6J Mrs Bollington
Listen to stories every day read by David Walliams
Monday 23rd March
Today I will be doing one of code with the children in school, why don’t you join in at home. Watch the tutorial and then make your own Flappy Game
The children in Unit 4 are working hard and are completing some excellent work in all areas of the curriculum. As well as working hard in the classroom, the children are looking forward to Saint Patrick’s Day, visiting London and Water Park and many other opportunities and experiences too.
In English, the children are focusing on persuasion when writing letters including work on determiners, noun phrases and emotive language. In other aspects of the curriculum, the children will be writing a character description too. In their reading sessions, the children will be reading a range of high quality texts such as Liar and Spy by Rebecca Stead and Wolf Brother by Michelle Paver.
During the term the children will be learning about:
Roman Numerals and time
Measurement and volume
Addition and Subtraction, including Statistics
During all maths teaching, there will be an emphasis on number fluency, reasoning and problems solving.
This term, we are learning about the Anglo Saxons. We will be learning about who the Anglo Saxons were, their laws and punishments and about their culture. At the end of the topic, the pupils will demonstrate what they have learned however they wish!
Children in 6J have enjoyed their second visit to the library and enjoyed a comfortable reading session while we were at Smallbridge library.
As part of peace day last year we planted a heart in memory of our good friend Marianne, we are looking forward to seeing the beautiful colours when these flowers bloom.