Friday, 1 March 2019

POLAR PROJECT


Y6 have had some really amazing models in this week from a homework project. Well done children and well done family members who got involved and helped! We love them! Watch out for some more as they arrive.


ICEBERG HABITATS

Y6 created some fabulous diagrams of iceberg eco-systems. See how busy life can get on and around an iceberg! Many creatures can survive because of the freshwater that has slowly melted away from the ice.




Tuesday, 12 February 2019

Coding Snowflakes

Y6 are delighted with their coding lesson with Mr Harris. We combined Scratch coding with maths angle knowledge to create repeating patterns. Do you like our snowflake scenes?




Year 6 searching for angles in the playground environment

Year 6 had great fun finding a variety of angles on our playground.  They had the task of seeking them out, trying to find ones that no one else had thought of and a group selfie! Following this they made a pic collage of their results. Well done everyone.

Wednesday, 23 January 2019

How Children's Rights were removed during the Holocaust - UNICEF linked topic research



To conclude our War Child topic year 6 have been linking the UNICEF rights to their historical research into the Holocaust. We are very proud of the mature attitudes all children maintained during this activity into what is a very emotive subject.  Through their answers it was obvious to see how much information they have taken on board throughout this topic. 
Well Done Year 6, we hope our new topic Perilous Poles continues to inspire such thoughtful, high quality work!

Thursday, 13 December 2018

A wonderful interview with a governor

Thank you  so much to Russell who came to visit Year 6 to tell them all about his families experiences during WW2.  We loved hearing about how your aunty and uncle escaped and how they managed to bring this with them. Many Thanks

Creating electrical circuits in Year 6


6W had an interesting afternoon attempting to build parallel and series circuits with different amounts of bulbs and cells.  We had loads of fun trying to add more and more batteries to the circuits and seeing what would happen