Welcome to Class 6
Class Teachers: Mrs Richards and Mrs Miller
Learning Support Assistants:
The latest news from Class 6
Wheely great animation!
Our animation on our bikes seems to have worked!
Wheels in motion.......
We have been busy today making bikes from pipe cleaners and trying bike wheel animation!
Cycles and circumferences!
Year 6 have completed a Maths investigation involving circumferences!
Braving bad weather for Bikeability
Year 6 are practising their bike skills and taking part in Bikeability despite the horrendous weather!
We started on the playground before moving onto the big outdoors and the road!
Celebrating World Book Day
Year 6 can't wait to see what animals come prowling around the nature area!
We have been lucky enough to set up a camera trap in the nature area. We are hoping it gives us a real indication of the animals which habitat our local area.
Watch this space for the evidence!
Useful Reading Information
At parents evening, we recommended your children should widen their reading genres to help build vocabulary and a deeper understanding of a variety of texts. We would like to direct you to :
On these pages, you will find a wide range of fiction books, some of which we have studied and would highlight as a good read! We hope this informs your children’s choices.
Should you require any more information, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Mrs Miller and Mrs Richards
Year 6 have been investigating nets of shapes.
Beside the Sea
The day Year 6 went to sea! Year 6 visited the Lifeboat station before moving onto the beach for fun, games, sandcastles and mosaics. Luckily, the sun shone for us!
Class 6 are shaping up nicely!
Year 6 have started the year ready to work.
We are learning about 2D and 3D Shapes.
Hello, hello, hello! What's going on here then?
This week, Year 6 were police detectives. Lifting finger-prints and examining a crime scene which assisted us with our writing.
News from 2017 - 2018
Year 6 have been learning about Mary Anning (a famous fossil finder).
We attempted fossil finding ourselves - the chocolates from chocolate chip cookies!
Tiger in a Tropical Storm
We have also been studying Henri Rousseau. Each pupil was given a small part of his painting 'Tiger in a Tropical Storm'.
Now we have to piece it back together! Come in and see the result by the Year 6 classroom.
4th January 2018
Today in Science our learning objective was to understand differences. We used 3 colours of Playdoh to make something that had a head, body, ears and eyes.
Although we all used the same equipment, they all ended up looking very different!