What we have been up to in Year Six.

What we have been up to in Year Six.

Some might think life in Year 6 is all about exams; we thought we ought to show you what we really get up to. Take a look at some of the things we have done over the last term.  We have done some practical maths, measuring big areas and finding different perimeters.  We have applied our maths and design skills to making patchwork toys.  We have researched all about different animals around the world and written reports and have turned a short film clip into a tense actions stories. Life in Year 6 is busy and achieve an incredible amount. Patchwork Toys Patchwork Toys Measuring perimeter Investigating area and perimeter. Animals Measuring perimeter Shape Posters, showing properties of shapes. Writing about Hidden Kingdoms: The...
F2 Challenges 25.4.16 – 29.4.16

F2 Challenges 25.4.16 – 29.4.16

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Thursday and Friday This week’s writing challenges We are going to write about St George’s DayGreen Challenge to  write using some correct letters and talk about what you have writtenOrange Challenge  to  write using phonics and finger spaces so that someone else can read your work Red Challenge to  write at least two sentences using phonics and finger spaces so an adult can read your writing. Remember to use Full stops and capital letters We are going to write the story of Sugarlump and the UnicornGreen Challenge  to  write using some correct letters and talk about what you have writtenOrange Challenge  to  write using phonics and finger spaces so that someone else can read your work Red Challenge to  write at least two sentences using phonics and finger spaces so an adult can read your writing. Remember to use Full stops and capital letters This week’s Puzzle challenges We will be using the language of capacity to solve problemsGreen Challenge  to say if the buckets are full or emptyOrange Challenge to measure how many scoops of sand fill our buckets. Which would make the biggest sandcastle? Red Challenge   to estimate then measure how many scoops of sand fill our buckets. Which would make the biggest sandcastle?     We will be solving subtraction problems, estimating if the number will be getting bigger or smaller Green Challenge  to  estimate if the number will be getting bigger or smaller, then count how many are left Orange Challenge  to estimate if the number will be getting bigger or smaller, then work out how many are left by counting back...
Foundation Stage Pirate Day

Foundation Stage Pirate Day

Foundation Stage had a brilliant day dressed as Pirates! We did lots of Pirate activities and games!                                                                           In Tigers, Crocodiles and Giraffes we made cakes, went outside to do a Pirate obstacle course outside and played a game where we had to sneak treasure away from a sleeping...