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Homework Project

Thinking back to our topic World War II, for your next homework project we would like you to create a game involving all the facts and knowledge you have learnt about this part of history over this term. It could be a board game, a card game, a game on scratch, memory...
Posted On 16 Mar 2017
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 Next week in English we will be writing a leaflet about Eden Camp, after our visit on Wednesday. In our topic lesson we will complete our write-up on Purple Mash about bombing in York in World War Two. In our Science lesson next week, we will review our...
Posted On 16 Mar 2017
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Year 3 and 5 Evacuation Drama

Whilst Year 4 went out to the theatre for their ‘Play in a Day’, Year 3 children joined Year 5 children for the day! One of the exciting activities that they did during the day was evacuation drama. These lovely photos from the session show just how well the children...
Posted On 15 Mar 2017
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‘Where the Wild Things Are’ theatre performance 🎭

Year 4 children had a really enjoyable trip to the Theatre Royal on Tuesday. After working on lots of drama warm up activities, the children rehearsed and finally performed the play of ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ to some of our parents on the actual theatre stage!...
Posted On 14 Mar 2017
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Spellings

Each week we work really hard on our new spelling rule and in our test (assessing our learning from the previous week). Well done to all of the children who practise their spellings each week, don’t forget to hand in your spelling homework on a Monday morning so that it can...
Posted On 13 Mar 2017
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 Next week in English we will be combining art and creative writing in a fun mini-project! In our topic lesson we will continue to learn about York in World War Two. In our Science work next week, we will continue to learn about how magnets are used in the...
Posted On 09 Mar 2017
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Homework Project

Remember that your current homework project has a P.E. theme. We would like you to write and lead a short warm-up activity of approximately five minutes for a P.E. lesson related to our current hockey unit. You could use existing ideas such as follow the leader or you could make...
Posted On 09 Mar 2017
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Key Stage Two Assembly

Students and staff from Joseph Rowntree School came to present our Key Stage Two assembly this week. They spoke about the exciting opportunities available to children who go to the secondary school. Hopefully children in class were inspired by what they heard about Key Stage Three!
Posted On 08 Mar 2017
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WWII Park Grove School Diary 📖

The children read extracts from a diary that Park Grove Primary School kept during World War II. It was fascinating hearing about how the war affected children at the school at this time. The children took a real life event and embellished it to create their own PG War diaries!...
Posted On 08 Mar 2017
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Sweeping passes 🏑

Before we start our swimming sessions, Class 6 have been working on hockey skills. This week the children learnt the sweeping pass and started to use it to pass whilst moving. This is a tricky skill to master because you have to aim to look up (to see where you are passing) and...
Posted On 06 Mar 2017
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 Next week in English we will be writing newspaper reports about The Blitz. In our topic lesson we will complete our diary writing about Park Grove Primary School during World War II. In our Science work next week, we will learn about how magnets are used in...
Posted On 01 Mar 2017
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Homework Project

Your next homework project will have a P.E. theme. We would like you to write and lead a short warm-up activity of approximately five minutes for a P.E. lesson related to our current hockey unit. You could use existing ideas such as follow the leader or you could make up an...
Posted On 01 Mar 2017
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Lightning War

In English this week the children researched The Blitz using the key prompting words who, what, when, where, why and how. They will use their information to create a fact poster about this World War II event and eventually, write a newspaper report about it. Here are some of the...
Posted On 01 Mar 2017
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Shrove Tuesday flips!

The Class 6 maths group had a pancake flipping lesson this week to help them with their understanding of comparative maths language. The children generated data by seeing who could flip the pancake in the frying pan the most times in 30 seconds. They then answered questions about...
Posted On 28 Feb 2017
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Christian teaching

We have been looking at the teachings of Jesus in RE this term. After hearing The Story of the Prodigal Son before the holiday, the children talked today about empathy, compassion and forgiveness. Some brave children in our class shared recent examples in their lives where they...
Posted On 27 Feb 2017
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Half Term Holiday

Wishing you all a very happy half term holiday! We will see you when we return to school on Monday 27th February. Miss Land and Miss Durkin.
Posted On 16 Feb 2017
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Perfect prepositions and awesome adverbs!

The children have been working on identifying and using adverbs and prepositions in English this week. They used their knowledge to write about Lombard Street in San Francisco; a very twisty road. The children concentrated well on their writing and aimed to use adverbs and...
Posted On 16 Feb 2017
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Magnetic or non magnetic?

We had fun playing with iron filings and magnets this week. The children loved looking at the shape of the invisible magnetic force field! The children also worked in small groups to complete the scrap heap challenge. They identified a pile of materials and then tested them with...
Posted On 14 Feb 2017
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Perimeter problem solving

Class 6 maths group went outside for a lesson this week to work out a perimeter problem! The children used metre sticks to work out the perimeter of a large square on the playground. They worked together to solve the problem and did really well responding to questions about the...
Posted On 13 Feb 2017
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Next Week In Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 Next week in English we will be looking at prepositions and adverbs. We will also be telling you about the 500 Words Radio 2 competition! In topic, we will be looking at what happened to evacuees in World War Two. In our Science work next week, we will...
Posted On 09 Feb 2017
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Homework Project

Imagine a book is being written about the rights and responsibilities of the children of Park Grove Primary School. Your task is to design a cover for the book. You will need to think carefully about how you present the cover because you want people to pick up your book to read!...
Posted On 09 Feb 2017
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Marvellous magnets! 

Class 6 designed and carried out Magnet strength tests to decide which magnet in our school collection was is the strongest. We had lots of fun experimenting with paper, paperclips, cardboard and rulers! If you would like to find out which is the strongest magnet, please come and...
Posted On 08 Feb 2017
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War and peace contrast poems

Children in Class 6 wrote wonderful, descriptive war and peace poems last week. Some of the children were so proud of their poems that they asked to perform them aloud. This week we heard some of their work in a mini performance in class. Well done to our confident poets!
Posted On 07 Feb 2017
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Quiz Club

This week the children completed a general knowledge quiz in class to enable Mr Mastrelli to choose the quiz team for the annual Quiz Club competition that some children in Key Stage Two take part in. It is a little nervewracking with the tense music in the background but the...
Posted On 06 Feb 2017
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week Next week in English we will write a World War Two list poem. In topic, we will complete our work on the role of Women in the Second World War and look at its impact on women today. In our Science work next week, we will continue to learn about forces and magnetism....
Posted On 01 Feb 2017
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Homework Project

Imagine a book is being written about the rights and responsibilities of the children of Park Grove Primary School. Your task is to design a cover for the book. You will need to think carefully about how you present the cover because you want people to pick up your book to read!...
Posted On 01 Feb 2017
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The role of women in World War 2

In our topic lesson this week we looked at the important role that women played in World War 2. Each table in class received a war job offer letter (roles that women actually undertook in wartime). The children then worked in groups to research the role and what it entailed. We...
Posted On 01 Feb 2017
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Heroic Class Assembly

Class 6 performed their class assembly on Tuesday. The children pulled together well and despite a bout of sickness in the class, managed to perform their play well. Well done for learning your lines and the songs well. A huge thank you to our parents for their help with the...
Posted On 31 Jan 2017
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Spelling practice

Every week children in Class 6 work on a spelling rule and then revisit it the following Monday for their short spelling test. This week the children used taught strategies to practise next week’s spellings, words from the statutory Year 3 and 4 spelling list. Children...
Posted On 30 Jan 2017
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week Next week we will be starting our work on poetry writing. Please also remember to learn your 7 spellings for your test on Monday! In topic, we will be studying the Home Front and will be going on to look at the role women played during the Second World War. In our...
Posted On 26 Jan 2017
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Homework Project

For your next task, we’d like you to think about how people on the Home Front supported the war effort by growing their own food, salvaging waste or making do and mending clothing or household items. We’d like you to give a short talk about things you’ve done at home yourself...
Posted On 26 Jan 2017
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Revisiting key skills

This week in maths the children have revisited key areas of their learning so far this year. They have worked in different groups to get to grips with some of the trickier maths concepts in years 3 and 4. Here they are working hard on Wednesday morning:
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Assembly prop making!

We had lots of props to prepare for our class assembly. Working as a team, we made everything in class this week including fish, a flag of Poland and a cigar! Look out for our props next week which really help to tell our assembly story! We also helped each other to learn our...
Posted On 24 Jan 2017
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Descriptive diary writing

The children watched a mysterious video in English with a masked man on a flying boat. They wrote a diary as the man and tried to answer all of our collective questions about who he was, where he was going and why!
Posted On 24 Jan 2017
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 English Next week in English we’ll continue to read the book ‘The Lion and the Unicorn’ and learn what happens to the main character Lenny. Maths In maths next week we’ll be looking at areas of maths which we need to work on including fraction of...
Posted On 19 Jan 2017
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Homework Project

Thank you all for your wonderful research projects based on people who took part in the Second World War. For your next task, we’d like you to think about how people on the Home Front supported the war effort by growing their own food, salvaging waste or making do and mending...
Posted On 18 Jan 2017
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The Lion and the Unicorn

We started to read our new book in English! We think the pictures are wonderful and they really helped us with our descriptive writing in class. We all look forward to finding out what happens to the main character, Lenny, next.
Posted On 18 Jan 2017
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Super Spitfires and Heroic Hawker Hurricanes!

This week in our Topic lesson Class 6 learnt about the Allies and the Axis Powers in World War Two. They then read about the Battle of Britain and created a fact propeller about one of the two main British fighter aeroplanes: the Spitfire and the Hawker Hurricane. The end results...
Posted On 17 Jan 2017
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Class assembly preparation

Class 6 have been busily preparing for their class assembly in a couple of weeks time. They are learning World War Two songs, their lines and working on how to act out the script. We don’t want to give much more away but here is a taster of what the assembly is about…
Posted On 16 Jan 2017
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 English Next week in English we’ll start to read the book ‘The Lion and the Unicorn’ and write in relation to the theme of the book, evacuation. Maths In maths next week we’ll be revisiting addition and subtraction. Reading Please remember to...
Posted On 12 Jan 2017
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Homework Project

Please remember that for your first homework project of 2017 we would like you to carry out either research into a significant person from the war or interview and collect the memories of someone you know who may have been involved or lived during the war. If you choose to...
Posted On 12 Jan 2017
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Air Raid Shelter Experience! 

Sirens were sounding in Class 6 this week to alert the children that they had to assemble in the air raid shelter as danger was coming! In we all went, along with our box of supplies and trusty lantern to experience what being in a shelter must have been like in World War Two....
Posted On 11 Jan 2017
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Biographical Writing

The children looked at a really good example of biographical writing and identified what made it so good. We hope to magpie the style of this writing in our own biographies about Winston Churchill! The children have planned their Churchill writing and we look forward to reading...
Posted On 10 Jan 2017
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Dance

The children started their World War 2 dance unit this week. They kicked this off by expressing emotion through movement (dynamics). If successful, the other children would be able to guess which emotion children were performing. All groups managed to do this really effectively!...
Posted On 09 Jan 2017
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 English Next week in English we will be writing a biography about one of the British World War 2 Prime Ministers, Winston Churchill. Maths In maths next week we’ll be working on fractions and decimal fractions. Reading Please remember to bring your yellow...
Posted On 05 Jan 2017
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Homework Project

Our Spring topic in Key Stage 2 is World War II. This is a fascinating topic in which many important events happened.   For your first homework project of 2017 we would like you to carry out either research into a significant person from the war or interview and collect the...
Posted On 05 Jan 2017
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New Year’s Resolutions

This week the children learnt about New Year customs and traditions in the world. They then reflected on themselves, thinking about their goals for 2017. Each child wrote what they would like to achieve, a resolution for this and how they will carry out their ambitions. Good luck...
Posted On 05 Jan 2017
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Welcome Back!

Wishing all of the children and parents of Class 6 a very happy 2017! We hope that you all had a restful holiday and are ready for this busy Spring term! Well done children for an enthusiastic start to the year and keep it up!
Posted On 05 Jan 2017
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Merry Christmas Everyone!

Wishing all of the families and children of Class 6 a very merry Christmas and a very happy start to the New Year, 2017! Miss Land
Posted On 15 Dec 2016
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Christmas animal drama

Class 6 watched the infamous Buster the Boxer John Lewis Christmas advert in English. Then, in small groups, the children wrote a story about the animals involved including the badger, fox and squirrel. They used animal facts and story prompts to help them. The children performed...
Posted On 14 Dec 2016
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Rocking Christmas Party! ?

Key Stage 2 enjoyed their Christmas party on Tuesday afternoon. The morning was filled with fun Stone Age activities including cave painting. After lunch the children changed into their party outfits and costumes and took part in the ‘rock, paper, scissors’ KS2 final,...
Posted On 13 Dec 2016
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Heroic Handwriting

Congratulations to the latest recipients of the pen licence certificate and badge in Class 6! Remember to keep joining up your handwriting in ALL of your work and using lead-in lines! For those children who haven’t quite achieved their pen licence, please keep practising as...
Posted On 12 Dec 2016
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 English Next week in English we will be working on Christmas activities, including drama linked to a very famous 2016 Christmas TV advert! Maths In maths next week we’ll be completing Christmas maths problems. Spellings You have been given your spellings on...
Posted On 08 Dec 2016
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Homework Project

A reminder about your homework project which is due in next week… We’d like you to design a poster for a Winter party taking place in the Stone Age era. Your project should be presented neatly in a way that can be displayed in our class. It should include details of when...
Posted On 08 Dec 2016
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Halving in maths

Class 6 tried hard in maths this week to halve numbers including odd numbers! We realised odd numbers leave halves which was quite tricky to understand. Some of the children used cubes to help them, others used partitioning to split numbers to make them easier to deal with. 
Posted On 07 Dec 2016
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Book Sharing Afternoon

We really enjoyed looking at our books in class this week and sharing our hard work with our classmates. Some of us even shared our fantastic work with our parents and grandparents! We hope our visitors enjoyed looking at the work we have completed so far this year. There will be...
Posted On 06 Dec 2016
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Nativity

We really enjoyed the Key Stage 1 nativity this week! Well done to the younger children in school for making us feel really festive! It was fantastic ????⭐️
Posted On 05 Dec 2016
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 English Next week in English we’ll be reading the book ‘Stone Age Boy’ and completing a range of writing linked to this story. Maths In maths next week we’ll be looking at fractions and solving problems linked to this.   Reading Please remember to bring...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Homework Project

For your next homework project, we’d like you to design a poster for a Winter party taking place in the Stone Age era. Your project should be presented neatly in a way that can be displayed in our class. It should include details of when and where the party is; what is happening...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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The Bronze Age

Well done to Class 6 for wonderful ideas and enthusiasm in our tricky to understand Bronze Age lesson! You were all super and tried so hard. You enjoyed touching the artefacts from the Bronze Age, especially the sword! 
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Minster Choral Performance

The children sang their hearts out at the Minster this week! They all really enjoyed the experience of singing in the Minster as it was echoey and they had to fill the large space with the sound of their voices! Well done for fantastic behaviour and for representing Park Grove so...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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St John University Student Maths lesson

We were lucky to have students from St John University with us in class this week! The students taught us fun shape lessons in small groups which we all really enjoyed! We thought the lessons were very cool and fun. One group even made 3D shapes using marshmallows! Thanks to the...
Posted On 28 Nov 2016
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6: English Next week in English we will finish reading ‘Ug’ and create our own cartoon strips, similar to the way the book is presented. Reading Please remember to bring your yellow Reading Record into school so that we can fill it in after your guided reading...
Posted On 24 Nov 2016
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Homework Project

Just a reminder… For your next homework project, imagine that you have been whisked back in time to Pre-historic Britain!  Think about what you may see there and who – or what! – you may come across. Did you have any Stone Age adventures during your trip? We’d like you to present...
Posted On 24 Nov 2016
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Skype an archaeologist!

Key Stage 2 had an exciting morning on Wednesday when Ms Campbell and Miss Platts organised for us to Skype an Archaeologist and learn all about their role and the Stone Age (our current topic)! It was exciting talking to Kev from DIG on the large screen in the hall! We realised...
Posted On 23 Nov 2016
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Protective Skeleton Challenge!

Class 6 took part in a team challenge to try and protect a delicate item (a tea cake) from damage by designing and making their own skeletons! The children created interesting and different designs – some were tightly fitting to the tea cake, others very loose and some with...
Posted On 22 Nov 2016
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Rights and Responsibilities

Olive and Henry (our school councillors) were the teachers in Class 6 this afternoon! They were tasked to ask children in class to help them write what polite behaviour means at Park Grove. After discussion, sharing ideas and voting, the children came up with a super list of...
Posted On 21 Nov 2016
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Homework Project

For your next homework project, imagine that you have been whisked back in time to Pre-historic Britain!  Think about what you may see there and who – or what! – you may come across. Did you have any Stone Age adventures during your trip? We’d like you to present Stone Age...
Posted On 17 Nov 2016
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 English Next week in English we will continue to write about the character ‘Ug’. We will also use the DIG Stone Age artefacts to inspire our writing as you all enjoyed looking at them this week! Reading Please remember to bring your yellow Reading...
Posted On 17 Nov 2016
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Dance festival performance

Children in Class 6 practised their dance festival routine in Key Stage 2 assembly this week. They will perform on Saturday at York University. We wish them lots of luck! The dance is really lively and fun to watch.
Posted On 16 Nov 2016
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Super skeleton science!

In science this week, Class 6 learned the 3 reasons why living things have a skeleton: to protect, to support and to help with movement. The children looked at skeletons of different animals including a snake and a rabbit. They learnt about what a vertebrate is and what it means...
Posted On 15 Nov 2016
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Telling the time

This week in maths, Class 6 are learning to tell the time! Lots of the children are confident and can even work out time durations! Well done! Keep practising with clocks at school and outside of school so that you become super confident with this important life skill. 
Posted On 14 Nov 2016
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 English Next week in English we will start to read the story of ‘Ug, Stone Age Boy’. Spellings You have been given your spellings on Monday. Please practise them at home and complete the activity set in your homework books. Your spelling homework...
Posted On 10 Nov 2016
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Homework Project

Your next project will have a Stone Age Maths theme! We would like you to write at least three Maths word problems related to the Stone Age.  You can make them as challenging as you wish, however please remember that each question must make sense and be possible to answer by your...
Posted On 09 Nov 2016
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Google and Google Apps

Well done Class 6 you did a terrific job working on Google this week! You created folders, word documents and some of you sent your first emails! Such a fun lesson ? 
Posted On 09 Nov 2016
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What do animals eat?

The children researched what different animals eat. They realised that different animals eat lots of different types of food in varying quantities. They made a visual representation of this using a circle and different colours. 
Posted On 08 Nov 2016
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Rolling like a pencil and a log!

Class 6 continued their gymnastic unit this week by rolling! The children practised forward rolls, teddy rolls, pencil and log rolls. Their aim was to be tucked in or as straight as possible with pointy fingers and toes. Well done to all of the children for trying so hard!
Posted On 07 Nov 2016
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Balancing Acts

Class 6 have started gymnastics in PE. The children started their unit by learning how to safely carry the mats that we use. They then practised balances with a partner, with some proving very tricky to hold for longer than a few seconds! The children will build up their skills...
Posted On 31 Oct 2016
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Happy Half Term

Wishing all of the children and parents in Class 6 a very happy half term holiday! There is no school tomorrow as it is a teacher training day so we will see you back in class on 31st October. Miss Land
Posted On 20 Oct 2016
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Children Just Like Me

Class 6 talked about what is important to children in today’s world. They all agreed that things like water, shelter and having enough food is important whereas having a tv, fashionable clothes and holidays are not essential. The children created information pages about...
Posted On 19 Oct 2016
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Higher or lower?

The children learnt about pitch this week in science. They thought about how high and low sounds are made using a xylophone, harp-like instruments and recorders. What did you find out Class 6?
Posted On 18 Oct 2016
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Reciprocal Reading

Class 6 have all started to use the Reciprocal Reading jobs in guided reading. The jobs are: the Big Boss, the Predictor, the Clarifier, the Questioner and the Summariser. These jobs help us to become better readers! Well done to all of the children for trying hard to carry out...
Posted On 17 Oct 2016
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Homework Project

Just a reminder about your homework project which is due in to class on the 20th October: For your next homework project we would like you to research recycling. This is a very important issue for the future of our planet. You could look at which materials can be recycled and...
Posted On 13 Oct 2016
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 English Next week in English we will write our own newspaper reports! Spellings You have been given your spellings on Monday. Please practise them at home and complete the activity set in your homework books. Your spelling homework is checked on Monday too so...
Posted On 13 Oct 2016
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Creating lots of volume! 

Classes 5 and 6 joined forces on Wednesday for a fantastic science experiment. Children were given various items and had to work in teams to create the loudest decibel reading using the items. The children were very experimental with balloons in water, waving bits of cardboard,...
Posted On 12 Oct 2016
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‘The Polar Bears’ Home’ Story

As part of the ‘Save The Planet’ topic, Class 6 read a story about the plight of Polar Bears in the Arctic and how global warming is harming their home. The children summarised the story in their English lesson.
Posted On 11 Oct 2016
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Super Netball Skills

The children have been working on netball skills in PE this half term. This week they started to learn the skills of pivoting whilst keeping one foot still, the bounce pass and shooting. Two children were super at this and many others managed to almost get the ball on target and...
Posted On 10 Oct 2016
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 English Next week in English we will be reading the story ‘The Polar Bears’ Home’ which is linked to the current worldwide issue of global warming. We will be completing a range of English activities linked to this topic. Spellings You have been given your...
Posted On 05 Oct 2016
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Homework Project

We really enjoyed hearing and tasting some of your recipes in class and hope to try a few out! Well done for exciting our taste buds. For your next homework project we would like you to research recycling. This is a very important issue for the future of our planet. You could...
Posted On 05 Oct 2016
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Pedestrian Training Day 2

Class 6 completed their Pedestrian Training this week. As there were lots of road works near to the school, the children ventured to Haxby Road instead of Monk Bar to look at island crossings and push button crossings. The roads were very busy and so the children had to stay alert. 
Posted On 05 Oct 2016
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Mindfulness

The children started mindfulness colouring today in order to help them relax and be calm. They listened to chill out music whilst being creative which was soothing. Did you enjoy this activity Class 6?
Posted On 04 Oct 2016
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Health and Wellbeing Week

We have really enjoyed our first day of Health and Wellbeing week! We took part in our daily 5 minutes of activity, danced to our 10 times table song, played fun games with a sport company called AXIOM sports, made our healthy salad faces and had a fun circuit style PE lesson!...
Posted On 03 Oct 2016
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week in Class 6 English Next week in English we will be reading the story ‘Maha and the Elephant’ and will be completing writing linked to this inspiring tale. Spellings You have been given your spellings on Monday. Please practise them at home and complete the...
Posted On 29 Sep 2016
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Homework Project

Please don’t forget that you have another week to complete your homework project! See below for a reminder of what you have been asked to do: We’d like you to plan a meal using seasonal ingredients (as part of our ‘Save the Planet’ topic). Your project should be presented...
Posted On 29 Sep 2016
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Pedestrian Training Day 1

Mrs Carr-Brion and the children in Class 6 completed their first day of Pedestrian Training this week. The children listened well to the information given to them and crossed the road safely. Class 6, can you name 5 things that help you to cross the road? Do you know 3 people who...
Posted On 28 Sep 2016
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Super sound science!

Class 6 took part in a carousel of sound experiments in science this week in order to answer the question ‘what is sound?’ What have you found out Class 6? Did you enjoy our super sound science?
Posted On 27 Sep 2016
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Radius and circumference

Today some of the children looked at circles and what the maths words ‘circumference’ and ‘radius’ mean. The children, many for the first time, practised using a compass to draw accurate circles. It’s very tricky making the pencil move around whilst...
Posted On 26 Sep 2016
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Next week in Class 6

English Next week in English we will be looking at punctuation and linking this to our current topic of ‘save the planet’. Maths In maths next week we will be looking at shape and symmetry. Spellings We sent your spelling lists home with you on Monday. Please practise your...
Posted On 22 Sep 2016
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Homework Project

For your next homework project, we’d like you to plan a meal using seasonal ingredients (as part of our ‘Save the Planet’ topic). Your project should be presented neatly in a way that can be displayed in our class and could include a straightforward written menu, a recipe, or if...
Posted On 22 Sep 2016
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Designing flags

We had great fun designing flags for each continent. What features did your flag have class 6?
Posted On 22 Sep 2016
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