This week has been another busy week for Year 6.
We have continued to read Journey to Jo’burg and have written our own narratives based around the students protest.
In Maths, we have been learning the different parts to a circle and how to work out radius, diameter and circumference.
In addition we have looked at how to work out missing angles.
We hope you all have a good half term.
We are looking forward to seeing the children return from Swanage and hearing all about their exciting adventures.
We have heard they have been having a lot of fun.
The rest of the year 6 had a fantastic day at the Cinema and bowling on Wednesday and their excellent behaviour was even recognised and praised by a member of the public.
They have also had fun this week designing their very own theme park, thinking about how much it will cost to run and build.
Welcome back to all of the Year 6’s.
We are looking forward to all the exciting things that have been planned for this term and it is going to be very exciting.
This week the children have been learning about the Apartheid and the role of Nelson Mandela—they were quite shocked in our very own segregation activity.
In Maths, we have been reading numbers beyond 1 million and ordering them.
If you would like to know more about the topics we are covering this term, you can find them on the school’s website.
Finally a big well done to the children who completed their 11+ papers this week.