Welcome to year 6.
We are a class of 16 children. Our teacher is Miss Johnston and our teaching assistant is Mrs Stamper.
- P.E is on Mondays (swimming) and Wednesdays. Please can all children have their P.E kits in school from Monday to Friday.
- Homework is sent home every Friday and needs to be returned the following Wednesday.
- We encourage the children to read every night at home and every child that reads five times a week for the full half term will achieve Strive for Five.
- Snack money will be £1 per week and should be handed in to the class teacher every Monday.
You will find lots of important information about our class on this page. You can also keep up to date with your child's learning at https://earwigacademic.com/
The children had a fantastic day at Beamish Museum. They explored the 1900's village, went down into the mines, had fun on the old-fashioned fair and took part in a Victorian style lesson. The children planned a recount throughout the day.
The children wrote a letter in the role of Jim Jarvis, who is the main character from our topic book 'Street Child', to his sisters discussing events that have happened in the story. Below is an example of one of our children's fabulous work.
Fantastic Mr Fox debate.
Last week, the children celebrated Roald Dahl day. We looked at the Fantastic Mr Fox debate and came up with ideas to support our argument. The children discussed two phrases, 'stealing is never justifiable' and 'eating any living thing is morally wrong.' They worked in small groups, thinking of arguments both for and against. At the end of the session, the children enjoyed sharing their ideas and debating with each other.
As part of our Mayan topic, the year 6 children designed their own traditional Mayan mask. They followed their designs to create a 3D mask using mosaics.