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.
Our Golden Rule this week was Work Hard.
Troy and George
These two have continually worked hard through the week, showing that it does not matter if you are at school or at home you can put in every effort and complete work to the best of your ability and show just what you are made of. Amazing boys!
All of 6CG. Even though the walls are decorated in trees and the glimmer of tinsel hangs round the school, you have managed to get your heads down and concentrate on showing what you can do in your assessments. You have ignored all possible distractions and remained focussed on the tasks in class. I am so pleased with what you are showing me and cannot wait for some of you to know how much you’ve progressed!
•I would like to give my honours to the majority of my class (I will write them individual certificates when I am allowed back in school!) They have been up dressed and ready for learning. Starting morning work before register and coming to extra live lessons.
•I am so proud of them. Holly, Troy, Emre, Miley-Jay, George, Nathan, Scarlet Sh, Joel W, Joel E, Megan C, Megan T, Andrew, Charlie, Olivia, Lucas, Rebe-Kay, Dexter, James, Eryn-Jenna and Coady. You are resilient and adaptable learners! Amazing Year 6 children
•Kaden – Kaden is really pushing himself in all areas. He is making sure he concentrates on work and avoids distractions. In writing in particular, Kaden has been showing a real interest and this is evident with what he produces. Well done Kaden, I am so proud!
•Olivia – Olivia is a mature, hard-working Year 6. She concentrates well and this shows in the progress she is constantly making. She is a high flyer in all areas and in particular her reading. Super proud of you Olivia, well done!
This week's Golden Rule was Be Gentle.
Check out our gentle children.
She is an incredibly kind and gentle girl with her peers and everything around her. Isabelle thinks about how her actions affect others and treats others with kindness.
For being a kind and gentle friend as well as looking out for others. He can always be relied upon to take his turn, wait patiently and put others ahead of himself. What a wonderful young man.
This week's Golden Rule was Be Honest. Check out the Year 6 winners:
Rebe-Kay is a wonderful member of the class; she is always open and honest about her learning and has a good understanding of her emotional needs. Rebe will let you know when and what she needs no matter how difficult the topic may be
Jayden is a fabulous member of the class. He always tries to keep every golden rule, but one I can definitely rely on Jayden to always keep is be honest. He does this even when it might feel tricky to be honest (when something goes wrong). Jayden knows that honesty means we can sort every issue quickly and work to making it better. Well done Jayden, I am so proud of you!
•Caitlin – for building her resilience and keep persevering even when she finds things more tricky. Caitlin is showing a wonderful Year 6 attitude and keeps trying.
•Megan C - for giving 100% in all lessons. Megan is always willing to contribute and offer answers. She keeps working hard and recognises when she makes mistakes, and corrects them. Wonderful resilience.
•Dylan – trying really hard in all learning, especially in writing where he is working on being able to adapt to write for all genres.
•Daisy – super work in maths, not letting fractions beat her and continuing to try until she could do it!
Year 6 Blog
This year’s team consists of Mrs Darrington, Miss Gallagher Mrs Clark, Mrs Walker, and Mrs Smith.