Year 6


11th December 2019

To begin the new term Year 6 have been learning about their new history Topic, World War II. We have been learning about how WWII started and the impact of the First World War. Lots of excellent pieces of work were produced. Well done Year 6!
We have re-organised our class library. Abigail very kindly donated some of her old books which have been added to our collection. Teja and Mia volunteered to be class librarians and to make sure the books are organised into different genres of fiction and non-fiction.
In maths we have been exploring co-ordinates. Everyone has worked really hard and shown lots of resilience. Growth mindsets have certainly been shown this week!


21st December 2018

This week we have been working on Christmas themed problem solving activities. Lots of resilience was shown by all pupils as some of the problems were very challenging! On Monday, Year 6 edited their mystery stories from last week, using editing strips to focus on the section of the their writing they wished to improve. The Pantomime was the highlight on Wednesday; everyone really enjoyed the performance. We had a general knowledge quiz in class on Thursday - everyone really enjoyed working as a team to answer as many questions as possible. May I take this opportunity to wish all of our pupils and their families a very merry Christmas and a happy new year! See you in 2019! 


14th December 2018

Year 6 have been looking at the features of a mystery story and have been practising using the passive voice to build tension in their writing. The pieces they have produced so far are excellent. In Maths, we have been solving multi step problems involving decimals. We have also had the opportunity to listen to a real author and to meet the wonderful Monty. A busy and successful week! 


7th December 2018

This week got off to a very festive start when Year 6 had the opportunity to bake mince pies with Mr Deveny from classroom kitchen. This was lots of fun and Year 6 loved learning new skills. We have been working hard on our autumn term assessments this week, everyone has tried hard to achieve their best scores. Well done Year 6!


30th November 2018

This week Year 6 had a visit from Rev. Cook to learn about the Eucharist. We are now thinking about planning our own Eucharist using the elements that we learned about. We have also continued our work on the respiratory system and wrote excellent explanations about how the lungs work, including lots of scientific vocabulary.


23rd November 2018

This week Year 6 complete a science investigation looking at reconstructing the lungs. They followed instructions carefully and the finished pieces were a success. Year 6 also had the last classroom kitchen session where they made carrot and tomato soup.


16th November 2018

This week we have been thinking about respect and kindness in Year 6 for anti-bullying week. PCSO Dawn came in to speak about having respect for others when using social media. The class created posters to display around school, these focus on promoting random acts of kindness. 

In science this week Year 6 have been continued their learning about the circulatory system. They have had a go at putting the heart together - but just using paper!

9th November 2018

This week Year 6 have been learning about addition of fractions in Mathematics. It’s been challenging but everyone has persevered and made excellent progress. In English, we have been practising the skills linked to report writing and researching our topic areas for the non-chronological reports we will produce next week. 

In topic, we have been learning about Viking longhouses. We created a home advertisement for a longhouse for sale using lots of descriptive language. On Tuesday, the classroom kitchen paid us a visit. We played some games to develop our fitness and learned about nutrition. We even had the opportunity to prepare and cook our own Jambalaya which was excellent. It’s been a busy but interesting week!


2nd November 2018

This week Year 6 have been reading a range of non-chronological reports in preparation for writing our own reports on the Vikings in a couple of weeks. In Maths we have started our work on fractions and have been focusing on factors, multiples and simplifying fractions by finding the highest common factor. 
In topic, we have been researching the city of York and looking at Viking artefacts that have been discovered there. In science, we have started our work on animals including humans and have been looking at the human circulatory system - focusing on the function of the lungs.