|Flamingo Class||Yellowhammer Class|
Mrs Adams (1:1)
Due to the current situation we find ourselves in due to Covid19. We are all unaware if there will even be a Year 6 transfer day/week this academic year. Our usual process for year 6 travel during Transfer may be different this year. We will still gather your information and if transfer day/week happen then we will deliver the passes and time tables back to the schools. However if this does not happen we will email/post information of what service you will need for September.
This week the children have started a new literacy text, ‘Skellig’.
We have written predictions and started to explore the main character using our inference skills.
In Maths, we have been tackling algebra problems .
We have started to learn about how light travels in Science.
In Year 6, the children have been preparing to write a newspaper report in Literacy.
They have researched the topic of whale beaching, carried out hot-seating of witnesses and planned their reports.
In Numeracy, we have been solving problems involving conversions of mass, length and volume as well as enjoying competitions and activities for maths week.
Year 6 have had a busy week—we have been solving problems involving ratio and proportion in Maths and continuing to build on our arithmetic skills.
In Literacy we have been watching clips from the film “The Whale Rider” and exploring the main character in more depth.
We are excited to find out what happens next in this film and extend our writing skills.
Finally we have began researching more about the rainforest in our Topic.
We are looking forward to a busy and fun term ahead.
Year 6 worked extremely hard last week completing their practise SATs papers; they all did well and should be proud of themselves. In Science, we have been learning about the circulatory system and the children have enjoyed making their very own board games linked to the heart and lungs.
Finally, we have also been rehearsing for our Christmas show and are looking forward to sharing it with you.
Year 6 have all settled back into their normal routines this week after a fantastic week spent in Norfolk.
We have continued with our text ‘Kensuke’s Kingdom’ and the children have all been writing persuasive letters.
In Maths, we have had our shape heads on and have been revising translations, reflections and coordinates.
Finally, in Science the children have started to explore the circulation system and began to take a closer look at the workings of the heart.
Year 6 have worked really hard this week completing their practise SATs.
They should all be really proud of themselves.
The children have been practising their narrative writing including using speech for effect.
Year 6 won the Battle of the Bands competition this week—we were amazed at the children’s scores.
And finally well done to Yellowhammer who have won this terms spelling bee—it was very close and in the end a tie breaker decided.
We hope you have a great half term.
Year 6 have been working on their long multiplication and division skills in maths.
We have also been learning the rules around BODMAS.
In literacy, the children worked hard writing a discussion text and have used some fantastic vocabulary choices.
In science, the children have been learning about acquired and inherited characteristics.
Don't forget to hand in your parents evening slips.
We hope you have a good weekend.