Year 6LK: Blog items

Year 6LK outstandings from week beginning 2-12-19

Date: 6th Dec 2019 @ 2:16pm

Congratulations to this week's outstanding children.

Michael and Tio for outstanding singing in singing assembly,

Malachi for outstanding writing,

Whole class for outstanding behaviour and learning attitude on our trip to Stockport air raid shelter, as well as whole class work ethic in their work this week.

Year 6LK outstandings from week beginning 25-11-19

Date: 6th Dec 2019 @ 2:06pm

Congratulations to this week's outstandings.

Angel and Alesha for outstanding help at our christmas fair,

Malachi, Tio, Micheal and Arion for outstanding team work in grammer.

Elijah and Lillie for outstanding behaviour.

Jensen and John for outstanding consontration.

Ellie-Jaye for outstanding help around the classroom.

 

Gas Masks!

Date: 25th Nov 2019 @ 10:52am

This week we have been thinking about what it might be like to be a child at school during the outbreak of WW2. We have been writing diary entries about our days. Today Miss Wilson brought in a gas mask for the children to try out, it was very uncomfortable to wear and difficult to breathe in!

 

Outstandings for week beginning 18-11-19

Date: 25th Nov 2019 @ 9:30am

A big well done this week to;

Elijah for outstanding consontration in English

Declan for outstanding behaviour

Alesha for outstanding reading and understanding questions

Jensen for outstanding work following steps to success in Maths

Oscar for outstanding consontration in Maths

Andresa for outstanding learning of new English words.

Year 6LK outstandings for week beginning 11.11.19

Date: 15th Nov 2019 @ 3:40pm

John - for outstanding learning in English.

Joshua -for outstanding learning in English.

Melissa - for an outstanding anti-bullying poster.

Dylan - outstanding work in maths, converting fractions.

Blaiyze - outstanding work in maths, converting fractions.

John - outstanding work in maths, converting fractions.

Joshua - outstanding work in maths, converting fraction.

Declan - outstanding consontration.

Melissa - outstanding consontration.

Evodie - outstanding consontration.

Lillie - outstanding team work.

Emmanuel - outstanding team work.

Ofure - outstanding team work.

Esther - outstanding team work.     

Josh, Arion, Iuri, Lillie, Murphy, Elle-Jaye - outstanding discussion work in reading on WW2.

Oscar - outstanding behaviour and consontration.

Andresa - for an outstanding first week in school.

Year 6 visit to the Imperial War Museum

Date: 14th Nov 2019 @ 11:40pm

We had a brilliant visit to the Imperial War Museum North last week. We found out lots about the Blitz and the effect of war on different people's lives. We especially enjoyed the BIG PICTURE SHOW which was projected on the large walls of the museum and told real people's stories and memories from the Second World War- our new topic this term. It was really special as we commemorated Remembrance Sunday last week when we remember soldiers who have fought in all wars.

World War Two topic launch

Date: 6th Nov 2019 @ 11:02pm

Today was exciting as we went back in time to September 3rd 1939 to the day World War Two began. We all enjoyed being in role and taking part in a school day with our war names and meeting our war teachers... Miss Gilbertson and Miss Wilson. We were just taking part in our school dance when the siren went...then it was straight back to our rooms to gather around the "wireless" and listen to Neville Chamberlain's speech.Over the next few weeks we will be researching how war began and what life was like for people during the Blitz. Click here to find out more and click the picture below to hear Neville Chamberlain's speech.

 

 

Y6 art in nature project

Date: 25th Sep 2019 @ 9:28pm

We have had lots of fun exploring nature and creating art in the style of Andy Goldsworthy. We have also worked alongside Mrs Mccaffer to use printing techniques that are inspired by nature -just like Andy. Take a look at our awesome work below.

Year 6 visit to Scotsman Flash!

Date: 6th Jul 2019 @ 3:38pm

On Monday, Year 6 had a thrilling and wet day out at Scotsman Flash. As part of our Golden Week celebrations for all our hard work this year we headed off to Wigan for a day of kayaking, canoeing and rafting! We all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves  and we even managed to coax Miss Coulson into the water! WATER DAY OUT!! 

Year 6 visit to Blackpool Zoo

Date: 25th Jun 2019 @ 5:08pm

We have done a lot of fun thing this year but today was a really fabulous day out. We visited Blackpool Zoo as part of our science topic: "Evolution and Adaptation."  Daniel said it was, "The best day ever!" We even managed to dodge the rain as we hung out with the monkeys, giraffes and lions and penguins. Have a look at our video to see how much fun we had. 

 

Haunted House stories

Date: 13th Jun 2019 @ 11:41am

Today we scared ourselves silly sharing our Haunted House stories!

"I loved the brilliant description in Paige's story- I could really imagine the scary house from all her similes and metaphors."      Aminat

"Saina's story was really scary and spooky, I could really see feel how scared her character's were." Lora

"Fantastic vocabulary in Brandon's story." Thomas

I really liked the way Aminat didn't give the ending away- it was really dramatic... and SCARY!  Nahara

"Ryan used brillant vocabulary to create a spooky atmosphere." Thomas

"Thomas and Daim had brilliant description mixed in with dialogue and action." Paige 

"Daim's character's jumped off the page" Brandon

 

 

 

After Sats FUN!!

Date: 5th Jun 2019 @ 10:32pm

After all our hard work for our Sats we have had a chance to relax a little and have some fun! We played games, hung out and did some sketching outside! Well deserved Year 6!!!

ESCAPE THE ROOM!

Date: 22nd May 2019 @ 2:07pm

AFTER SATS FUN!

We set the year 6 children a series of maths challenges. They needed to solve the maths clues in teams that were hidden around the room. The clues led them to a 10 digit code that would enable them to escape the room! Thankfully some teams managed this before breaktime! Yikes! Well done Violet, Enoch and Ellie.

Lots of fun - well done Year 6!

 

Anne Frank Boxes

Date: 27th Mar 2019 @ 5:19pm

We have been using our knowledge of circuits to create useful equipment that Anne Frank could have used to protect her diary during WW2.

Can you work out what she might have used these boxes for?

 

Testing out a circuit

Date: 27th Mar 2019 @ 5:14pm

In Year 6 we have been looking at electricity. We challenged ourselves to work out why a bulb was/wasn't lighting up in a circuit.

Can you see what we needed to do?

 

 

Percentage practice

Date: 11th Mar 2019 @ 8:37pm

 

 

Year 6 have been practising percentages as gthey always come up in our arithmetic tests- click the picture to play percentage chains. Good luck!

The Great British Wartime Bake Off!

Date: 6th Dec 2018 @ 11:16pm

Today there was a bustling ration queue as the children of Year 6 attempted to collect their meagre rations to make their wartime shortbread. They have this evening to use the limited amounts of flour, butter and sugar to  ollow the wartime recipe they have been given. Good luck Year 6! The Bake off competition winners will be announced tomorrow! 

 

"TIME" to practise!

Date: 4th Dec 2018 @ 9:36pm

This week we are practising all aspects of telling and calculating with time.

What is analogue time? What is digital time? How do you read, say and use each type of time?

Use this Maths Frame game to practise all aspects of time. Remember to log in using our school password – check with your teacher if you have forgotten.

Click on the picture below:

 

 

Stockport Air Raid Shelters

Date: 4th Dec 2018 @ 9:08pm

TRIP ANNOUNCEMENT!

We are very excited about our upcoming trip to Stockport air raid shelters on Friday 14th December. We have been researching all about the Blitz and how it affected major cities such as London and Manchester. We are looking forward to visiting a real life shelter and imagining what life was really like during the Second World War for the people of Manchester!  

Keep checking in for pics of our visit...

 

 

 

The Second World War

Date: 19th Nov 2018 @ 9:56pm

This week we are writing the first draft of an information task on the Second World War. We have been busy finding out how the war began and how Britain was affected during the Blitz. Click here to find out more facts and to click the picture below to hear Neville Chamberlain's speech declaring war.

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Don't forget to keep checking back to see some fantastic examples of our writing!

http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/Britain.html

 

Fraction Frenzy!

Date: 12th Nov 2018 @ 9:27pm

This week we are looking at comapring and ordering fractions.

Click here to play the Higher or Lower game to practice comparing fractions- can you make an equivalent fraction to check?

 

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Science Week

Date: 26th Apr 2018 @ 2:03pm

As part of science week we investigated circuits as part of our electricity topic. We worked out how the brightness of the bulb changed by increasing the amount of bulbs and batteries in the circuit…

Denico:

“First we made a simple circuit and then we added another bulb and I noticed that bulbs became dimmer. When we added two batteries and one bulb, the light was much brighter. “

Shape Sort!

Date: 15th Mar 2018 @ 10:01am

We really enjoyed sorting shapes today into Venn diagrams and Carroll diagrams. We used properties of shapes to help us to classify them, including parallelograms and  perpendicular lines. Why not practise at home?

Prime Number Practise

Date: 15th Mar 2018 @ 9:58am

Following on from today’s lesson, use this game to help you practise recognising prime numbers

Remember to scroll through to find the prime number option.

Plus, bring 3 examples to prove that this trick works. Remember, you can use short division to divide by 12.

The Prime Number Trick

Using prime numbers, you can amaze your friends with a prime prediction…

  • Ask your friends to pick any prime number bigger than 5, but they must not tell you what it is.
  • Square it. (In other words multiply the prime number by itself.)
  • Add 17
  • Divide by 12

Without knowing which prime number your friends picked, you can still tell them: There will be a remainder of 6

Practise your missing angles skills…

Date: 15th Mar 2018 @ 9:32am

Following on from today’s lesson, use the Maths Frame game that was on the board to practise  will more at home.

Remember that you will need to log in with the school username and password and choose ” Angles in a triangle”.

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