Year 6 Blog
Find out what exciting projects the Year 6 Pupils have been up to recently…
Thank you to everyone who attended the year 5/year 6 Family Learning Workshop. The children enjoyed many activities including : making a jigsaw piece that will all fit together, save our oceans picture, rainbow biscuits and a key to unlock education.
A big thank you to all teaching assistants and to Miss Jones who helped organise ...more
This week Year 6 had their first session of Real Love Rocks with Mrs Utzeri. The children discussed all the kinds of people they have a relationship with: friends, family, dentist, instructor, teacher etc. The children discussed how all these relationships are different. Finally, talked about things that make a good relationship and things ...more
- This week YR6 have been investigating the effect exercise has on heart rate. The children learned how to measure their heart rate after locating their radial artery. They counted the number of beats in 15 seconds then they multiplied their result by 4 to get their heart rate for one minute. Various exercises were used ...more
- Thank you to everyone who filled a bag last Friday, we have raised £120 this money will go towards our school funds.
Look out for the next date Friday 27th March 2020.
Mrs Lysons more
- This week Year 6 have been remembering all the animals who died in both World War 1 & World War 2.
In remembrance of this, poppies were made using tissue paper. Take a look- some of the completed poppies on display at Co-op Funeralcare Manchester Road.
Have a lovely weekend,
Mrs Hodgkunson Y6
I hope you've all enjoyed the half-term break.
This half-term there are lots of exciting things happening in Year 6:
Wednesday 20th November 2019 - Crucial Crew
Bike fix - Friday 29th November
Bikeability Week (Mon-Thurs) Monday 2nd December
Wednesday 11th December 2019 - Houses of Parliament and London Eye
Here is also a copy of the Autumn 2 Newsletter.
Newsletter Autumn ...more
- The next date for Bags 2 School is coming up shortly. The bags will be sent home after the half term. This is an ideal time to have a de-clutter before Christmas, whilst raising money for the School.
Mrs Lysons more
Thank you to four YR6 pupils who’ll led the worship this morning. They used drama to show there are so many things we need to be grateful for. The children in assembly were asked to think of what they were thankful for and finally we were taught an action prayer - well done.
What a fantastic time Y6 have had den building at Blackleach Country Park. The park ranger warned of the muddy conditions earlier in the week and after all the rainfall last night the ground was saturated!
Y6 loved every minute! They really enjoyed designing and constructing in such muddy conditions.
A big thank you to all parents/carers ...more
This week, as part of our local history topic, we have been researching the Bridgewater Canal. The children then went on to paint in watercolours, using a blending technique.
Take a look.
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