Year 6JT: Blog items
Date: 15th Sep 2023 @ 4:06pm
6JT have worked really hard this week and were rewarded with a fun filled golden time. There were lots of activities for the children to be involved in and they enjoyed every minute. Well done everyone and let's try to earn even mpre time next week!
Date: 21st Jul 2023 @ 6:26pm
The memories of Ravensbury for the class of 2023...
Date: 16th Jun 2023 @ 4:28pm
What an amazing day for year 6 today! A visit to the Bridgewater Hall to take part on Manchester's Big Sing. The children had an amazing time singing along to all of the songs. We were all blown away when we saw Miss Kent at the front as one of the lead singers!! She was awesome and she gave us a special shout-out. Our response was so loud she could hear us all the way from the back.
Date: 3rd Mar 2023 @ 3:18pm
Today we had a great day celebrating World Book Day in 6JT. We had a great time in assembly and there were some amazing ideas for costumes this year. We enjoyed guessing the masked readers, reading our book The Rabbit Problem and reading with year 2.
Date: 11th Jan 2023 @ 3:22pm
Date: 11th Jan 2023 @ 2:36pm
This week we have been busy sorting shapes according to their properties: parallel lines, perpendicular lines, lines of symmetry and angles.
Play the game below to practise all of the vocabulary and properties we have been discussing in our lessons...
Date: 6th Jan 2023 @ 2:58pm
Today we had a great afternoon investigating how to alter the brightness of a bulb. We conducted three investigations, adding more bulbs, adding more cells and adding more wires. We made predictions and wrote down our results.
Date: 16th Dec 2022 @ 1:51pm
What a show! Well done to all of the drama performers today putting on their show. You were all amazing and you got great reviews!
Date: 17th Nov 2022 @ 7:53pm
Date: 4th Nov 2022 @ 4:39pm
Today was our annual Ravensbury bake off. Well done to all the children who took part. I was very impressed with the effort you all put in (both adults and pupils).
I spend the morning break sampling them all and some were delicious! Miss Gallery had to come and assist me with my decision as it was difficult to choose the first, second and third places.
Congratulations to the three winners and well done once more to all the others for entering.
Date: 4th Nov 2022 @ 4:22pm
On Wednesday the children had a great day with Rebaz watching and learning some freestyling football skills.
Date: 2nd Nov 2022 @ 12:07pm
6JT have been working on movements, actions and words to show aspects of life during the Second World War. They used their ideas to explore what it was like to live in the countryside and created short pieces to show the activities they did while they were at Ghyll Head.
Date: 21st Oct 2022 @ 4:01pm
This week we had the opportunity to create some World War Two images of life in the shelters.
Date: 21st Oct 2022 @ 3:57pm
In writing this week we had a great time having an ideas party, where the children could gather as many ideas as they could to use in their information text.
Date: 21st Oct 2022 @ 3:13pm
Year 6 sang their song really well today in our KS2 assembly. It was lovely to hear them all sing the Harvest Samba.
Date: 18th Oct 2022 @ 11:58am
Today we have been exploring the concept of division and using practical resources to explore arrays and remainders.
Date: 5th Oct 2022 @ 10:51pm
Year 6 are headed off for our much anticipated trip to Ghyllhead the outdoor education centre in Lake Windermere. We are so excited and can't wait for all the adventures we will have there. Have a look at the clip below to get a flavour of some of the activites and adevntures we will be enjoying while we are there! Byeee!
Date: 28th Sep 2022 @ 2:18pm
Here is a breakdown of the learning we are doing in year 6 in this first half term. The children have been working really hard so far this year and are all very much looking forward to our trip to Ghyll Head.
Date: 14th Sep 2022 @ 11:51am
Yesterday the children had to squash themselves under the tables and pretent we were having an air raid drill. They thought it was very exciting and enjoyed chatting with their friends and making up games to keep themselves occupied. I'm sure if they had to stay there all night, like they had to during World War 2, then they would soon get very fed up and bored.
Date: 14th Sep 2022 @ 11:33am
This week we launched our new topic about life during The Second World War. We started with a dance, where the children all had to learn an old fashioned dance called the 'Lindy Hop'. They did very well and had a chance to practise. As you can see from the photographs below, they all had a great time.
Date: 13th Sep 2022 @ 3:41pm
It was lovely to see you all this morning and I hope you enjoyed looking at some of the morning activities we do when the chidren come into school. Do not hesitate to come and see me if you have any questions. Thank you.
Date: 17th May 2022 @ 2:59pm
Year 6 took part in a peaceful protest to raise awareness of Global Warming and Climate Change. They made amazing banners to use when marching around the school grounds. They attracted a lot of attention because they made the decision to hold their protest at the same time as the school cake sale. This had a big impact as there were a lot of people around. We are so proud of the children in both year 6 classes for showing so much passion and dedication to 'making a change' for the better.
Date: 24th Mar 2022 @ 12:56pm
Year 6 have been conducting a traffic survey to find out the volume of traffic passing the school during the school day. We will be using this information to help us to monitor the air pollution in the area and explore ways to reduce the amount of traffic. This links to our topic on Climate Change and the children will be exploring ways in which they can help to reduce Global Warming and make a difference.
Date: 7th Mar 2022 @ 5:12pm
On Friday we had our first PE orienteering lesson. We had so much fun working in teams to create 'Silly Faces'. The objective was to work in teams using the equipment given to create the silly face card accurately using the information on the map. The children had such fun tranferring the information from the diagram into reality using the equipment. They worked brilliantly in teams and were very energetic. I know they cannot wait until the next lesson to take on another new challenge. Well done 6JT!
Date: 3rd Mar 2022 @ 4:46pm
Today we had enjoyed World Book Day! We had lots of fun dressing up as our favourite book characters and taking part in a parade around the playground. We read our class book 'Holes' and met the Warden today. We also launced our class author- Onjali q Rauf and researched facts about her and looked at some of the books she has written. We had an opportunity to link to a live zoom with with Z-arts and Emma Jackson from the 'Story Drawing Club and explore ways to use our new free book. We ended the day with a look at the Masked Reader clips and guess who the teachers were. Everyone got a book token to take home too.