Welcome to Year 6!
Welcome to the Year 6 page! We shall keep updating this page to show everyone the exciting things we have been doing and learning about.
We have updated our class page to help with your home learning. Scroll down to find learning timetables for each week, resources to support each weekly timetable and additional links for more opportunities to learn from home.
Hi Year 6!
I hope you are all well, I have missed you this week, it is far too quiet without you all
This week I have added new activities for you to complete, I have extended on learning from last week and there are links on your timetable to additional learning sites too. Below you will find some video tutorials, some links to BBC Learning to help you and also a rubric and example for writing the final draft of your newspaper report. Don't forget to use the word sheets I sent home to help you and also the writing exemplification sheets, these will help you to assess your own writing and see if there is more you can add. Your SATs guide is also a great place to find examples and help in Maths and English
I have regularly logged on to Purple Mash and Education City and can see who has been on to challenge themselves with the additional learning activities and games so well done to you all. On Purple Mash, I have created a class blog for you to leave comments to let me know what you are up to. I have added an ICT activity about blogs on this weeks timetable.
I hope you are all keeping busy and helping out at home too. This is the perfect opportunity for you to show our 7 values at home, to work together to make this time as easy as possible for everyone you love.
Take care and look after one another.
Websites for Children to access additional learning
What a fantastic Autumn term we have had! The children have worked incredibly hard and have worked together beautifully. I hope you all have a fantastic Christmas and a good break! See you in 2020!
The children had a wonderful time at Burghley House on Wednesday 4th December. The children learnt all about the history of the house and visited the Hall and the kitchen, seeing first hand the equipment used to cater for huge feasts!
In the Hall, where Queen Victoria herself once dined, the children played parlour games and sang traditional Christmas songs as they were told about how the Victorian's would spend their Christmas and also where some of the traditions we still have today originated. The children were also able to make salt dough decorations to take home.
Fencing with MSP
The children have completed a full term of fencing with our MSP coach. The children have become confident in their use of the equipment and also one to one matches and the rules of the game.
We have been fortunate this term to have received excellent basketball coaching from Neil Atkins. The children have been able to improve their throwing and catching skills, excel at shooting and marking and become more confident in the rules of the game. Well done, team.
In Mathematics we have learned how to round numbers to a required degree of accuracy. We have looked at the purpose of rounding in real life and how the amounts can change drastically depending if we round up and down. We worked in mixed groups, explaining and reasoning our methods and the answers we came to. Well done, Year 6.
Forces in Action
This term we will be investigating forces and learning about how they affect us. So far, we have looked at friction as a force and investigated how the different shoes we wear create different amounts of friction. We also questioned why our shoes for school might be designed to create more friction and if there were no friction how would we be affected.
Welcome to Year 6!
With every new academic year comes a new Year 6 class ready to set a fantastic example to the rest of the school. I am looking forward to working with all of the children this year and can't wait to share all of their successes and experiences here on our class page.
Leader in Me
On a daily basis, the children try to demonstrate our core values within school. As we aim to practise them so often, they become good habits that we can use not only in school but also at home too.
This year we will be helping the children to develop a Growth Mindset. This aims to increase their resilience, perseverance and independence in their learning. Further information can be found by following the link below.