On Monday 22nd May, Year 6 learned some new skills that might help to save a person's life.
Suzanne from the Red Cross talked to the children about the importance of providing first aid. This could be just by having the confidence to call 999 or being able to put someone in the recovery position.
The children had lots of questions for Suzanne and responded well to this training.
As part of our Art work after the SATs, the children used their clay skills to create their own version of The Great Wave by Hokusai.
February 8th 2023
Year 6 have working on their Design Technology skills this week in Designing, Making and Evaluating an African Safari Hide.
The children used previously developed skills with woodwork (Cams in Autumn) to create a cube or cuboid structure. They worked independently to add legs, ladders, walls, floors and camouflage to produce a unique Safari Hide. I was very impressed with how well the children tackled this project, producing some excellent frame structures.
January 9th 2023
Welcome back. I hope you have all had a well rested break and are looking forward to the term ahead.
Please click here to view our parent leaflet for Spring in Year 6. A hard copy has come home with your child today.
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Friday 14th October
Thank you to all the parents and family members who were able to attend our class assembly this morning.
Year 6 have been working on their performance techniques whilst reading a range of poems aloud. The class have worked in small groups to discuss their given poem and thought about how it, and other whole class poems, could be performed. In doing this, the children managed to learn lots of their poems off by heart. This English work contributed to our class assembly today; I think the children did a great job performing in front of a rather large audience. Well done Year 6.