China Class (Y6)
Autumn 1 in year 6 has been a very busy, exciting half term. All of the children have shown great perseverance and resilience.
In English, we have been working hard in class to write defeating the monster stories and instructions.
In maths, we have covered lots of topics, such as, order of operations, long divison and multiplication, reading and ordering number to 10000000.
In science, we have learnt about classifying animals and how Carl Linnaeus created a system for classifying animals and plants.
In DT, in groups, we created three meal plans that each included a starter, a main course and a dessert. Two of the meals were tailored to specific diets such as gluten free. We then made each course and everyone in class tasted them. They were all delicious.
In school, we had a Vison Day to focus on our values:
Being inclusive, inquiring and inspirational by:
- Encouraging each other to be the best we can be, working together as a nurturing, Christian family.
- Asking questions so that we grow in mind, body and spirit, embracing God’s wondrous, diverse world.
- Following Jesus’ example, making a positive difference in the lives of others through love.
Also during Autumn 1, year 6 went to Robinwood for their residential where they took part in many activities: zipline, climbing, piranha pool and much more. We all had an amazing time.