Anti-bullying Week - 19/11/21
This week as part of Anti-bullying Week, the Eagles spent time considering what bullying is, what form it can take and how we can all act to stop it. We looked at this year's message of 'one kind word' and created our 'one kind word' hands. It has been wonderful to see so many of the class putting this into practice over the week.
Unofficial Class Outing - 16/11/21
It was wonderful that so many of the children who went to see Macbeth by Candlelight were keen to share their experience this morning. It seems that they all had a wonderful time and thoroughly enjoyed the play - even the parts with the witches! A few future theatre critics thought that Banquo's death scene needed work... Thank you so much to everyone that managed to attend - it has clearly had a very large and positive impact.
The Eagles have honed their debating skills this week. We held a debate to decide 'Is Lady Macbeth responsible for her husband's downfall?' There were strong arguments for both sides and the final vote was fairly evenly split. In the end, most of the class believed that she was responsible.
Outdoor Learning Day
The Eagles really enjoyed their outdoor learning day. In the morning, we went to Forest School, where we toasted marshmellows and made popcorn!
We spent the afternoon with our Year 1 buddies, helping them complete an outdoor scavenger hunt and creating some art using natural resources.
Year 6 started their work as 'Playground Pals' this week. They have been on the playground playing games with the younger children and acting as fabulous role models. Well done for all your hard work so far Eagles!
The moment Year 6 had been waiting for finally arrived on Monday this week, when they met their Year 1 buddies! All the Eagles listened to their buddy read and enjoyed finding out more about each other. They played lots of games together and the younger children certainly kept the Eagles on their toes!
It was lovely to see all the Year 6 children being so responsible and caring with their buddies.
Keep up the good work Eagles!
Well done Eagles!
Eagles have set the bar high with their first week of home learning. We had a wonderful array of Tudor based work and enjoyed taking the time to share and celebrate it this morning (17th September). Let's hope that this standard is maintained over the year!
This week, all of the Eagles have shown us how mature they are, as they have taken the changes to our usual routine in their stride and continued to work very well. Keep it up Year 6!
A great start to the year!
The Eagles have made a great start to Year 6. They have enjoyed having different teachers and a staggering three classrooms! So far they have been getting to grips with Macbeth, exploring place value, finding out about the human body and researching Tudor dates. The class is working very hard and demonstrating this month's school value of responsibility. We have every confidence that they will continue to be an amazing Year 6!
Year 6 Home Learning
Home Learning books will be sent home each Friday and expected back by the following Wednesday. Work will be celebrated in class, but books will not be marked. Spelling dictations take place each Friday. Home Learning should include:
1. Grid. Something from the grid (attached below) each week. Please remember to date work and write a title.
2. Spellings. Learn this week’s spellings – the list is in your book and attached below. The document below also has some ideas for ways to practise. If you already know all of this week’s words, practise some of the Y5/6 statutory spellings (attached below). You can also revise key spellings here: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?q=spellingBelow you can also look at the Y1 -4 common exception words to revise and practise these if needed.
3. Mathletics – once you have your login, please ensure you complete your assigned tasks and problems. Let us know if you lose your login.
4. Reading – please read daily and at least once a week with an adult. Below is a bookmark for some ideas for questions.
5.Make sure your times tables are up to speed! You can practise with a family member or play hit the button at https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button. Alternatively, see if you can pass the tables test that pupils have to sit at the end of Y4 (it’s a good way to check that you are up to speed!) https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/477/Multiplication-Tables-Check