Year 6 - Blog 2


Year 6 have been hard at work in the run up to Christmas!

Much of our learning has been linked to the Stone Age. After being introduced to the topic by Marcia Williams, we continued learning about how life has changed since then. In DT, we made shelters…we are very grateful that we live in houses made of brick now!

Literacy had the whole school spellbound as we sought to find the thief who stole the St Andrew’s Christmas tree star…even our very own Year 6 teacher, Mis Stott came under suspicion! She was interviewed by both class as she protested her innocence. As it happens, poor Mrs Rolfe was guilty only of trying to help make it sparkle more!

Towards the end of term, Mr Manning and Mr Nicholls brought up ‘Christ-MATHS’. We continued with our usual Maths lessons, but with a Christmas spin as we focused on coordinates, translation and reflection.

Mrs Gerrish showed off her creative flair as she masterminded a Christmas card design we hope you will all enjoy. Mrs Ross enjoyed getting the glitter out!

We hope you have a lovely, restful Christmas and look forward to seeing you in the new year. Please enjoy our singing as we bring you a twist on ‘We Three Kings’ on the website!


Posted by Holly Revill on 3 January 2021

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