6M

Welcome to 6M.

The Class Teacher is Mrs Morris and the Teaching Assistant is Mrs Bell.

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After a busy and fun autumn term the pupils have returned with a brilliant working attitude and are looking forward to grabbing every opportunity provided.Mrs Bell and Mrs Morris are impressed with the enthusiasm and eagerness with which the children have tackled their work.

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Reading and creativity

For Year 6's reading morning, they took on the challenge to design a game linked to a book of their choice. They certainly had some interesting ideas. I wonder who will get to play them?

reading morning

reading morning

Statistics and Humanties

As part of the children's mathematical lessons, they have been learning how to collate information and then analyse it to answer questions. The children selected between a pie chart and line graph to present their findings.

'That was so interesting. I didn't realise that newspapers had so many small words in. That's why people can read them easily,' shared Sophie

.pie chart pie chart

pie chart pie chart

Sports Day Fun

Wow - what a class of super stars we have. The children all showed great competitiveness skills, aswell as resilience when the race didn't quite go the way they had hoped. It was brilliant seeing the children give it their all and get to the end of it every time.  I am very proud.

Rounders Champions

After great PE lessons with Mr Melson, we used our well developed batting and throwing skills in a tournament against other lcoal schools. We worked well as team: we supported and motivated one another. As a result of this, we managed to beat Wyberton in the semi-final and Hawthorn Tree in the final. A great way to end the week!

rounders

rounders rounders rounders

Reading for pleasure

To highlight how reading can be done anywhere, Year 6 decided to visit the Reflective Garden.With their books in their hands and a excitable attitude, it wasn't long before their noses were well and truly engrossed in the story. The chuldren decided that outside was a calming and pleasant place to enjoy their books.

readign in the garden readign in the garden

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