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Welcome to Year 6

Price Class

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Class Teacher: Mrs Wolfram

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Nelson and Mrs Gothard

Smyth Class

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Class Teacher: Mrs Prior and Ms Weiss

Teaching Assistant: Mrs Woods

Price Class Blog

The week started with some Street Dance which was a lot of fun. We have also been sharing our World War 2 projects which have been fantastic! We did some amazing suspense writing about Rose Blanche (which included metaphors and similes) and was especially sophisticated. The Year 5 production was brilliant and the songs were really catchy. We have started to give our teddies a bit of an identity with detailed faces. We are in the process of creating a class song about Internet Safety and putting some actions to it. All of this has been interspersed with the odd assessment and we are delighted to announce that we are making wonderful progress!

Smyth Class Blog

7th February

 

 

1st February

Our learning about WW2 continued with everyone bringing in their homework projects to share with the class ; were looking at these next week. Also, in D.T we began to practise our sewing skills in order to make an evacuee teddy and it was extremely challenging for some of us. We wrote a very persuasive letter to mothers to evacuate their children and in Maths we have continued our work on measurements. We are looking forward to having a rest over the weekend, and hope there will be more snow.

 

 

25th January

This week we have continued to learn more about World War Two. In English we wrote a newspaper report about the real life incident in Balham, London, where a bus crashed into a crater caused by a German bomb. We finished our Anderson Shelters this week and enjoyed adding the details,  such as vegetable patches and sandbags. In our Games lesson we managed to play a full game of Sitting Volleyball - this was lots of fun but hard work!

In our Monday school assembly, Mr Rowden introduced the Blean Bees and we have been trying hard to put these into practice.

 

18th January

We were so busy getting back into our learning at the start of this term that we forgot to write our blog last week!

Let's catch up now... We started looking at World War Two and have already written a report, 2 diary entries and a description of a rhubarb and custard sweet in our English lessons. Our class have never been so quiet as we sucked our sweet for as long as 10 minutes or more! We welcomed Mrs Anderson to our class and one of her 1st lessons was to tell us about Anderson shelters! In our D.T. lesson, we are busy making our own model Anderson shelters.

In other subjects, we have begun to learn about Evolution, Maps and Sitting Volleyball. Some of us took part in a Dodgeball competition yesterday and the 2 teams did really well coming 2nd and 16th.

 

Price Class Blog

This week we have got stuck into our new topics and have loved finding out about World War Two. We have started to read our class book – ‘Friend or Foe’ and now have an overview of the main events of the war. In Science we have been learning about fossils and are attempting to make some of our own, thanks to Mr Rowden’s Hot Tip! We have especially enjoyed volleyball and designing our Anderson Shelters. We can’t wait to make them next week!

Smyth Class Blog

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