Welcome to Class 6!
We love a good sing and dance in class 6! This half term we are learning songs that give a message that helps us learn not to discriminate....except Uptown Funk, that just happened...spot the child who isn’t keen on this particular tune!
Lords, Ladies, Castles & Chaos!
Some super work on our current history topic...
Today we are playing "Taskmaster" in between jobs!
First task was to build the tallest tower using items on the desk!!
We also had to make the best sound...a few of our faves are below.
Click the pics above to see how we got on.
Virtual panto and McDonald's will be on Wednesday 16th December if you are wishing to adjust your child's pack up amount!
There is no need to change school dinner as we won't be eating our McDs until later in the afternoon.
Lessons for pupils self isolating.
Please click on the link to work through a whole range of fractions activities linked to the learning taking place in class.
English: Please do 30 minutes of reading plus and 15 minutes of spelling shed games and activities.
Writing: Watch this video again of "The Giant Stirred" then use some of the images to describe, in detail, the setting. Remember to use: similes, personification, metaphors, exciting adjectives and adverbs.
Homework 13.11.20 - I would like you to use your inference skills to work out which book pile belongs to which member of staff.
When you have finished, if you would like to enter the quiz then please follow the instructions on the sheet - Good luck!!
Try our quiz to chase away the lockdown blues. Can you match the selfie to the shelfie?
We are finding out about volcanoes and earthquakes at the minute in class 6. Look how the children’s work is getting on! What a team!
Wow! What a brilliant few mornings we had at Carlton Lodge this week. The children were amazing and really got involved in all the activities, pushing and challenging themselves
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We have had such fun learning about South America and comparing it to the U.K. The children have produced some amazing work and we really enjoyed our parade yesterday!
Please please please ensure your child reads regularly during the week. They should be aiming to read every day at home and (usually) twice a week there will be set reading homework linked to the class novel - if they don't keep up with this then they will find the lessons in school difficult. Please support your child at home to help them catch up - especially following such a long time out of school. Thank you.