Year 6

Mrs Raine

Welcome to Year 6

 

Year 6 Easter Homework

With only 18 teaching days to go until the SATs after the holidays, use your time wisely and complete these pages over the holidays to keep your brain ticking over! Maths - pages 9, 25, 52 SPAG - pages 20, 21, 46 Reading - pages 36 & 37, 48 & 49 10 minutes a day Maths...

Basketball with Billy

This half term we have developed our basketball skills with a coach from the Gateshead School Sports Partnership. Billy was a fabulous coach who took us from barely being able to dribble the basketball, through to playing an exciting and highly skilled match within...

Visualising 3D Shapes

In Maths, we were set the challenge of visualising 3d models, from 2d representations of them. First, we had try to work out how many cubes there were in a model, then we had to build the model to check. Working with a partner, meant that we had lots of discussion...

Year 6 Handball Introduction

We were lucky to have a coach from Lord Lawson visit our school and give us a quick insight into the game of handball. Through various warm up tasks, we tried out the different techniques which we applied in a mini tournament. Participating in a new sport, provided us...

Christmas Tucker Trials

Instead of a 'normal' Christmas party, Year 6 opted to go head-to-head in some Christmas themed trials, based on those they had been watching on 'I'm a Celebrity'.  Everyone (including Mrs Watson) took part in their trials extremely well and no one was sick! We did...

Cams Chaos

This term we have been learning how to use cams to create a moving toy. The equipment which we used was challenging to say the least and many of us had a real test of our resilience! Here's a photo of one of the more successful toys which we managed to...

Graffiti Style

In our mini topic leading up to Christmas, we learned how to create wicked style graffiti and held a debate about whether graffiti should become legal.  Using our new talents, we made a calendar in graffiti style.  At the top of the calendar we wrote our family name;...

Cracker Conjunctions

Today we had a real surprise in our English lesson when Mrs Oram told us to start by pulling the crackers on our table. Inside she had hidden sentences and conjunctions which didn't go together. Working as a team we had to match up the conjunctions to the correct...

Punctuation Fun

In our bid to improve our understanding of speech punctuation, we played a game against one another where we had to roll a punctuation dice and collect the punctuation marks to complete our sentence.  Remembering the comma to lead into the speech seems to catch us out...

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