Well done Y6.
We have had a great week designing, assembling, sewing and decorating our brilliant waistcoats!
Lots of new skills learnt and great teamwork.
We even had time for our own Y6 fashion show!
Well done Year 6 - a fascinating day of learning how to stay safe in such a wide variety of ways.
We had lots of fun creating circuits and testing out our predictions. Our topic this half-term is "Staying Safe" - so we also discussed the dangers of electricity - this will be embedded further next week on our 'Safety Central' Workshop.
The national curriculum objectives covered:
Well done Year 6 - Whitby High School hosted our Year 6 children this morning with a fabulous Maths workshop. Well done everybody !
In computing this week, Y6 were challenged to create their very own Water Cycle animation. We looked at 'slideshow' transitions, motion paths and even presentation tools. We have attached one of our examples.
Wow! Thank you Year 6 for such brilliant learning logs. You were challenged to reflect upon 'Healthy Me'. We considered healthy food options, the importance of exercise and the functions of the heart. Great job!
This week, Y6 have been looking at keeping healthy. In particular we have focussed on diet, exercise and the structures and functions of the heart.
We can describe the effects of exercise on the body.
We identified the key food groups and looked at which ones should not make up a large…
Well done Y6
Here is a selection of our computer posters from our recent trip to Port Sunlight.
LITERACY: I can start some sentences with 'verbs'.
ONLINE SAFETY: I can use search technologies safely and effectively.
COMPUTING: I can confidently format text…
Y6 spent a lovely afternoon with the Reverend Dutton in St John's Church.
His question and answer session was so very informative. The Y6 children behaved respectfully and asked some really thoughtful questions. Very enlightening!
What a marvellous morning we had in Eastham Ferry today with the Y6's. We went on a 'dog safari', had ice cream and played lots of 'outdoor' games!
A member of the public who was walking his dog even messaged the school to comment on how polite and respectful we all were: