Your home learning project is due in on Friday 8th December.
Year 6 really enjoyed our science learning this week. We were learning about the heart and had a great experience observing and dissecting a heart to see what it looked like inside and how the different parts worked and connected together.
Year 6 have been enjoying learning about micro organisms today! We found out about and created fact files for different bacteria, viruses and fungi. We then made them using play dough, observing what they looked like carefully. Did you know you can only see micro organisms under a microscope?
This week we have begun to explore positive and negative numbers. We used counters to help us: one colour represented positive numbers and another represented negative numbers. We used these to physically add and subtract and then develop rules for what happens when we add and subtract with negative numbers. What did you find out […]
For anyone who was not able to attend the information evening tonight on PGL here is the PowerPoint we talked through.
We have been exploring decimals today with Numicon. We then moved onto working out more and less calculations pictorially and then using abstract methods. Can you use your learning to answer the question below: If the baseboard is 1 and this is my answer, what could my question have been?
Today we had our Hot Shots taster sessions. The children always enjoy these and the club is very popular. Therefore, make sure you get your forms back to the office by Wednesday morning to be in with a chance of getting a place. Hot Shots operate on a ‘first come, first served’ basis, so make […]
Following on from the information given on the curriculum forecast and on the parents’ information evening last July, here’s a little reminder that we have a parents’ meeting about the upcoming PGL residential this Tuesday. It will be at 3.30pm in the Inspire Studio (the building with the Year 6 classes in). We look forward […]
Here is our English text map for the descriptive text ‘The Applause’. You all learnt it brilliantly today and performed it clearly with actions! Well done! See if you can recall it to somebody at home!
Welcome to our new Year 6s! They all came in brilliantly today – keen and ready to learn. They threw themselves into English, maths and science really well and produced some lovely work. We’re looking forward to a fantastic year with them and know they will work really hard and do themselves proud. Mrs Sinclair and […]