Well done Owl Class for an excellent week! You have all impressed me with your determination and independence in this week’s assessments. I am really looking forward to beginning our TREASURE history topic on Monday!
Here is a picture of you all enjoying the glorious sunshine on the Little Field this week! What a wonderful lot you are! Lucky Mrs Robertson :o)
Well done Owl class! A fabulous first week back! You have impressed me with your determination, enthusiasm, great humour, and kindness to each other. You have been a pleasure to teach. Congratulations to you all for the Learning Behaviour Award you received as a class in today’s Celebration Assembly!
Here is some of the beautiful art work you produced this week based on the book: The Boy the Mole the Fox and the Horse. I hope you all have a relaxing weekend.
Art work in progress:
I am really looking forward to welcoming you all back on Monday morning to begin the new school year!
I hope that you have all had a good summer and that you are feeling refreshed and ready for the new term. I appreciate that some of you may be feeling apprehensive about coming back to school, especially after a long lockdown followed by the summer break. I want to reassure you that I have been working hard to make sure your first term of Year 6 is full of fun and interesting learning for you. There will also be plenty of time for you to reconnect with your friends, some of whom I know you won’t have seen for many months.
Our Skylark project for Term 1 & 2 is Treasure! In Year 6 we will be considering the question: Are the greatest treasures always tangible?
Our class text for Term 1 is The Story of the Amulet by E. Nesbit. Through this text we will be exploring different periods in history. I will upload the Year 6 Home Learning Activities for this term in separate blog post so that it is easier to find.
I thought some of you might like to see what Owl classroom looks like after a bit of spring-cleaning and rearranging! See you on Monday!
~ Mrs Robertson
Welcome back Year 5
We look forward to meeting many of you that are returning on Monday morning, it has been far too long!
For any Year 6 who would love to do some maths I have included them below as well! 🙂
Not long now!
We will be welcoming back some of the Year 5’s the week beginning the 13th July, so it won’t be long until some of you spend some time in school!
Please find the White Rose maths below:
We look forward to seeing you!
As most of you should know now, many of you will be returning before the summer break, something we are really looking forward to!
Hi Year 5s!
I hope you are doing well and keeping yourselves happy!
Please find the Year 5 White Rose Maths activities below, download and check your answers. Don’t forget to comment on here and/or share your work on the Purple Mash Blog! Don’t forget to use the Oak Academy Website for other work you can be getting on with while at home!
We hope that this blog finds you all well and happy.
Please find below the links to this week’s White Rose Maths tasks, as well as a little update on what we have been doing at school.
This week, Year 6 learnt about tessellation and the artist M.C Escher. The children created their own tessellation designs on brick-wall design paper and then transferred their designs on to the wall on the playground using chalks. However, they discovered that the bricks in the playground wall were not equally sized – so this posed an extra challenge!
We thought that you might like to have a go at creating your own tessellation designs at home (perhaps you could find a wall to brighten up too!). Here are some links to help you:
White Rose Maths – Summer Term Week 8