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Year 6 Production at the Christopher Lee Theatre

Harvesting and tasting



After a busy Sports Day morning, we harvested our potatoes that we planted earlier in the Spring Term. We tried them with some homemade butter and some herbs that Mrs Joyce had very kindly brought in for us (rosemary, thyme and some chives). Also, Mrs Wilson made some mocktails with the class using redcurrants from her garden, juices and some mint from the herb garden outside of Ms Sparrowhawk's office!

Sports Day

Police Dog Visit

Healthy Minds Week

End of SATS week celebrations and new hoodies!

Coronation Lunch

Happy Easter!

Shrove Tuesday and quick science - irreversible changes

Electronic games and KS2 testers!

Super Scientists - Electricity


This term our science topic has been electricity.  Building on our knowledge from Year 4, we have made our own dimmer switch and learned how to draw circuits using symbols for electrical components.  We will also apply our science to make an electronic to follow!

Advent activities and Christingle

Hot chocolate for being such good tour guides!

Welcome to the Year 6 class page.  On here you will find some key information as well as learning pictures and class updates!

Science - The Circulatory System

We created a 'blood' smoothie using ingredients that represented different components within our blood!

Thank you all for the great summer Viking home learning.  For those parents who did not manage to make the book look, all our Viking models, posters and figures are up around our classroom.

A first...a delicious longship cake!



What an exciting trip to experience! 

The children thoroughly enjoyed Ufton Court and participated in lots of fun Tudor activities. Not only did they get to learn how to start a fire and make Tudor clothes and houses, but they also got to dress up and eat like Tudors at the Tudor banquet. The children also loved exploring the house and learnt all about the history of the building, participating in a raid just like how it was in the Tudor times. 

Below are some photos we captured on the school trip and a video coming soon, so keep your eyes peeled. 



Welcome back and a Happy New Year!

I hope you all managed to have a restful, exciting festive break while keeping safe. Thank you very much for all the gifts you gave us at the end of last term – they were very much appreciated.


I have very much enjoyed my first term in Year 5 and the children have worked so hard. I am very excited to welcome back everyone and begin Spring term. This term, our book focus will be on Kensuke’s Kingdom, which I am thrilled to share with the class. It is one of my favourite books to dive deep into with lots of fun activities to correspond. In geography, we will be focusing on volcanoes and learning all about the features and impact it has on the world. Although I am sad to see the end of our space topic, I think our volcanoes topic will be another exciting topic for the children.

I am also very excited to say that weekly recorder lessons will be happening with a music teacher every week throughout the school year.




In the build up to Christmas, we have been very busy making lots of different crafts! We've created Christmas cards for the less fortunate, decorated some wooden tree decorations and also got to customise our own Christmas cookies! We've had so much fun and are all excited for the Christmas holiday. Wishing everyone a safe and festive holiday.


We had a wonderful day participating in some fantastic space activities. We got to do lots of outdoor learning which included building constellations out of sticks, learning about our solar system using inflatable planets and the best part was we got to dress up for the whole day. We had a blast!



We've had a wonderful week designing and creating our very own pizzas from scratch. We made our own packaging and branding before making our own dough and sauce, covering our pizza in a choice of toppings and then cooking to perfection! The reviews from home were very positive and the children were extremely proud of what they had created.



We have been very lucky to attend 10 swimming lessons during the summer term. The children learned lots of new swimming techniques as well as some very important survival skills which you can see in the picture below! The swimming instructors said that we were one of the most dedicated and hard working classes they had ever had.

Sports Day

The children had a brilliant afternoon in the sunshine, competing in various activities. Our favourite was definitely the bouncy hopper race!

Rainforest weather forecasts!

As part of our rainforest topic, the children used iPads to independently create their own weather

forecasts for different rainforests around the world. They each took turns to film and be in front of camera, as well as add special features and effects to their creations.

Police visit

As part of our Law and Order topic, we were very lucky to have the police visit us! We got to meet their very clever sniffer dogs, check out their riot gear and have a look at the van!

The digestive system!

To help us learn more about the way we digest food, we re-enacted the process in class. We mashed up banana and bread which, after a lot of treatment, passed through our intestines and out the other end! Gross...but fascinating.

Sponsored 100

In honour of Captain Sir Tom Moore, Year 4 completed 100 laps of the playground each in just 4 days. We had some very tired legs by the end of the challenge but were very happy to complete the final lap altogether. Swipe for a surprise!

Spoon Ride

As part of Healthy Mind's Week, the whole school created Spoon Ride - an entire school of Spoon characters! We used lots of different materials including pipe cleaners to bring our creations to life. See if you can spot Mario, Luigi and a zombie! We also created bird feeders out of toilet rolls, lard and seeds.

Crazy Hair day!

To celebrate the end of home school learning, the children showed off their wackiest hair styles which featured lots of bright colours and brilliant ideas. We had some excellent mohawks, braids, a Coca-Cola bottle and even a bow and arrow! Here are just some of their brilliant efforts.

Christmas 2020!

We've had a fabulous last few weeks of term featuring all things Christmas. We made props for our Christmas video, created models with origami, decorated the classroom, iced gingerbread biscuits and coloured our own tree decorations! Merry Christmas to all. 

Egyptian Day!

We topped off our Ancient Egyptian topic with a day full of activities. We created Egyptian jewellery, hunted for hieroglyphics around the school, made our own papyrus and even mummified some fruit! The children looked brilliant in their outfits which featured several Tutankhamun's, a number of Cleopatra's and even an Anubis.


This term, we studied our wonderful capital city. We studied maps, learned about some of the amazing monuments, created leaflets and posters and even discovered the wonders of the Windrush Generation and the Notting Hill carnival.

Learning from Home

Calculation Methods

Below are images to show our current written methods for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. In year 3, the written calculation focus is on adding and subtracting numbers with up to 3 digits and multiplying and dividing 2 digit numbers by 1 digit numbers. Just click on an image to enlarge it. There is also a link below to a page of the school website which has videos of students explaining some methods as they do them. There are currently no videos of Year 3's calculation methods for multiplication and division... yet! But, I hope you find these images we have in the class useful. Happy calculating!


Plugging Pipelines

Today, as part of Science Week, we talked about STEM careers and how science can be used in many ways. Then, we became water engineers for the day and asked the question: how can we transport water across a distance without spilling it?

To answer this, we created a pipeline to transfer water from one cup to another without spilling it. We used straws for the pipes and had to secure the joins using masking tape to prevent leaks. We had to use gravity to help the water move.

We learnt that liquids such as water and oil can be transported through pipelines in large quanities, as can gases. Sometime this comes with risks, such as leaks. Environmental scientists assess the impact of pipelines on the environment, in their construction and operation.


It was SO much fun to see how much water would reach the second cup. We can't wait to try more STEM activities.


Did you know that The Romans were amazing architects and engineers?


Have a lovely weekend,


Miss Currie