On Friday 18th March, year 6 had the very important task of making and selling cakes to the school to raise money for Sport Relief. These cakes were sold to every year group and were scrumptious! A big thank you to Mrs Lewin, Mrs Meadows and Mrs Milway for getting this all prepared! […]
There is a (very) competitive school wide competition – to build the tallest tower that will hold a tennis ball! Family members of 6J and 6OZ came into school to help build the highest tower possible- out of only 50 straws and masking tape! Teamwork The children and adults (particularly the adults) became very competitive! […]
On Monday 14th March, we left the classroom to explore Hazard Alley- an exciting interactive safety centre in Milton Keynes which allowed us to experience hazardous scenarios. Each different section of the village had several accidents waiting to happen and we had to use the knowledge we had gained to overcome each problem safely. First […]
In Science this week we have been looking at electrical conductors and insulators within series and parallel circuits. We predicted outcomes, tested a range of components and then compared and concluded our findings. “I enjoyed using different objects within the circuit to see which things allowed electricity to pass through” – Issatu 6OZ The classes […]
In gymnastics this week, the children have been practising a range of balances using their partners for stability. Here are some examples of their creative ideas!
Following our work on the novel “The Boy in the Dress” by David Walliams, Year 6 have researched and designed their own outfits. This was a cross curricular English topic with a DT focus. Using only a specific range of materials, the groups then produced a finished product from their own designs. Finally their amazing […]