Miss Hall Rates Reading

Hi guys!

Over the next couple of weeks I’m going to be introducing you to a few books that I really liked reading when I was a child. I’ll tell you a bit about the book, why I liked it and why you should read it and then I’ll read you a section.

Let me know any feedback that you have 🙂

You can access free stories here for as long as the schools are closed:

https://stories.audible.com/start-listen

Miss H

Miss Hall Rates Reading

Hi guys!

Over the next couple of weeks I’m going to be introducing you to a few books that I really liked reading when I was a child. I’ll tell you a bit about the book, why I liked it and why you should read it and then I’ll read you a section.

Let me know any feedback that you have 🙂

Miss H

Home Learning 06.03.2020

Hello all,

We’ve had a very busy week here in Year 6 – looking forward to lots more activities and special events over the next few weeks including:

Science Week next week including a STEM visit from a structural engineer.

KS2 French Film Night – 17th March (17:00 – 18:30)

Year 6 Yoga – 23rd March

Doctor’s career visit – 24th March

Parents’ Evenings – 25 & 26th March

Home Learning for this week is pages:

SPaG – page 56 (Punctuating Speech) and WAND spelling assignment.

Maths – pages 38-39 (Unequal Sharing)

Just a reminder about our ACE week incentive. If children complete their homework, Lexia and TT Rockstars minutes they have achieved an ACE week. Collect enough weeks and you will go on the Forbidden Corner trip for free!

 

 

 

 

 

Harry Potter Night

What a magical night it was!

Hogwarts welcomed many young witches and wizards to the castle last night to participate in the Triwizard Tournament. Instead of the traditional 4 houses children were sorted into the four contestants: Cedric, Victor, Fleur and Harry.

The children took part in 4 challenges: retrieving golden eggs from the terrifying reading dragon; concocting gillyweed bath-bombs to test out in their own home lakes; a quest through the maze for the Triwizard cup and time spent in the castle aviary with the owls.

Amongst allegations of magical trickery with the housepoints… team Viktor were crowned the winners of the Tournament!

Only 365 days until the next one…!!

A big thank you to our governor Mr Sherbourne for the fantastic photographs 🙂

Harry Potter Night

What a magical night it was!

Hogwarts welcomed many young witches and wizards to the castle last night to participate in the Triwizard Tournament. Instead of the traditional 4 houses children were sorted into the four contestants: Cedric, Victor, Fleur and Harry.

The children took part in 4 challenges: retrieving golden eggs from the terrifying reading dragon; concocting gillyweed bath-bombs to test out in their own home lakes; a quest through the maze for the Triwizard cup and time spent in the castle aviary with the owls.

Amongst allegations of magical trickery with the housepoints… team Viktor were crowned the winners of the Tournament!

Only 365 days until the next one…!!

 

Harry Potter Night

What a magical night it was!

Hogwarts welcomed many young witches and wizards to the castle last night to participate in the Triwizard Tournament. Instead of the traditional 4 houses children were sorted into the four contestants: Cedric, Victor, Fleur and Harry.

The children took part in 4 challenges: retrieving golden eggs from the terrifying reading dragon; concocting gillyweed bath-bombs to test out in their own home lakes; a quest through the maze for the Triwizard cup and time spent in the castle aviary with the owls.

Amongst allegations of magical trickery with the housepoints… team Viktor were crowned the winners of the Tournament!

Only 365 days until the next one…!!

 

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.