We worked in groups to create human models to show how light enables us to see.
In Science this term, we used our understanding of reflection to create periscopes. We used our periscopes to help us explain how is allows us to see objects that we would not usually be able to see.
On Thursday 28th September Year 6 went to the John Radclitffe Hospital to take part in the Injury Minimization Programme for Schools (I.M.P.S.). The children took part in role play exercises; learn resuscitation techniques and how to keep ourselves safe. … Continued
Year 6 held a coffee morning to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. The children were very excited about this event and did a fantastic job, well done Year 6. Thank you to everyone who attended, made cakes and donated … Continued
Last Thursday Year 6 investigated a terrible crime that had happened right outside of our classroom: a suspected dog-napping had taken place! Stevie was very upset and we found out that we had four suspects: Stevie herself, Mrs Carnell, Mrs … Continued
Year 6 are taking part in the #30DaysWild challenge. On Tuesday we were lucky enough to be visited by former pupil Alex White, who writes his own nature blog, at a special for today’s challenge I gave the class some … Continued
Today, in our maths lesson, we consolidated our knowledge of co-ordinates in all four quadrants by playing these online games: https://uk.ixl.com/math/year-6/objects-on-a-coordinate-plane-all-four-quadrants http://www.flashymaths.co.uk/swf/alien.swf http://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?b=maths/grids http://www2.smarttutor.com/player/swf/Geometry_Coordinate_L5_V1_t3a.swf
This week the children at Appleton C of E Primary School were stunned by the sudden appearance of evidence pointing to a dragon living on the back field. Children were greeted on Monday morning by scorch and claw marks as … Continued