Maths Treasure Hunt

Both Year 6 classes took part in maths treasure hunts this afternoon. They had to apply their knowledge of finding percentages of amounts and equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages. The children worked in groups to solve a variety of problems in the quickest time possible, moving between problems as they Read more…

Rosa Parks Pop Art

As part of our Civil Rights topic, Year 6 looked at examples of artwork that promotes diversity and equality. After discussing different pieces, we decided to recreate Pop Art portraits of Rosa Parks. We used watercolours for the portrait and oil pastels to blend colours for a vibrant background.

Civil Rights Essay

During the Spring term, Year 6 have been studying the history of civil rights and civil rights movements in America, in particular from 1950 onwards.   We looked at famous events, rules, laws, attitudes and people. We learnt that America was very different during the 1950s, and that it took Read more…

World Book Day

As part of our World Book Day celebrations, Year 6 looked at learning, writing and performing a range of poems to celebrate reading.   We also designed front covers for the class novels which have inspired our reading and writing this year.   All of our activities have helped contribute Read more…

Crossing the Lines

This week, Year 6 were lucky enough to have the chance to watch a fantastic performance of ‘Blurred Lines’, which discusses and explores the topic of child criminal exploitation (CCE).   The child watched a video and discussed issues based on a work pack provided to support their understanding of Read more…

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