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Year 6: Birch, Elm

Welcome to year Six!

Your teachers are: Mr Craig & Mrs Collidge

morgancraig@stratton.cornwall.sch.uk            louisacollidge@stratton.cornwall.sch.uk

week commencing 15th April 2024

 

NB: We have left the Ten for Ten pdfs and answers below for those children that haven't yet checked their answers.

NB2: Attached below is the poster for the NHS Peer Mentoring Scheme, which is aimed towards helping Year Six children make a smooth transition to secondary school. Please let us know if you sign up!

 

All of the children reported having a good Easter break, and it is clear that the Maltesers and Creme Egg Easter eggs were the most popular! Back in school again, and we have introduced a new hook in our English, started looking at angles in maths, had a visit from the RNLI and worked with Liquorice Allsorts in science!

 

In English, after writing narrative poems last half term, we will be using a rather stylised short film clip - based on the three little pigs story - for our writing. The children have really enjoyed the sessions this week, and have produced some good work, with a focus on formality and bias.

 

After a look at the mean average, we have done a lot of work with angles this week, both using protractors and calculating angles based on our prior knowledge. 

 

Our new science topic is all about classification. So, with classification keys in hand, we spent time in the forest school identifying the trees we have on the school site. After that, we also made our own keys using a range of Liquorice Allsorts.

 

On Tuesday, we had a visit from the RNLI, who gave their annual talk to the children about the work they do and the importance of beach safety. The children were incredibly mature and were able to show good knowledge on the work the RNLI does.

 

In DT this term, the children will be making frame structures, and they started this week by generating some ideas. Our focus in PSHE is personal safety and consent, so this week, we learnt the PANTS rules.

 

This week, we also spent some time with our Year R buddies.

 

Have a great weekend!

Mr Craig & Mrs Collidge

Dates for your diary:

 

Week commencing 13th May: SATs week (do not go on holiday!)

3rd - 5th July: Bristol Residential

Homework:

Each week, children will be expected to:

  • complete the TTRS work set online and the mental maths sheet given to them
  • practise spellings (using Spelling Shed) set online
  • read at least five times a week (preferably to an adult!)

All of the children should be able to log in to TTRS and Spelling Shed as we have had a practice in school to ensure they know what they're doing! If you have any issues, please let us know sooner rather than later!

PANTS rules

RNLI assembly

Shakespeare Workshop

Easter Cards

Bike Track afternoon

Giacometti art: finishing off!

Science investigation (birds' beaks)

Science: Whale Evolution

Lego League competition

Problem solving maths

Science: inherited traits (Mr Men & Little Miss)

Art: Giacometti (Modroc)

Hockey: dribbling and passing

Art 1: Giacometti

Benefits of a healthy lifestyle

LGBT+ History Month badges (PSHE)

Science: Heart rate investigation

Science: Heart Rate

Basketball: Elm

Micro:Bits Birch

English: Fact or opinion

computing Micro:Bits

Art: sketching the human form

Stratton Church with Year R

Shadow puppet performance

Christmas cards

Finished bags!

Shakespeare...

Some of our ukulele groups!

History - Shang writing system

still sewing...

Paper dolls!

Tree planting

Tag rugby part 3

Feature finding in our fairy tales

Making our shadow puppet theatre

Sewing our applique

Sewing

English: freeze frame - emotions!

Science electricity reports

Dance - final session

Rock, Paper, Scissors

More ukulele!

Ukulele

Swimming

Porthcurno trip

Science: using light meters for an investigation

Dance

Bike track

History - timelines