Our Assembly

P6a were simple wonderful today! They delivered an informative and interactive assembly to teach their families all about the Victorian Era and Transport. There was even a quiz at the end!

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Sumdog Tables Challenge – Week 2

This weekâ€™s winner with the highest number of correctly answered questions in Annie! Our winner for highest percentage correct is Alexander B! Well done both of you!

The official Sumdog Challenge begins next Friday and runs until the 9th of January. Good luck!

Tables Challenge

Well done, Arnav! You achieved the highest percentage accuracy score this week!

Congratulations Emma! You answered the highest number of calculations correctly this week!

We are in P6!

Over the last two weeks we have been looking at the All About Me topic in a different way. We decided to learn about ourselves and each other in maths. We measured our height, our stride, our head circumference and our arm span. When Mrs Horne said we were going to put our results into graphs Shravan asked if we could do a graph looking at height and age. We made a scatter plot to see if there was a trend. We thought height might increase with age but there was no link between the two. We also mader a graph using excel.

In art we looked in more detail at our shoes creating line drawings with pencils. We used shading to show the shape of the shoe and if it was darker in some bits.

I enjoyed P.E. outside this week. I learned about dribbling and demonstrated the skills we were learning. I also enjoyed science. We have been making electric circuits and will be looking more into how they work soon!

I enjoyed writing. It was part of All About Me. I wrote about my personality and my strongest subjects and the ones I need more help in.

Samantha and Alexander E

Well done to Alexander and Anna who both received a Head Teacher’s Award this morning at assembly.

Alexander has been focussing on using paragraphs within his writing and checking over his work to ensure that it makes sense. With this in mind, he wrote an amazing conclusion to ‘Stranded in the Jungle’ last Thursday.

Anna has worked hard at converting improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa. She is confident in doing this now.