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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6!

The Eagles

 

21/05/2018 - 23/05/2018

Some of our year 5 and 6 have spent a fantastic three days at Hagg Farm , canoeing , orienteering , shelter building , wall climbing and walking . It was brilliant fun , enjoyed by everyone and all of the children were amazing . Please check out our photos on the GALLERY section of our website .

 

10/07/2018 - SATs result day

17 and 18/07/2018 - Y6 show ~ Cinderella

25/07/2018 - Leavers Assembly.

25/07/2018 - End of year

 

 

We have been working with Louise and James , from the Holocaust Museum at Laxton , on a very special project . The museum are revamping their centre and we are helping them to create an interactive experience/game about a Jewish boy named Leo .

We have been working with Louise and James , from the Holocaust Museum at Laxton , on a very special project . The museum are revamping  their centre and we are helping them to create an interactive experience/game about a Jewish boy named Leo . 1
We have been working with Louise and James , from the Holocaust Museum at Laxton , on a very special project . The museum are revamping  their centre and we are helping them to create an interactive experience/game about a Jewish boy named Leo . 2
We have been working with Louise and James , from the Holocaust Museum at Laxton , on a very special project . The museum are revamping  their centre and we are helping them to create an interactive experience/game about a Jewish boy named Leo . 3

MEET THE NEW MEMBERS OF EAGLE CLASS 

 

RUBY -  white, red eyes and sandy strip - named by Mrs Wraith, 

BETTY - grey, black eyes, dumbo ears - named by Austen,

BLITZ - sandy, brown eyes, dumbo ears - named by The Eagles.

 

Ruby is very calm and will sit on my shoulder but the two other girls are very active and so it was very difficult to photograph them.  They are going to need lots of training but they are very pretty.   

Golden Book Winners 2017/2018

 

 

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It has been impossible to choose just one person this month (25/05/2018) , so I chose you all ! You were fabulous during SATs week : calm , mature and hard working . You helped me keep it together and reassured me . You all deserve this recognition because you all certainly shone . Well done .

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Archie Bear 

 

Archie Bear, our school mascot . 

 

We will ‘Achieve with Archie’, if we are:

 

Ambitious - encouraging children to have aspirations and have ambitions to ‘dream the big dream’. To try, try and try again, even when things are challenging.

Respectful - treating others how they would like to be treated. 

Confident - preparing our children for a world which is changing every day , to tackle new things with confidence.

Honest -  telling the truth, to say what we mean and do what we say we are going to do.

Independent foster a love of learning and promote independence and encourage questioning.

Equal celebrate the difference and individuality of others.

LET'S ALL ACHIEVE TOGETHER.

 

   Magic Moments 

 

 

How to take off a pen lid tutorial.

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"Year 6 Quality Quotes "

 Welcome to 'BLOGGING' . As part of our ICT the Eagles have become bloggers on our school blog page . We have created our own WeeMees and have been blogging each other . Remember no text speak and be polite . Mrs.Wraith and Miss.Geeson are the BlogMasters and will approve your posts for others to see .

HAPPY BLOGGING !   

 

 

This weeks person of the week is ....................

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework:

Spelling rules :

Spelling rules : 1 Capital letters !
Spelling rules : 2 VOWEL , CONSONANT , double the CONSONANT !
Spelling rules : 3 Drop the E add ING !

Year 6 Curriculum Map Overview

Key Stage 2 SATs explained

Year 5/6 Spelling List

Year 6 Spelling list

Grammar Giants

Questions to ask when reading

Yearly Numeracy Coverage

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