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Year 6 SATS

Well done to everyone in Year 6 for your fantastic SATS results. Everyone has tried their best and achieved what they wanted to with lots of hard work and determination.

You are amazing and I am so proud of you.

Miss Charles 🙂

Summer Fair 29.6.2018

Thank you to everyone who came to our summer fair on the 29th June. It was a lovely sunny evening with lots of fun including teachers in the stocks, penalty shoot out and face painting.

 

Year 6 Science – Light

Year 6 have been learning all about light this week. We have been experimenting with light rays (yellow string) we have learnt about light travelling in straight lines and into our eyes. We found out how our eyes use the light to make images from our brain too and how clever they are.

We then started to understand shadows and what shadows are formed from the light rays. We also studied reflection and refraction.

What facts did you learn from these investigations?

What do you now know about light, shadows and the human eye?

Good Luck Year 6

Wishing Year 6 lots of luck in their SATS this week. Relax and try your best.

Remember you are all blessed with skills SATS can’t test. 

Year 6 Summer 1

Welcome back Year 6!

The summer term is finally here, hopefully the sun will shine too. We have our SATS tests this half term so we will be working hard to revise for them and do the best we can do.

This term we are learning:

  • Maths – Converting measures, ratio, statistics, revision.
  • English – Kensuke’s Kingdom, diaries and persuasion
  • Topic – Benin West Africa /  Decades
  • Art & Design –Jewellery
  • Science – Light
  • PE (Tuesday am)  – Striking and Fielding
  • ICT –  Book Trailers – adding music/ PowerPoint activities

Dates to note:

  • Tuesday mornings- PE every week
  • Friday 27/4/2018 – Online Safety Open Morning
  • WB: 30/4/2018 Practise SATS
  • WB: 14/5/2018 SATS Week
  • Monday 21/5/2018 – Puberty Talk
  • Friday 25th May – Last day of term

NOTE: Last term I sent home a note which showed the children’s practise SATS scores. Over this week and next week your  child should bring home their completed SATS practise papers for you to look at too.

Miss C 🙂

Year 6 African Drumming

On Wednesday 21st March, a man called Paul Butler came into school and taught our class to play the African drums.
We learnt lots of different tunes and rhymes and some people took part in solo performances.
After we learnt how to play, Year 5 came to watch and even learnt a song to sing in the middle,

School Closure 2.3.2018

Following Local Authority advice school will remain closed tomorrow for the safety of pupils, parents and staff. We apologise for any continued inconvenience.

Please see full statement from Bradford Council on Bradford Schools Online.

School Closure 1.3.2018

Due to the continuing poor weather and hazarous travelling conditions, school will remain closed today. We apologise for any inconvenience but hope you understand and support our decision as the safety of our pupils, parents and staff is paramount.

School Closed 27.2.2018

Due to the site conditions and forecast for further snow, school will be closed today.

Year 6 Spring 2

Welcome back Year 6!

We have a very busy term ahead, this is our last full term before SATS so we will be working very hard and preparing for the last terms in Year 6.

This term we are learning:

  • Maths – Multiplying and dividing fractions, decimals, area and perimeter and converting measures
  • English – Explanation texts, Kensuke’s Kingdom, diaries and persuasion
  • Topic – Benin West Africa
  • Art & Design – Instruments and jewellery
  • Science – Electricity continued & Light
  • PE (Tuesday am)  – Invasion Games
  • ICT – IMovie & Book Trailers

Dates to note:

  • Tuesday mornings- PE every week
  • Tuesday 20th February – Parents Evening 1pm-6pm
  • Thursday 1st March – World Book Day
  • WB: 19/3/18 Practise SATS
  • Thursday 29th March – Last day of term

Thank you to everyone who collected and brought in cereal boxes and cardboard for our D&T project.

Miss C 🙂