Take a look at our DT project-flags of the world-related to our topic What a Wonderful World.
Year 6 Esther Mahlangu styled art. Looking forward to seeing the final masterpieces.
Here are our 100% attendance winners-06/02/20
We have been writing descriptions focusing on making the best possible vocabulary choices and varying our sentence openers. Have a look at Morgan’s.
This group of children who were given South Africa as their country were even luckier: they had a representative from the embassy hand deliver their post!
As part of our What a Wonderful World topic, the children wrote letters to their country's embassy. Here they are opening some replies - how lucky are they?
Attendance Winners and AR scores 30.01.20
CC Art - Exploring artists around the world
What a Wonderful World CC Launch Day
Year 6 Peter Pan week
6BP making clay pots
100% weekly attendance winners
Weekly AR scores on the doors
Weekly AR scores on the doors
Weekly Attendance Winners
In assembly we had an election... we heard the manifestos and voted for who we thought had the best ideas...
Theatre Production - Where’s your head at?’ More photos on the PSHE page.
Armands and Taylor playing us out of assembly.
Well done boys,who only learnt to play this song yesterday.
Out of school success! Artist, footballer and gymnast in the making
AR results for the week
100% attendance winners this week
Topic Homework - children looking at the work produced by each class. More photos in the homework section.
Wow! It really was a pleasure looking through the children's work. We have been amazed by how much effort and the support from home. Many thanks!
14/11/19: Trip to Parliament!
Year 6 at Forest School
Eva's railway safety poster created after watching a safety video.
6RA Cress Seed Experiments
6BP Science Experiment - Growing cress
6CA Making Tzatziki and Greek Flat Bread
Science Experiment - Growing cress
6TS make clay pots
As part of our Ancient Greeks topic, in art, we have been studying Greek pottery. After trailing it last week with salt dough, today we used the coiling technique to form the pot and added handles joining handles with slips.
Guided Reading - Poetry
During our daily Guided Reading sessions, we have been learning poetry to perform to our class. Well done all for performing in front of an audience.
100% Attendance Weekly Winners
Steel Pan Drums
In Music, we have been focusing on different rhythms, as well as learning to read musical notation. Well done Year 6!
Salt Dough Pottery
As part of our Autumn term Art lessons, 6TS have been experimenting with salt dough to make pottery before turning our newly acquired skills to clay. Here we learnt how to coil and create slips to join separate pieces of dough together. It was great fun!
Class winners for 100% attendance this week
Outside of school achievement
Alex: 2nd place for 50m and 100m breast stroke
Greek Tzatziki and Flat Bread
Year 6 winners from the Young Writers competition
Our class attendance winners!
DT - Practising our grating, slicing and peeling skills
Welcome to Year 6 Afternoon
In Year 6, we have been discussing what mastery means. Here are the thoughts of 6BP...
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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