Year 6 Class - 6B - Spring - 2019 - 2020
Hello and welcome to Spring Term 2020 with class 6B - your teacher is Mr Brooks and your T.A. is Mrs Coleman.
We have Dance every Wednesday and PE each Friday - please make sure your PE kit is in school all week.
Homework is given out on Mondays and collected in on Fridays.
Please ensure that your reading record/reading book is brought into school each and every morning.
If you fancy some extra spelling homework, then see if you can spell all of the Year 5 and 6 statutory spellings!
Children should be taking regular visits to the 'TTRockstars' and 'Spelling Shed' websites - they all have logins and codes, so no excuses!
Year 6 have been to Windsor Gardens, investigating different tree types from their bark patterns and tree shape.
We didn't know there was so much variety in such a small area!
Year 6 have been very busy using and sorting with classification keys in our science weeks topic. We also studied a taxonomist called Carl Linnaeus. (Pictured above is his statue at Sefton Park Palm House, Liverpool.)
Maths in Geography - comparing % of water use in our homes.
No Outsiders - standing up to discrimination
Altru Theatre Company helped years 5 and 6 to think about keeping themselves safe online.
Year 6 having a great time in dance this week - very athletic indeed!
In our geography topic on water, we have produced thematic maps of world annual rainfall, adding major bodies of water, and given definitions of some different types of bodies of water.
In our French lessons right now, we are learning how to say different types of places to live.
For our DT topic, we prepared and made leek and potato soup - it was so delicious!
The Epiphany - we took some quiet reflection time in church, and Father Dominic helped to explain all about the special visitors to the crib.
Year 6 have been increasing their understanding of staying safe in the digital world, with the help of Merseyside Police.
Year 6 have been researching the Golden Mantella Frog, which is an endangered species in its native country of Madagascar.
Our class designed and created these amazing Golden Mantella Frog masks.
Wow! Chester Zoo was absolutely amazing!
With the whole school visiting this attraction on the same day, it was brilliant to see such wonderful creatures along with all the other year groups.
We even got to see our frogs in real life!