Inspired to be our best.....
Year 6 have been enjoying completing lots of Advent and Christmas activities, including making Christmas wreaths in R.E., as well as cards and artwork to name a few.
Over the last term, in Design Technology, the children have worked hard on designing and making miniature WW2 Anderson shelter models. After much refinement, the final models look brilliant!
In Year 6 we have designed and are currently making mini Anderson shelters for our D.T. project. The children are working really well collaboratively to create their models, which are still a work in progress. The final Anderson shelter models should be completed in the next few weeks!
The children in Year 6 have been very lucky, they have been bought lots of books by the 'Friends'. We wrapped them up and had a class grand opening. Happily this had the effect that we were looking for, inspiring the children to read a more varied and challenging range of books.
Year 6 have been enjoying honing their netball skills this half term.
This week Year 6 have been working on perfecting their long multiplication skills. They have supported each other by becoming 'Multiplication Masters' where they have explained long multiplication methods and reasoning to other children.
Year 6 used chalk pens to work on place value up to 1 million... they drew on desks, boards and walls!