P6M House Week
P6 are continuing to work really hard from home.
We have been busy learning about 3Dshapes, budgeting, keeping fit and we have even been making homemade lemonade, smoothies, cookies and chocolate brownies!
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We are so proud of each and every one of you!
The start of 2021 unfortunately looks very different to our ‘normal’ school day. Remote learning has returned and it’s great to have so many of you engaging.
Our new topic is Fairtrade and the children have enjoyed researching some topic words to help them understand a bit more about it. They also watched a video on a banana farmer called Foncho and then completed some diary extracts. You can listen to some of these below.
Mrs Mahood and Mrs Blair hope the children are enjoying working at home. Please do contact us if there are any queries and try to get the children up and running with SEESAW CLASS app if you can. This means they can upload their work for marking and approval themselves to ease the pressure at home.
We hope you’re all well. Keep working hard at home.
In December both P6 classes made gifts to spread some festive cheer in the local community. The children had great fun making their gifts in the lead up to Christmas.
We also had ‘Christmas Jumper Day’ to continue in the festive spirit.
In P6 we have been really busy and having lots of fun. Our STEM challenge involved using resources to create a Viking longboat. We all worked really well as a team.
P6 have been working hard on problem solving and Using the Bar Modelling strategy as part of our Barvember Month of tricky problems. This strategy helps us to break the problems down into logical steps.
September and October