Welcome to Class 6
Class Teachers: Mrs Richards and Mrs Miller
Learning Support Assistants:
The latest news from Class 6
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!