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  • Mayan hot chocolate, angles and conjunctions…

    Published 24/11/17, by nicola beasley
    As this term continues to fly past, the children continue to impress us with their fantastic learning. In Maths, the children have been learning how to measure angles, calculate the size of unknown angles and are beginning to feel more confident w
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  • We are becoming division pros!

    Published 20/10/17, by nicola beasley
    In English lessons, the children have had a great week studying the poem ‘The Highwayman’. They have explored the emotions of a few of the characters; clarified some new and confusing vocabulary; and are able to confidently retell the sto
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  • New Blog Post

    Published 15/10/17, by nicola beasley

    Adventurous Weeks

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  • The beginning of Year 6

    Published 21/09/17, by nicola beasley
    We have had an excellent first few weeks week to the term. Already, we have hit the ground running and lots of fantastic learning has already taken place.   In English, the children were mysteriously presented with some intriguing objects: ba
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  • Why did the archaeologist go bankrupt?           Because his career was in ruins!

    Published 30/06/17, by nicola beasley
    The weeks are whizzing by and our Year 6 children are starting to think about their next school. We are busy preparing for our Leavers’ Assembly and we think you will need lots of tissues! This week we have been revising algebra again to bal
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  • Did you 'wonder' what Y6 have been doing?

    Published 16/06/17, by nicola beasley
    Last week, we attended the Women’s Cycling Tour, 2017, where we took part in cheering on the cyclists and participating in some bike related games such as: a bike track; spinning bikes and circuit training. Katarzyna Niewiadoma, of Poland, won
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  • Ready, steady... bike!

    Published 26/05/17, by nicola beasley
    We have loved tasting, then writing about chocolate. The children have enjoyed experimenting with vocabulary and sentence structure to be able to describe chocolate, in detail. In Maths, we have been learning how to interpret line graphs that show
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  • SATs = DONE!

    Published 12/05/17, by nicola beasley
    This week has mostly been about one thing… SATs (and maybe a few biscuits!) We have been immensely proud and impressed with the wonderful Year 6 children as they tackled every single test with determination, resilience and a positive attitude.
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  • We've nearly made it to SATs

    Published 27/04/17, by nicola beasley
    This week we have been continuing to prepare for SATS. Therefore, Maths, SPaG and Reading have been our main subjects, since the beginning of term. We were pleased to find out that the Year Six teachers have been busy at work, answering SATS paper
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  • Term 4 - Year 6

    Published 31/03/17, by nicola beasley
    Year 6 have been busy preparing for the SATs, competing in tournaments and perfecting our sketching skills for Mother’s Day cards – we hope you liked them! Sport Well done to those Year Sixes who participated in the Netball League a
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  • Basketball, Ratio, The Emperor's New Clothes, WW2 Day and SKIP2BFIT!

    Published 10/03/17, by nicola beasley
    BASKETBALL For 6 weeks, year 6 are going to be doing basketball with Pacesetter Sports. We have found this an enjoyable experience so far as we have been tackling the ball from each other in fits of laughter! This has included dribbling (in basket
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  • The Piano, Blood and Victorian Crime and Punishment

    Published 27/01/17, by nicola beasley
    This fortnight, Year Six have finished their stories based on the video that they have been watching, called ‘The Piano’. They watched a small section every day, then wrote a descriptive paragraph using a different writing technique. The
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