Year 6 Blog
Find out what exciting projects the Year 6 Pupils have been up to recently…
Happy New Year. Please find attached the curriculum knowledge organiser for your child. Here you will find out about the subject content for the spring term curriculum.Thank youMrs Hodgkinson
Knowledge Organiser Y6 Spring 1Download
This week in Year 6 we have been reading a non-chronological report about Mozart's life. The children were very interested in how he had a magnificent memory and was able to transcribe a piece of music after only listening to it once! We also discussed how his sister Anna Maria was also a talented musician, ...more
I hope you've enjoyed your half term break. Please see our learning for the next half term.
- It has been so lovely to welcome your children back to school. The children have been really excited seeing their friends and have settled in really well.This week we have been learning about the world we live in. The children have been able to locate continents, countries, and capital cities on a map. They have ...more
Welcome back Year 6 Maple
Welcome back after the Easter Holidays Year 6 Maple! We hope you have all had an enjoyable rest.
As we return to school, we would like to welcome Miss Wynn to our class. She will be our Teaching Assistant until the end of the school year.
Our subjects for this half term will ...more
Our Christmasy Week in Y6 Maple
What a gorgeous week we’ve had in Year 6 Maple. On Monday, we had our Christmas lights switch on, and found out Peter had won our ‘make your own bauble’ competition. The day was completed when we met some very friendly reindeers, Donner and Blitzen!
Then on Tuesday, we enjoyed a ...more
Year 6 having been exploring the text The Executioner's Daughter by Jane Hardstaff. We have now read the first few chapters and have been thinking about the main events and the characters within the story. Year 6 have been writing diary entries based on the main character Moss. We have discussed her feelings towards different ...more
Year 6 Maple are very excited as they are about to embark on a Pen Pal Project with a class of 11 year olds from Santo Tomás de Aquino in Inca, Majorca.
We will be practising and improving our Spanish speaking and writing skills in this meaningful way; sharing letters, emails, photographs and videos.
This half term our new topic in science will be 'Animals including Humans'. After briefly introducing what this topic will focus on, Year 6 have come up with the following questions that they would like to explore further over the next few weeks or so.
Why do we need a heart?
What is the heart made of?
Year 6 Maple's Homework
Both Mrs Fortune and Mrs Hall want to say that Year 6's homework this week was excellent on SeeSaw. All the children completed it to an excellent standard, and the presentation brilliant doing it on paper first, then taking a photograph.
This week we have set a reading comprehension and some work on ...more
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