Welcome to 6M!
I hope you are all well and have enjoyed your Christmas break.
When the teachers were in school yesterday we were looking forward to an exciting new term but things have changed.
From tomorrow your home learning will be via Microsoft Teams.
You will need to access the Year 6 Home Learning team for any posts and all your work will be in the assignments tab.
Each of you will have an individual channel in which you can contact us if you have any questions or problems - this can be found in the 6M Communication team.
Please keep in touch - good luck with your learning.
There are 31 children in our class; our teacher is Mrs Mason and our learning support is Mrs Powell.
Our topics this year are The Victorians, The World and Extreme Weather and the Ancient Maya.
Homework is sent out on Wednesday and given in on Mondays. Your planner will be used to write important reminders and homework tasks in. Please make sure you have it in school with you daily.
In year 6 our homework is : reading, spellings or grammar, maths and learning logs (every fortnight).
We have PE with Premier Sports on a Thursday afternoon in term 3 - please wear your PE kit to school on this day.
For term 3, our other PE slot will be on a Friday so please wear your PE kit on a Friday.
Make sure you have your planner available to write reminders!
We hope you enjoy visiting our class page to see our learning over the course of the year.
Please get in touch if you have any questions.
6M have been learning about the Christmas traditions which the Victorians introduced - without Prince Albert we would not be busy decorating our Christmas trees!
Christmas tree decorations were often hand-made so we have designed and made our own tree decorations in the form of a felt stocking.
6M followed in Isambard Kingdom Brunel's footsteps to design and create a bridge to cross a gorge (a space between 2 tables!)
Each group was given newspaper and sellotape with the option of wool.
They had to use their knowledge of bridge types to decide a design which would be strong, sturdy and good to look at as well as working brilliantly in teams!
Here are some photos of their afternoon.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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