Miss Huntington and Mr Parker would like to welcome you to our Year 6 class page. We both look forward in sharing our learning experiences throughout the year. Happy browsing!
Since arriving back for our final summer term at SLH Primary School, we have been busily preparing for our impending SAT tests which take place on the week beginning Monday 8th May. We are looking forward to our residential trip to Brancaster and a summer production this term too. We continue to look forward in sharing our learning and experiences with you for the rest of the year.
Welcome back to our second half of the spring term. With SAT tests around 12 weeks away we'll be gearing up for these important assessments throughout the half term. Our topic will continue to focus on aspects of World War 2 which will also include some cross curricular writing around this topic. We continue to look forward in sharing what we've been learning each week.
Welcome back to our spring term in Year 6! We hope that you all had a fun Christmas break and are all ready to learn something new and prepare for the impending SATs tests in May 2017. This term we'll be focusing on World War 2 as our main topic and for this half term we will learn about light and shadows in science lessons. Don't forget to check back here regularly to see what we've been up to in our lessons!
Welcome back everyone! This half term we will be starting our new topic focus: Frozen Kingdom. We're really looking forward to find out about the Arctic Circle and Antarctica. We know that we will be learning more about icebergs and the kind of animals that live there. Also, we will learn about the infamous Titanic and what happened on that fateful night many years ago...
Year 6 have begun the autumn term by learning about the circulatory system. They have so far learned that de-oxygenated blood passes through the heart and is pumped up to the lungs to collect oxygen which is then transferred into the blood steam to oxygenate the blood. This new oxygenated blood goes back through the heart and is pumped around the rest of the body.