The Y6 team is Mr Bramley and Mrs Vernon, who are supported by Mrs Stock and Mr Smithson.
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.
To link with our science topic, the children in Year 6 are making their own clay heart model. As you can see from the picture they are coming on a treat.
Year 6 loved their visit from George Marriott, one of our winners from last terms award ceremony. George is training to become a Maths teacher and this Maths challenge he set for our children was amazing. All children engaged and excitied about Maths.
It was great to see our Year 6s so enthusiastic to write their own rainforest descriptions based on our work surrounding ‘The Great Kapok Tree’. Similes, metaphors, personification, the children included many writing techniques to make their descriptions a great success!
As part of our new science topic ‘Healthy Heart’, the children learnt about the 4 components that make up blood: red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, plasma. They made their own model of blood and created sets of instructions using Pic Collage.
Last week was a week full of winners as we invited some of our local winners in to meet the children.
Monday began with a visit from Roger. A father who unfortunately lost his son when he was aged 11 and has since gone on to raise over £54,000 for Sheffield Children’s Hospital by completing over 200 runs across the world. 🏃🏼♂️
Wednesday involved a visit from Matt, a doctor who trained for 5 years and is now furthering his training by becoming a paediatric practitioner. 👨⚕️
Friday was concluded by a visit from Reece a British Champion Rally Driver, who has travelled around Europe competing. 🚗
Keep your eyes peeled for visit from more winners this week 👀 🏆