Year 6 have had a reply from Gavin Williamson from their letters giving their opinions on the banning of mobile phones. Please read below.
This week we have been focusing on Mental Health Week and getting back into nature. Look at our pictures inspired by nature.
We have linked World Maths Day to World Book Day and used the story 365 Penguins to inspire our learning.
Today we incorporated art, science and maths in our study of the local artist Liz West. We have looked at he pieces that involve using light and circles. We recapped learning on the colour wheel; used compasses to draw circles of different sizes and can now label the different parts of a circle.
This year we have created Christmas trees to decorate school - each class had three winners. These are Year 6. All children that entered got a lovely festive pencil!
Our ‘Top Table Diners’ have been chosen because of their impeccable manners and behaviour during lunchtime. They always eat using their manners – using cutlery, not talking with food in their mouths and sitting properly at the table. They make sure they are eating sensibly so they don’t make a mess. They are considerate of others. Well done!
•Andrew – putting in effort and showing good progress across the different subjects. Andrew has settled and is working hard.
•Nathan – consistently working hard and putting in constant effort in his learning. Attempting to keep himself organised and he is always ready and willing to learn.
•Miley – for being an amazing friend to all. She is kind, considerate and caring.
•Chelsea – for being an always child. She always gets on , tries her hardest, pushing herself and respectful of other. Everything you want in a child.
Year 6 Blog
This year’s team consists of Mrs Darrington, Mrs Hawkins, Mrs Clarke, Mrs M Smith, Mrs Bailey, Mrs Stanley and Miss Stenton.