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Year 6 I

Welcome to Year 6I Class Page!

 

Year 6 includes the following themes:

 

Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2
Local Study Victorian Reformers WWII - Turning Points WWII - Turning Points Evolution Moving On

 

Year 6 Enterprise Challenge

Working with a professional artist and ceramicist, Year 6 designed and produced a set of products to be sold at the Summer Fair. The aim is to make enough money to cover the costs of materials and services with hopefully a little extra as profit.

As well as the skills of art and design, Year 6 will also need to apply their maths skills to calculate the necessary pricing and English skills to market and promote the product to the public.

Post SATS Celebrations

 

SATS are over! Yipppeeee!
To celebrate the end of our testing week, we were lucky enough to have a film, pizza and popcorn party afternoon.

Here our some pictures from our well earned treat:

Year 6 Spelling 'Bee'

 

On Friday 3rd May, we held a Spelling 'Bee' in the School Hall. 
The children were given a range of different spellings to work out from unscrambling letters and playing hangman, to group and individual mini spelling tests. 
The children were all very excited to take part and had been working very hard to learn their spelling words. 

 

The impact of the Spelling 'Bee' was fantastic and both Year 6 classes were competing against each other. 

 

Here are our top spellers from the competition: Freddie, Evie, Ellie, Izzy, Tommy, Vinnie, Finley, Leo, Callum and James

 

Our overall winners from the competition was Year 6 I.  Well done to both Year 6 classes!

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Kingswood Slideshow Presentation

Will's Wonderful Words

No Girls Allowed

10 Show In The Globe.mp3

Don't Mention Mac

Romeos And Juliets

All The World's A Stage

To Be Or Not To Be

Curtain Calls

World War II Writing

 

Using 'Goodnight Mr Tom' by Michelle Magorian and
'Welcome to Nowhere' by Elizabeth Laird as a stimulus,
we were inspired to write our own WW2 stories.

We have developed our own narratives which engage the reader
by developing characters and atmosphere
through description, action and dialogue.

We hope you enjoy reading them as much as we enjoyed writing them!

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The Blitz: 7th September 1940 - 11th May 1941

BlitzKrieg - Lightening War

 

During WW2, the Germans launched a bombing campaign
against Britain.
Here are our advice leaflets for protecting your family at home
during 'The Blitz':

Propaganda in World War II

 

In WW2, Britain wanted all men and women to be involved in helping to win the war.

They used propaganda to influence people to help and raise morale of the people at home and those fighting abroad.

Here are some examples of our propaganda posters:

Shakespeare Week - 18th-24th March 2019

 

We focused on the Scottish tale of

'Macbeth'

for this year's Shakespeare week.

Here are some examples of our great work:

 

As part of our study of Macbeth, we wrote a radio news bulletin on the murder of Banquo, Macbeth's best friend.

Here are our radio reports; we hope you enjoy listening to them.

Alex and Vinnie.mp3

Callum and Leo.mp3

Ellie and Evie.mp3

Finley.mp3

Freddie.mp3

Gareth.mp3

Ilyas.mp3

Izzy and Lucy.mp3

Macie and Orla.mp3

Nicholas and Hayden.mp3

Nikola and Jaden.mp3

Ruby and Eve.mp3

Richard and Tommy.mp3

We then used drama to act out the unfortunate events of Banquo's demise and here are some pictures of us acting out the scene:
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After we had acted out the scene of Banquo's unfortunate death,

we used the laptops to write a newspaper report of the events.

Here are our reports:

Shakespeare inspired Art Work

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Chemistry with Cabbage

Chemistry with Cabbage 1
On 7th March, Chemist Lorelly Wilson wowed us all with her amazing chemistry with cabbage.  We used the cabbage to make an indicator and tested a range of household items to see if they were acid, alkali or neutral.  The cabbage indicator changed colour from purple to pink for acid and green for alkali.  It was a very exciting day - on top of World Book Day - and we all enjoyed learning lots about chemistry.

'Mathletics' Reasoning

Together with 6O, we used our reasoning skills to solve maths questions. 

For each correct reasoning challenge we completed,

we were able to complete one 'Mathletics' circuit.

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Circuits in Science

We all tested cell batteries to see if we could build a range of working

circuits using bulbs and buzzers. 

Next, we built incomplete circuits for others to fix. 

Here are some pictures of our circuits:

Measuring in Maths

We joined forces with 6O to challenge our understanding of measurement.  We used metre sticks to measure and draw metre squared squares and estimated how many children we thought could fit in each square.  We then tested our estimations by squeezing into the shapes.

One World Week

As part of One World week, we learnt all about Italy. 

In class, we designed tourism leaflets, created modern versions of the Mona Lisa and used our measuring skills to make pizza dough with lots of tasty toppings!

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Fun with Fractions?  Is that possible?

 

The answer is yes! We used our understanding of equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages to play dominos.

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Parents' SATs meeting.

SATs Preparation.
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