Welcome to Year 6’s Blog Page
Our Class Teacher: Mr D Stanier and
Mr R McConomy teaches us twice a week
Class Support: Mrs R Smith (HLTA/SEMH Support) and Mrs Pilkington
Wednesday 4th September
We kicked started the new academic year with a practical maths lesson. The pupils had a carousel of activities to tackle. Each station tested their number and place value skills alongside reasoning and problem solving challenges.
Wednesday 25th September
We were fortunate enough to be treated to a performance of Oliver Twist this afternoon. The whole school was captivated by the singing and acting. Year 6 were able to have their own private workshop afterwards where they discovered what it is like to to be a performer and how to use the sound and lighting to enhance the scene. Fun was had by all.
Today we finished off our first project by cooking a range of rationed dishes from WW2. The pupils have been discovering all about why food was rationed in 1939, who invented rationing along with who created the rationed recipes. After everyone sampled each of the four dishes they were more than grateful of what they have in the present as not many thought they could survive eating such meals.