|Mrs Kaul||Miss Slater||Ms Barss|
|Year 6 Teacher||Year 6 Teacher - Head of Year||Year 6 Teacher|
Well done to Year 6 this week who have thoroughly enjoyed both of their Victorian days. On Tuesday they were lucky enough to experience a Victorian school room, led by the very intimidating Master Grey. In the afternoon they were able to explore artefacts, make toys, write postcards using ink pens and play guess the Victorian. On Wednesday we celebrated Christmas the Victorian way. We made crackers, toys, cards, wrapping paper and played many games. The children fully immersed themselves into the lives of the Victorian children by dressing up in fantastic costumes. Thank you for behaving so well and allowing yourself to learn whilst having fun. What a great end to this term, we are so proud of you.
Miss Slater, Miss Barss and Miss Power.
Well done to 6B for performing in their own Spanish Cafe Role Plays yesterday. The children worked hard this term learning all the essential vocabulary and phrases and preparing their own scripts and props. Mrs Ermis
Last week classes 6P and 6S performed in their own Spanish role plays En Café. The children worked very hard preparing their props, scripts and costumes to ensure their show was a success! Well done to you all! Mrs Ermis
Year 6 Fashion Show
This year, Year 6 did work amazingly well across all the subjects including Spanish! Our Fashion Show just summed it up!It was a pleasure to watch them walk down the catwalk with fun and speak confidently, when they described what they wore in Spanish. I hope they continue to develop their language skills as there are already many talented linguists. Good luck for your future adventures. Well Done! Mrs Ermis
The children in my maths class have really embraced their challenges. They have been working on understanding negative numbers in real-life contexts. We studied bank statements to understand how debt can increase and decrease. Well done for using your growth mindset and not giving up. It really has been a fun week.
This week, Miss.Power's S.F.A group have written deeply perceptive responses to 'The Village that Vanished' - a book about bravely escaping slavery. To celebrate Black History Month and express their ideas, they have sensitively illustrated pivotal scenes from the story.
|On Thursday, Year 6 virtually flew all the way to Guatemala, in Central America, where they had some great discussions about the country's culture and impressive 30 volcanoes but especially about its poverty issues. They also created 'Worry Dolls' using pipe cleaners , wool and pieces of fabric; followed by another excellent session of flamenco. Mrs Ermis|
The Human Body and the
In Year 6, we are learning about the heart;
what it does, the parts and how it affects our lives.
You can see some of the amazing
science work our Year 6 children have
been doing recently.