Year 6 Blog
Find out what exciting projects the Year 6 Pupils have been up to recently…
What a fantastic time Year 6 had in London. All the children loved both the London Eye and The Houses of Parliament.
It was an exciting day, an early start with all children getting to school for 6.15 a.m. however, this was forgotten as soon as the coach departed. The excitement just grew as we neared ...more
Year 6 have had an amazing week. On Thursday, World Book Day, the children found their classroom filled with pirate artefacts along with their very own Treasure Island. Waves and sea shanty music could be heard, as the children had the task of considering everything a pirate would need, before embarking on a long sea ...more
- Hello and welcome back,
The children have really worked enthusiastically on their half-term writing projects. This week they have been editing and improving their stories further by including expanded noun phrases, passive verbs and choosing appropriate vocabulary to create effect.
This month's diary dates:
Wednesday 13th March YR 6 SAT's meeting
Wednesday 13th March YR 6 London trip information ...more
- 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 treats. Year 6 have made an amazing £140.00
Have a wonderful half term holiday and I look ...more
- This week the children have been learning all about Internet Safety and how to be SMART safe online.
We have been making #StAndrewsOurInternetOurChoice pledges, creating amazing Stay Safe posters, drama and filming videos of ways to stay safe!
Here are some videos of the children sharing their Online Safety Messages. Please take a look!
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 their decision to remove her from her ward, Charles Maxim.
The children had previously used drama to ...more
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 sessions to really stimulate emotive language. Your children have loved these drama sessions and they really ...more
- 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 children researched online the dates when these invaders came to Britain.
Thank you for you on-going support,
Mrs Hodgkinson, ...more
- Happy New Year!
FYI...Little Hulton Library has got a new family film club, which runs on the second Saturday of every month from 10.00am – 12.30pm. The club is free and we show a film that is related to children’s books. So far they have shown films such as: Horrid Henry, Matilda, Paddington, Beauty and the ...more
Thank you for attending our Christmas Sing-a-long this morning. It was lovely to see so many of you supporting us! We are sure that you would all agree that the children did an amazing job of singing, dancing and performing on the stage in front of so many people. The children looked fantastic in their ...more
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