Year 6 investigated separating solids, creating their own sieves and collaborating in their groups.
To start our book ‘The Explorer’ Year 6 were left stranded and had to take part in a variety of survival situations, collaborating to succeed.
Year 6 have took part in a range of mental health activities, looking at managing stress, strategies for feeling better and how to control emotions. Much of this was done through physical activities including yoga.
Year 6 created purple Poppies as part of their ‘Remembrance Day’ work. To paint their Poppies they used painting skills and colour knowledge that they had learnt last half term. These Poppies will be added to our school display.
Year 6 hosted a ‘Granny and Granddad Day’ to celebrate the end of our book. We played games and reflected on what we had enjoyed about the story. It was a great day and lovely to see some very interesting Grannies and Granddads!
As part of the Doncaster Stories project, we have been busy nominating our favourite books for 100 Reads. We’re looking forward to seeing the published list once the votes are counted.
For their ‘Landing Point’, Year 6 hosted an afternoon tea, having prepared it all from scratch, for elderly members of their family and of the local community (people from Greeley Road Community Centre). We also shared our work from the half term, sang some songs Read more…
Year 6 have been learning about the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo. Find out more about Frida in the Year 6 biographies. Below are some snippets of their work Frida Kahlo- Her biography Frida Kahlo is a world- famous artist known for her use of Read more…
How many of the 50 recommended reads have you read? Year 5 book list Year 6 book list