Year 6DL: Blog items
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 @ 1:34pm
The children in 6DL had a great PE lesson. They were exploring how to use the apparatus to develop Their skills of 'Weight on Hands' and were rehearsing their sequences to make improvements.
Date: 6th Feb 2022 @ 10:31pm
Here is this week's learning padlet for those of you who are isolating at home. Have a go at the activities which are the same as the rest of us are doing in school. This week we are continuing our new novel "Kensuke's Kingdom." We will be using the ideas from this to write our own deserted island adventure story.
Date: 2nd Feb 2022 @ 11:05pm
This Friday 4th February we are taking part in a special TTRockstar competition for NSPCC day. The winning class will receive £100 to spend on maths games and puzzles for their classroom! Get practising and GOOD LUCK!
Date: 31st Jan 2022 @ 5:45pm
Today we have been calculating missing angles in straight lines and around a point. We will also be learning to calculate missing angles in triangles this week. Play the game to practise calculating missing angles. How many points can you get? Can you beat Mr Leverton?
5 house points for anyone who can tell us what the difference is between a complementary angle and a supplementary angle!
Date: 30th Jan 2022 @ 9:48pm
Here is this week's learning padlet for those of you who are isolating at home. Have a go at the activities which are the same as the rest of us are doing in school. This week we are starting our new novel "Kensuke's Kingdom." It's about a boy named Michael who ends up ship-wrecked on an island! We know you are going to love it as it one of our all-time favourite books in Year 6!
Date: 30th Jan 2022 @ 9:35pm
Do you know your prisms from your pyramids?
Can you recognise a traingular prism or a square based pyramid?
Play the sorting game to practice your 3D shapes some more!
Date: 30th Jan 2022 @ 9:03pm
Last term we had a TTRockstar's tournament as part of part of MATHS WEEK and the highest scorers of the tournament won a maths workshop. Year 6 winners had a brilliant time solving puzzles with tangrams and towers and problem solving in teams with Liam from THE PROBLEM SOLVING WORKSHOP.
"It was great fun!"
"I love doing maths this way"
"Yay I am so glad I won. It was a great prize!"
Date: 30th Jan 2022 @ 7:40pm
Here is this week's learning for those of you who are isolating at home. Have a go at the activities which are the same as the rest of us are doing in school. Look out for Week 2 of our Survival Guide- we will be using some of this week's tips to help us over the coming weeks when we write our deserted island adventure stories...HOW WILL YOU SURVIVE?
Date: 12th Jan 2022 @ 10:26pm
Here is this week's learning for those of you who are isolating at home. Have a go at the activities which are the same as we are doing in school. We know that you won't want to miss the end of our novel "Once". We hope you are back in school with us soon.
Date: 2nd Nov 2021 @ 3:57pm
Welcome back to school! We hope you had a lovely week off! We were absolutely blown away in Year 6 this morning by the homework projects that the children brought into school! The children were asked to complete a task linked to our World War II topic and they certainly rose to the challenge. This morning we were greeted by amazing models, diary entries, war posters, ration books and fact booklets which clearly showed a lot of time and effort had gone into them! Well done Year 6- a brilliant start to this half term!
Date: 17th Oct 2021 @ 10:43pm
Today Year 6 were lucky enough to have a live zoom meet up with Donavan
Christoper, a poet, also known as Rappaman.
Not only did he read us some of his fantastic poetry, he inspired us to dig deeper and find out more about the origins of Black History Month by researching Carter G Woodson. The children really enjoyed finding out about this inspirational figure and were curious to find out more as well as enjoying listening to a fab poem about him.
Donavan also asked us to find out more about other black heroes:
The Scar eyed Queen of Kush
And to research the Ancient World of African Kingdoms such as Nubia and Kush as well as more current heroes like the European Championship footballers who played for England this year!
Here is what the children said after the zoom...
Date: 13th Oct 2021 @ 10:32pm
Today we have been finding out about the life of Carter G Woodson as part of Black History month. We discovered that he is known as the "Father of Black History and lots of fascinating facts about his life. Have a look at the clip below to find out more about his life and why he is so important to why we celebrate Black History month.
Date: 13th Oct 2021 @ 9:53pm
We have been exploring the work of war artist Henry Moore and war photographer Bill Brandt to re-create our own war time images from the Blitz. We have taken photos in role and sketched the images first. Have a look at our brilliant sketches so far and look out for our finished work next week.
Date: 13th Oct 2021 @ 4:07pm
Goodbye Ghyllhead! What an amazing time we have had! Both Year 6 classes have been a credit to Ravensbury; they have had so much fun and challenged themselves with so many of the activities. They have displayed such teamwork and super listening skills as well as encouraging each other through challenges including the zip-wire, the night-line and even making up their own beds! We have made wonderful memories that will stay with us forever...thank you to everyone involved in making this trip an adventure to remember!
Date: 4th Oct 2021 @ 10:24am
What an exciting week it is going to be for Year 6! We are off to Ghyllhead on Wednesday for an outdoor adventure we will never forget! Ghyll scambling, zip-wire, canoeing and mountain walks...there is so much to look forward to! I don't who is more excited... the staff or the children!
Click the link below to have a sneak peek at some of the activities we will be getting up to!
Date: 23rd Sep 2021 @ 8:43pm
This week we had a very interesting talk about Knife Crime and it's impact. We had a visitor from Global Policing who came in to speak to us about it.
Ex Manchester City captain Vincent Komapany has voiced his opinion previously too, saying that young people need "the right amount of education and support at every level" to help prevent knife crime.
Check out the link below to BBC Newsround for more information.
There is also a clip for what to do if you feel worried by anything you hear in the media.
Date: 22nd Sep 2021 @ 11:17am
We were very excited on Thursday as we had Miss Kent back in the class room. It seems like such a long time ago that we had a live music lesson and we were finally allowed to sing again.