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Welcome to class 6SK at Allerton CE Primary School in Leeds. Here, under the careful guidance of Mr Kay, you will have the opportunity to blog to the Big Wide World.

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Friday 14th February, 2020

Half Term Home Learning:


You have been challenged to complete questions on measurement on Sumdog, you will earn 250 coins for your area upon completion, good luck!

Maths Book: Volume of Cubes and Cuboids (page 53)

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling: Synonyms and Antonyms (page 8-10) & Pronouns (page 11).


Remember here that it’s 11/15 OF 150 ones!

More than one way to complete this question… Some people prefer to convert to an improper fraction first!

Mr Kay & Miss Hall

Anne Frank Exhibition

Wow, you knew your stuff today!

The Year 9 Allerton High students put on an excellent presentation for us, covering topics such as the Holocaust and Kinder Transport.

Both classes made us all very proud, showcasing knowledge that blew the students away! Well done everyone.

Reflectiveness Year 6

In Year 6, our two learning behaviours (within Reflectiveness) that we have been focusing on are:

Revising & Meta-Cognition

Within Y6 we are constantly reflective in our practice and seek to re-visit our work and improve this. We endeavour to learn from our mistakes and try not to repeat these in future situations.

We constantly re-visit and revise our written work and use green pens to indicate this in our books.

Within 6KH’s work in the art studio we used layered printing which enabled children to mark-make and revisit this to enhance and improve with a further layer.

Of interest to any ACE boys?

Do you know a boy in year 6 (or in year 5 born before end 2009) with a sense of adventure, who loves making new friends?

Founded over 60 years ago, CISV is a Non-Profit-Organization for international and intercultural youth exchange, and it is not religious or political. Its aim is to educate and inspire action for a more just and peaceful world. The Leeds branch is based in Roundhay, and children from this area (including many whose parents are in this group) have been taking part in international residential camps for decades.

We offer six educational programmes that begin with our Village, a camp for 10-11 year olds. The experience is amazing fun for the children as well as boosting confidence and establishing life-long global friendships.

We have filled most of our Village places for 2020 but still have room for 3 boys to attend our camps this summer in Italy and Norway. Please check out the website (cisv.org) and this short film, and respond below if you would like to find out more.


What are you thankful for?

We all have a joke about what we are thankful for sometimes like games, TV or even our beds! But what are you really REALLY thankful for?

Comment the top 3 things that you are thankful for, giving reasons for your answers.

Remember to use correct punctuation.

Can’t wait to read them,

Mr Kay