It's the AUTUMN term - and we're back!
Year 6 enjoyed a poetical morning with the poet Ian Bland. Lots of laughs and opportunities to write our own poem based on ‘The Phantom’. We listened and danced along with the dinner lady dance!
Y6 children quotes: My favourite part was writing the poem and I was really inspired by the morning. My favourite poem was the Dinner Lady Dance! See this entry to 6W's learning journal. Year 6 have been inspired by the work of Henry Moore to create their own abstract sculpture of the human body.
Y6 investigate how to change the size of a shadow. They carried out investigation in pairs, measuring accurately and recording their results. We also had a visit from 2 soldiers, to help us understand life as a soldier now compared to a WWI soldier - very different!
Year 6 have been listening and responding to the Bon Jovi hit ‘Livin on a Prayer’. They have learnt to sign the song – will be performing soon! They have played the glockenspiels to part of the song.
Mystery Theme Day 1 - World Kindness Day - was great too!
There's a SPRING in our step -
what we have been up to this term!
AUTUMN has arrived!
A very busy, but fun start to the year!
Click here to download the Curriculum Newsletter for the Autumn Term 2019
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Our Year 6 SATs 'Inspire' Workshop was on 24.10.19 - the
presentation and information can be downloaded HERE
JCA was a brilliant way to start our Year 6 journey!
And for those who didn't go to JCA - we had just as much fun in school too!
Our last Summer...
and what a busy one it has been! Photos include our rehearsals & actual performance for our end of year production, coming soon to a school hall near you...
We'll miss them...
With a SPRING in our step...
A NEW YEAR... AUTUMN IS HERE!
And, so the time has come....
Year 6 did their Leavers' Assembly for their families...
we'll miss them!
Click on the videos! VID1 VID2 VID3 VID4 VID5 VID6
Summer is always a busy time in Year6 - SATs (urgh!!!), Party Bus, trips,
visits/ theme days and the end of year production....phew!