Our Year 6 performance is here! Good luck to all our actors, stage crew and singers. We hope you all enjoy the show! It’s time to raise the curtain on the Men In Tights!
6H Have been working hard making Easter cards, which have special poems inside. We have focused on the topic ‘Forgiveness’. What does Easter mean to you?
As part of our ‘Higher Futures 4 U’ learning, we are going to Bolton Collage on Wednesday. This will be a great experience and it will likely inspire some of us to seek higher education. The ‘Higher Futures 4 U’ programme has allowed us to think about our futures (for examples our jobs and our … Read moreHigher Futures!
In 6H, we are going to be writing holiday brochures on Egypt. From cruises to ancient monuments, Egypt really does have a lot to offer. What facts do you know about Egypt? Would you like to go there? Have you ever been?
As you likely already, our beloved teachers – Mrs Lambert and Mrs Hartles – will be leaving us after Christmas. 6H would like to wish them good luck in their new jobs. To Mrs Lambert and Mrs Hartles, Thank you for being such great teachers and teaching with us since September, you’ve helped shape us … Read moreGoodbye, we’ll really miss you!
As Christmas approaches, play and learn with Santa’s elves (you can even track how long until the day arrives)! Click here to begin!
Click the picture to access Spelling Frame. On it, you can play spelling games and take tests to help you with your spellings. Remember, our test are every Tuesday!
Anne Frank was a Jewish girl during World War Two. She went into hiding with her family and a few other Jews. They hid in a secret annex and the entrance was behind a bookcase. During her time in the annex, she kept a diary, which has been turned into a book. Click the picture … Read moreAnne Frank Diary Hunt
In 6H, we’ve been learning about evolution. To help with our understanding, we did an investigation on which tools picked up the most food in 30 seconds. The tools we used were cocktail sticks, tweezers, spoons and pegs and the food items were raisins, spaghetti and lentils. After that we wrote the results into a … Read moreThe Finches Investigation ; science