‘bad’ … Continue reading
Today, despite the bad weather, Year 6 went to Blackleach Country Park to build dens. Fortunately, the day started windy and dry and the children quickly made groups of six and set about building dens. The den had to … Continue reading