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The school is vibrant, cultural heritages are valued and celebrated. Outstanding engagement with parents. Pupils lives are enriched because you make the most of the diverse cultral and social mix. All staff are proud to work here and enjoy being part of the school. Ofsted

Welcome to Year 6

 

Mr Pichowski and Miss Williams teach the classes in year 6

with Mr Bones and Miss Thompson

There are hundreds of great reads for year 6.

These are some of our favourites.

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Click Here for a copy of all the topics this year.

 

  

English Monkey

As part of D/T we made scrambled eggs and compared these to ‘English Monkey’. This was the World War 2 version of scrambled eggs containing dried eggs and powdered milk. Most gave it a thumbs up!

                    

KIC Theatre

As part of our World War 2 topic, Ian Krosher came in and delivered drama workshops. The children imagined they were alive during the Blitz and acted out a variety of fun and interesting scenes in groups.

 

  

Winter skies

Year 6 painted some wintry sunrises using colour blending with water-colours. Everyone produced high quality work which is on display.

Dear Miss Maxted,

A big thank you to your staff and year-six children for attending Safety In Action 2018 and helping Young Animators Club with our ‘Building Characters’ film for ‘Children’s Mental Health Week’. The children were engaged, imaginative, beautifully behaved and came up with some fantastic characters and thought-provoking ideas.

 

You can watch and download the film here: http://younganimatorsclub.com/schools/

                        

Year 6 have kept on working hard through the snowy weather this week, but have still found time to have fun. Here are some beautiful snowflakes we have painted.

We have also written some wonderful descriptions of what it felt like to be outside playing in the snow. Here is Sambridee's work:

Today was a snow day.

Classes were cancelled. We hurried on over to the complex hall to put our hats, gloves and coats on. We stepped outside; I could feel the snow crunching under my feet .

 

We were waiting for Miss to let us go. We were all engulfed in anticipation. “ok, go” at last. We all darted to the play ground. At least 3 people (one of them including me) fell straight away. The snow felt chilly on my warm cheeks. It felt sensational.

 

My first instinct was to make a snowball and hurl it at someone, and so I did. The bitter air was welcoming...at first. It was so cold it was like your nose is getting pinched by the wind and your finger tips start to burn. Your voice gets muffled in the snow.

 

The sky was plain, paper white almost. The snow would stick to your gloves. You would get a snowball in your face or two. Maybe some snow would trickle down your back.

 

All in all, a fun time.