Welcome to Class 6
Welcome Back !
Our new project is Predator!
Today we have explored some exciting animal poetry and have created animal masks 🎭
I hope you're all having a wonderful Easter break.
I have attached the explanation of what the bar model is on a YouTube link.
If you have any time to watch this and practice some questions,class dojo's will be awarded to those who bring in some evidence.
Addition and Subtraction
Sam had 45 stamps.
His father gave him 39 stamps.
How many stamps did Sam have altogether?
Lulu has 500 buttons.
She sells 201 buttons.
How many buttons does she have left?
Multiplication and Division
There are 4 children.
They share 24 slices of pizza equally.
How many slices of pizza does each child get?
There are 3 postcards in one packet.
How many postcards are there in 8 identical packets.
Editing and writing our diary in best for competition number 2 ✉️
day, made, time, I'm, help
jacket, city, ice, chance, floor
mission, poisonous, tremendous, adventurous, strange
29.03.19- Incredible Homework!
could, house, old, too, by
Group 2 ( Mrs Huntley)
dodge, change, gentle, energy, mind
Group 3 (Miss Mackay)
nature, future, voucher, sculpture, special
This Friday! 🎊 If you have any cardboard we would really appreciate you sending some in with your child 🙏🏻 Thanks in advance :)
Fantastic Homework brought in today by Laura 😍
Red Nose Day Designer Project
Parent Sharing Afternoon 22.03.19
Due to the spellings being given out late and comic relief of Friday, we are testing on Monday :)
Group 2 (Mrs Huntley)
Group 3 (Miss Mackay)
Olympic Athlete ! 🥇🥈🥉🏊🏻
What a day! 😍
Thank you to all the parents that have put in so much effort for their children's outfits today!
We have all had a fantastic day. We created Hogwarts acceptance letters on tea stained paper, created our own potions and have suggested a new novel to J.K Rowling !
Some of our work produced this morning!
Class 6 competition winners ! 🎖
just, now, came, oh, about
Group 2 (Mrs Huntley)
edge, cage, germ, bridge, poor
Group 3 (Miss Mackay)
pleasure, capture, departure, poacher, promise
World Book Day - Thursday 7th March
World Book Day
Our focus for world book day in year 3 is going to be Harry Potter.
I understand that this can be an expensive time and I much prefer to see homemade costumes.
Therefore I am giving small prizes away to the best dressed in the class on Thursday afternoon.
If you need materials to create your costume please ask and I will try my best to sort this for you in time!
Some fancy dress ideas...
Hagrid (big bushy beard and baggy clothes)
Student (bin bag for the cloak- school uniform - tie made from card or paper)
Hedwig (Owl - white)
Dobby the house elf (bed sheet, similar to the toga party...)
Dementor (Black cloak - Halloween)
The sorting hat (brown or black clothes with a large hat)
Our new Homework focus 📚
Welcome back everyone !
I hope you've had a fantastic half term and you're all ready for Spring 2!
This weeks spellings....
Mrs Huntley (Group 2)
Miss Mackay (Group 3)
Spooky Sagas Competition
Last year every child in class 6 had the opportunity to write their own 'Spooky Saga' to be entered into a competition.
The best stories received were looked over by a panel of authors and the most creative and imaginative stories were chosen to be published. The 'Young Writers Est' received in excess of 22,000 entries and 8 children in our class have been chosen!
A big well done to everyone who took part and I look forward to reading those 8 stories in a published book very soon!
A reminder to parents that the permission slips and the attached information for the story to be published in the book needs to be sent back by the 15th of February.
Can I write length in metres (m) and centimetres (cm)
New spelling groups
I have changed some of the spelling groups due to the recent test scores. The children know which group they are now in. These will change depending on the progress that the children make. Please come and see me if you have any questions :)
Many, clothes, busy, people, water
happily, gently, terribly, miserably, material
should, would, who, whole, any
reappear, finally, continually, important, island
then, were, go, little, as
improve, sure, sugar, eye, could
return, usually, unfortunately, regularly, heard
A letter has been sent home tonight for our trip to Magna on 12.02.19!!🎊
A 3D volcano made at home by Meahlee !🌋
Fantastic volcano creations at home !
Welcome Back !
Thank you to all the parents who attended this afternoon🌋
We are all very excited for this Spring term and cannot wait to share further learning experiences together !
Volcano sculpting and erupting !
Join us at 2pm on the first day back (8.01.19) to make volcanoes!
Some examples of the creative artwork produced before Christmas
Some of the children with their split pin elves 😍
Ezra made an entrance this morning ! 🕺🏻🎊
Well done to all the children involved in the carol concert and to those parents who came to support 🎶🎤
WB 10.12.18 Creating our 3D Christmas cards 😍
Thank you to those parents that attended our end of project exhibition ✨
with, all, we, can, are, up, had, my, her, what, there, out, this, have, went.
every, great, break, steak, pretty, beautiful, after, fast, last, past, father, class, grass, pass, plant
disobey, misheard, invisible, misjudge, enough, dislike, misunderstand, incomplete, incredible, forward, review, supermarket, sadly, eventually, fruit.
We won the attendance prize !!!🍬🎊
Our new Hogwarts visual reading chart 📚✨
We look forward to seeing you this Friday at 2pm! :)
Class 6 Spellings
Today Class 6 got some very exciting gifts for our reading area!
Ian Bland Poetry Workshop
the, and, to, said, in, he, I, of, it, was, you, they, on, she, is
door, floor, poor, because, find, kind, mind, behind, child, children, wild, climb, most, only, both
hymn, courage, unknown, syrup, decide, pyramid, trouble, uneven, typical, difficult, disagree, misbehave, inactive, disappear, early
Our New Class Councillors
Some beautiful pieces of art work created to remember those who have fought in the war.
Your child should be practicing their spellings at home for the test on Friday.
There are now 3 spelling groups, your child will know what group they are in.
The blue spelling words are the unseen spellings for this weeks test, however they will be tested on all of the below in their group.
the, and, to, said, in, he, I, of, it, was
door, floor, poor, because, find, kind, mind, behind, child, children
rough, young, symbol, uncommon, cousin, hymn, courage, unknown, syrup, decide, pyramid, trouble, uneven, typical, difficult
Homework to be completed by Friday 16th November.
Welcome back to Class 6.
I hope you've all had a wonderful half term and we look forward to sharing our new project with you all :)
Heroes and Villains
Our Fabulous Finish
WC- 15.10.18 Alfie's giant onion for his project homework!
Food Testing, for our final exhibition.
We would like to welcome parents into school on Thursday afternoon to try a range of fruit with your child.
I have also attached a copy of the homework sheet which will be ending next Friday.
5 new spellings to be tested on Friday 12th of October.
Total of 15 spellings in the test.
Dojo's will be awarded to those children who bring in their completed sheets on Friday.
5.10.18 Experimenting the reversible change of chocolate !
Willy Wonka Letter
This afternoon after lunch, a scroll was left on the door for our class from Mr Willy Wonka himself!
We have been given the task to create the best packaging 'this world has ever seen' so this week during our project lessons we will be designing our own packaging.
It would be wonderful if you would like to get involved with your child's learning at home and perhaps create some packaging ideas to be displayed on our class working wall :)
This weeks 5 new spellings are...
We made bread in a bag
This weeks spellings
Each week we will add 5 new spellings to our test to give the children three weeks to perfect their previously taught spellings
Creating angles of a full turn on the playground.
Class 6 Art
The children worked really hard on their drafting before their final piece, considering using a large area of the square provided. As we began our final piece, the children were asked to choose 4 colours and alternate these in every part of the picture.
As you can see the artistic outcome is fantastic.
The spellings for this week are as follows:
The children are given their spellings on a Monday and tested on a Friday.
Welcome to Class 6!