Year 6 have been working out, to keep their bodies and brains active.
Well done HIT squad ! on being brilliant role model and delivering a fantastic E-Safety day.
We raised money for the Australian crisis by donating money for a non uniform day and to decorate biscuits!
We used cookie to learn about how tectonic plates move and how this can cause earthquakes.
This really helped us with our next lesson when we researched the Haitian earthquake in 2010.
Year 6 worked really hard to measure angles and also to reason how they knew which angle was acute, obtuse and reflex.
We have previously learnt how to play B and E. Today we learnt G.
Harry managed to play a price of music by reading from the stave, which included all three notes.
Well done, Harry.
We carried out an experiment to find out how voltage affects the brightness of a bulb.
We concluded that the higher the voltage, the brighter the bulb.
Next week, we will be writing up our experiment.
Stanley taught our music lesson this week!
He built on the classes prior learning to include playing a B. We then followed sheet music to play pieces with a combination of B and E notes.
These pupils were investingsting circuits in our working wall area. They challenged themselves to make the bulbs brighter.
We have been learning lots of new vocabulary for drinks in Year 6.
We knew that the ‘i’ in Limondade would be pronounced as an e as we have seen it in other words.