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Year 6 AW

Welcome to class 6AW!

 

In Year 6, we cover a broad curriculum allowing the children to explore many books, think mathematically, write creatively and most of all… enjoy their learning. Have a look at some of the amazing things we have been doing in Year 6 so far...

6AW 2023-2024

RED NOSE DAY 

Do something funny for money…

 

On Red Nose Day, we wore non-uniform in order to raise money for Comic Relief.

We created posters and completed activities based on Red Nose Day. Take a look at some of our funny pictures… 

World Book Day 

On World Book Day, we created book reviews based on our favourite ever books! We even wore our lounge wear / pyjamas and brought in our own books to read. 

Christmas Week

During Christmas week, we enjoyed a movie afternoon with hot chocolate and biscuits, made cards and colanders, sang in a carol service and even played some Christmas games. 
We hope everybody has a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year๐ŸŽ„๐ŸŽ…๐ŸŽ

Christmas Jumper Day 

Take a look at our wonderful Christmas jumpers… we also enjoyed a delicious Christmas Lunch. 

Sugar Investigation 

As part of our Science topic we have been investigating the sugar content in different drinks. We made our predictions before weighing the sugar content in our chosen drinks. It goes without saying that we were rather shocked by some of the results!

RAF Stem Workshop

 

We had a fabulous afternoon with Sarah who delivered a LEGO Education SPIKE Essential session. Firstly we had to work in teams to build the tallest tower and then we explored space and created our own Moon Buggy. We had a chance to use coding in order to get our Buggy moving, so we could complete a buggy race at the end of the day. 

Blood in Our Body 

 

In Science, we looked at the cells and nutrients in our blood by making a real life sample. We used yellow water to represent the plasma, cheerios and red food colouring to represent our red blood cells, white marshmallows to represent white blood cells and raisins to represent platelets. We looked at the function of each cell and discussed how blood is essential for good health. 

RAP Event

 

We had a wonderful trip to the fire station today to take part in the RAP event (Reducing Accidents at Play). We had the opportunity to visit different stations where we looked at many safety aspects we face everyday. 
 

A big thank you to Nexus, Road Safety, Tyne and Wear Fire Service, Active Travel, Northern Power and the RNLI. It was a fantastic day! 

Easter Fun! 

We had so much fun creating Easter baskets and designing our very own Easter competition. Take a look at our amazing work… 

Make Someone Laugh.

To celebrate Red Nose Day 2023 we, as a class, voted on the three best jokes and performed them in the Sea View Comedy Club. Sit back and enjoy the show...

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Valentine’s Day Maths 

We had to work together with our partner to solve 14 multi-step word problems. After we solved each word problem, we were given you a letter. After solving all 14 word problems, our challenge was to use all of the letters to spell out a well-known love song…

 

LOVE IS IN THE AIR 

The Boy at the Back of the Class 

We have really enjoyed reading ‘The Boy at the Back of the Class’ this term. 

Christmas Week

During Christmas week, we dressed in our jumpers, enjoyed a movie afternoon with hot chocolate and biscuits, made cards, sang in a carol service and even played some Christmas games. 
We hope everybody has a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year๐ŸŽ„๐ŸŽ…๐ŸŽ

Blood in Our Body 

In Science, we looked at the cells and nutrients in our blood by making a real life sample. We used yellow water to represent the plasma, cheerios and red food colouring to represent our red blood cells, white marshmallows to represent white blood cells and raisins to represent platelets. We looked at the function of each cell and discussed how blood is essential for good health. 

Halloween 

For Halloween, we dressed up in our best outfits, carved pumpkins and created some brilliant Halloween crafts. Take a look at our fun-filled day… 

RAP Event

We had a wonderful trip to the fire station today to take part in the RAP event (Reducing Accidents at Play). We had the opportunity to visit different stations where we looked at many safety aspects we face everyday. 
 

A big thank you to Nexus, Road Safety, Tyne and Wear Fire Service, Northern Power and the RNLI. It was a fantastic day! 

Hello Yellow 2021

 

During Hello Yellow Day, Year 6 had a wonderful time singing ‘Happy’ by Pharrell Williams. We then discussed mental health and created portraits in the style of Andy Warhol based on our emotions, we expressed our emotions through the use of colour. Have a look at some of our work…

Team Building

We were lucky to have two teachers from Harton Academy in to carry out some team building exercises. We all worked well as a team and had so much fun! 

Jubilee Week

What an exciting week celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee๐Ÿ‘‘ 
We have had the opportunity to explore the Queen’s life, write letters to our Majesty, study the 60s, attend our very own Beatles concert and enjoy a Jubilee afternoon tea party in school. 

 

Take a look at some of our fun activities…