Welcome to 6AW!
Have a look at some of the amazing things we have been doing in Year 6 so far...
A selection of our amazing work from Science Week.
We created some amazing art work during Science Week, showing how plastic is harming the oceans sea life.
6AW were very lucky to have a visitor to discuss the issue of plastic in the ocean. We had the opportunity to use the VR headsets to observe what is in the Ocean. We then looked closely at what a Shark might eat- we were very surprised by what was inside of the Shark’s stomach
During Science week, the topic was Plastic Oceans. Year 6 completed the Great Sea View Science Trail and found many interesting facts about plastic in the ocean.
On World Book Day, 6AW created Wanted posters based on the book ‘Tuesday’ by David Wiesner.
World Book Day! We had some amazing costumes🦸🏻♂️👩🎤🕵️♀️
6AW had a brilliant time at Beamish. We visited Pockerley Way, a 1900's Pit Village and the 1900's Town. The children loved experiencing what it was like down the mine, visiting the Victorian school and of course, going to the sweet shop!
Year 6 had a fun time experimenting with circuits in science. One group even created a circuit with Rudolph in!
6AW experiencing what life was like as a Victorian child in school. The children participated so well and stayed in character all day. I'm sure they would love to be in a Victorian school everyday!
It's Halloween and we all enjoyed an afternoon of Halloween crafts. We created pumpkins, ghosts, spiders and witches hats.
We have been learning about safety at the RAP event.
Thomas demonstrating the Muslim Prayer during RE.