The Y6 team is Mr Bramley and Miss Vernon, who are supported by Mrs Stock, Mr Smithson, Mrs Boulton and Mrs Spriggs.
We are looking forward to working with the Y6 children and are looking forward to a successful year ahead. There are many opportunities to embrace in Year 6 and we look forward to sharing these on the year group page.
Before Half-Term we had a visit from Learn by Design. The children completed a number of tasks in order to build a successful railway from Kinex. There was some great engineering skills involved to overcome obstacles such as diversions and bridge building.
Well done to all our Year 6 children on completing their SATs. You all worked really hard.
Here they are enjoying their ice-cream treats!
What a fantastic and muddy trip to Linacre Woods today for Year 6.
The children loved a break from the classroom the extend their learning outdoors. They took part in a nature trail, measured the age and height of trees, worked on their measurement estimation skills and also completed a photography challenge. These photos will soon be used as part of a gallery where parents and children will be able to vote for their favourite in each catergory.
We were exceptionally lucky this week to have a visit from the BBC. We have been selected by them to star in a documentary called ‘Super Schools’.
The children were on best behaviour and their learning was as spectacular as always.
This week has also been Science Week with a focus around plastic pollution. We have completed several investigations including making bio-degradable plastic and exploring which material acted as a best filter. Tomorrow, we looked forward to completing our litter pick around the town to help encourage recycling
Great work Year 6 :)
What a busy week we’ve had in Year 6.
We started with Eco Day on Wednesday where the children learnt about the devastating effects of plastic waste pollution. We will continue with more work on this in our science week next week
We then had World Book Day on Thursday. Thanks to all those who made the effort to dress up and to those parents who were able to come and read with their children in the morning. The children took part in a mystery of the golden pen and were great detectives in cracking the codes to work out who had stolen the pen.