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Welcome to Class Six’s blog page. We will keep you updated with the fun and exciting things we get up to everyday via our Twitter feed and blog. We would really appreciate you commenting on our posts and letting us know what you think. Mr Lancaster, Miss Keogh and Miss Sherman
Class 6 news...
Hi, Year 6, the following images will be suitable for you to use in your newspaper article.
This week we have been visited by Mr. Nicholson from Class 4, we shared a chapter of our class novel ‘The Elsewhere Emporium’. It was great to share our experiences of reading with others, and Mr. Nicholson even left us wanting more after the end of the chapter had filled the room with suspense.
Photographs from our list to Shy Lowen earlier today.
Hope everyone is having a great break and looking forward to some New Years Eve celebrations. How are you all getting on on TT Rockstars and Spelling Shed? I am just about to try and beat my score on TT Rockstars but I don’t think I will be getting anywhere near your scores!
Miss K3 Comments
Year 5 and Year 6 have taken part in the 88 Pianists project. This is a national project to break the record for the number of people playing a piano at the same time. The classes worked alongside Liverpool University engineers to come up with a record breaking design. The ideas will be developed in the next session.
After reading the book Moses, you may want to find out more about the life and achievements of Harriet Tubman. The following link will take you to a dramatisation of her life.
This week is Anti Bullying week. As a school we have decided to take on the Random Acts of Kindness challenge. Choose one of the acts each day and try it out to make someone else smile. Let us know which one you have tried in the comments below.2 Comments
Have a look in your cupboards at home. Can you find a label or packet with a food label on? What can you see? What information has been listed?
If possible bring the clean and empty packaging into school tomorrow.0 Comments
Class 5&6 Have learning all about horses over the past 4weeks. They researched their horses history, measured horse in hands, used, a measuring tape around the girth to determine horses mass. This will culminate next week in each pupil riding their preferred horse.It’s been an exciting few weeks and pupils have become calm and considerate around these beautiful animals. Mr Verdin came along to visit and was very impressed by how much our pupils had learnt about their horses.4 Comments
Use the Padlet to help you in class with activities. You might also use the resources to have a go at cooking a new snack, treat or meal. Let us know what you have tried by leaving a comment below.0 Comments