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Class 6 - Welcome to the Class of Fun!

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Class 6 resposibilities

Being the oldest, wisest and most mature class (!) pupils take on lots of responsibilities to help the school run smoothly. These include library monitors, Play-leaders as well as others but also our new position of Prefects. Year 6 children volunteer to be selected for these postitions and then carry them out at different points throughout the week. We feel they make a real difference to the rest of the school and display positive role models to other children in our school.

ICT- internet safety

The main aspect of ICT in the first term was how to stay safe and realising the impact of each of our 'digital' footprints. It was really good to see how many of the class knew how to act sensibly with social media and the internet.

SATs Help: Maths tuition

SATs Help: SPAG terminology

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Topic: Britain Since the 1930's

Throughout this term we shall time-travelling through each decade beginning with the 1930's.

We will be delving deeply into the decades, exploring changes in lifestyles, pollitics, major world event, music, film and fashion.

Can you imagine a world without the internet? McDonalds? Star Wars?

Yes, there was life before these things and Class 6 will learn all about these 'archaic' times.

To begin with, try our famous people task below to see if you can identify the British icons and then put them in the correct decade.

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Literacy Work

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We have been reading 'The Viewer' in class and using this to stimulate some good writing. It is a wonderful but mysterious story about a boy who finds a strange box on a tip. What he finds inside the box changes his life forever...

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Forest Schools Activities

Each Tuesday from 5th February, Class 6 will have their sesson of Forest Schools Activities.

For this, they will learn outdoors in the woods on our school grounds and be covering how to make structures from natural materials for different purposes and things.

PLEASE NOTE: pupils will need to bring in wellingtons/sturdy shoes, a warm/waterproof coat and gloves.

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Health and Relationship Education

During the Spring and Summer terms we will have our usual three sessions to educate our Year 6 pupils about health and relationships. The sessions are run by a qualified nurse and are at the appropriate level for the childrens' ages.

The sessions will be on:

18/4/18,

9/5/18 and

14/6/18

If you have any questions about what will be discussed during these sessions, please contact us.

RE: Sihkism

During RE lessons, we have been researching the Sihk religion and their fundamental beliefs.

We have compared their image of God with our own beliefs.

Our discussions have brought up some deep philosophical faith questions. Through this, our pupils are developing a better awareness and understanding of different religions in order to respect other cultures who live in our community and share our world.   

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