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Year 6 - St. Martin


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Leavers assembly

Year 6 boys football. Even though they lost they showed great teamwork, sportsmanship and positivity throughout the games.

Final step up scholars session. We had a fantastic session today recapping all we have discussed about starting secondary school and skills we have learnt to help us settle in quickly. We were lucky enough to be given books on being a brilliant teenager to end the session.

Step up scholars. Today we looked at comprehension and how to address situations when we don’t understand things at secondary school. We made posters with top tips and looked at how to deal with different scenarios.

School Journey- final morning. We slept well and had a great final activity morning. We did Jacob’s ladder and team games and showed great support and encouragement of eachother. Miss king and mrs Douglass were very proud of all of the children this week. The children behaved very well and tried so hard on every activity this week. Well done Year 6.

School Journey-Day 4. We have had a great day full of activities today including the leap of faith where we all tested our fears and determination, bushcraft-cordage where we made bracelets, environmental art and archery. For our evening activity we made bottle rockets and then launched them to see how high they could go. Well done to Jhin and Janelle who were our stars of the day.

School Journey-Day 3. Another busy day doing lots of fun activities. We did orienteering, bushcraft tools, aeroball, abseiling and climbing where even Miss King had a go. Our evening activity was scrapheap challenge. Lots more pictures to share but here is a selection. We can’t wait to tell you all about it when we are back at school. Well done to Jesus and David for getting stars of the day!

School Journey-Day 2. Well done Victory and Ruth for getting stars of the day. Some of us had a super early start today before taking part in 3G swing, blind trail, obstacle challenge, abseiling and climbing. We ended the evening with a campfire. Lots of us today have pushed ourselves and tried to overcome our fears. We have shown great support to each other and good teamwork. Everyone was very tired by the end of the day so fingers crossed a long nights sleep. There are so many pictures we have taken, here are just a selection until we are back to show you.

School Journey- Day 1. We arrived safely and have had a hot and busy afternoon. Our first activity was problem solving and then this evening we took part in mini olympics. We have behaved well and worked as a team. Well done to the first stars of the day Daniel K and Ahrienne. Hopefully everyone will sleep well ready for a packed day tomorrow.

Step up scholars- Today we had our second session with Kings College. We looked at setting objectives for ourselves in Year 7, strategies we would use to achieve them and why setting goals was important. Well done to Stephen for getting scholar of the day.

Some lovely half term projects based on the Jungle book.

Step Up Scholars- In Year 6 we are taking part in a workshop for five weeks run by Kings College London. In the first session the children looked at preparing themselves for Secondary School and reading timetables. There were prizes for the most organised and prepared.

Art/DT- As part of our work on WW2, we made air raid shelters in art. We looked at the features of shelters in WW2 and planned in groups how we would create our own. We also used our knowledge of circuits in Science to create buzzers to represent the air raid sirens.

Ukulele- Year 6 have begun ukulele lessons- they had great fun and worked hard in their first lesson. This will continue for ten weeks.

Challenge PE session- challenge and problem solving games run by London School & PE network.

Maya Masks-DT. We planned, designed and created masks based on the Maya. We discussed what our masks would have been used for in the Maya times.

4.03.21-World Book Day activities at school and home.

wc 1.03.21- Some lovely work across the curriculum this week from Year 6, with some clear presentations on Peace in RE.

wc 22.02.21- Home learning examples. It is wonderful to see so much work being produced each day in Year 6. It has been lovely to see so many of you taking part in our zoom lesson each day too.

12.02.21- Express yourself day! We have had a lovely day enjoying fun activities all about us and what makes us unique. Great to see lots of year 6 on zoom too. Thank you for all your efforts at home that have been sent in. We are lucky to have such wonderful personalities and characters in St Martin’s.

Handwriter of the week.

wc 8.02.21- Thank you Year 6 for your hard work this half term and trying your best. Some examples of work this week. There is a clear message about Unity from our RE work.

Handwriter of the week

wc 1/02/21- Home learning efforts this week. I continue to be so impressed withe some work that is being produced at home in Year 6.

Handwriter of the week.

wc 25.1.21- Year 6 efforts at home this week.. Well done again for another hard working week!

Handwriter of the week

wc 18.01.21- Another hard working week of home learning in Year 6. Well done everyone.

Handwriter of the week!

wc.11.01.21- Some more lovely examples of work completed from home this week. Keep up the good work Year 6.

Investigating fossils in Science at school and researching fossils at home.

wc 4.01.21-This was not the start back to school we thought we would have this year but we have been working hard both at school and home. Some fantastic examples of work sent in this week Year 6. Well done!

Some great pictures, photos and explanations of year 6's favourite places to read.

Yoga & Meditation ran by the London School & PE network. Year 6 are taking part in a three week Yoga programme. The children said they felt relaxed and calm at the end of the session.

Anti-Bullying week. United Against Bullying. We created our own slogans and posters for Anti-bullying week.

Some fantastic projects completed on our local area over half term. Well done Year 6!

This half term in Computing, we have been creating web pages on the Victorians. We included text, images and hyperlinks and made our pages engaging to the reader.

Making blood in Science. We looked at what our blood contains and the function of each part- the plasma, ed blood cells, the white blood cells and the platelets.

Year 6 have made a fantastic start to the school year. They have been working hard in all subjects and have been working well together as a new class. 

The Curriculum newsletter contains all of the information on what the children will be learning this term and our PE days are on a Wednesday and Friday. 


Please ensure your child reads at least three times a week. 

Homework will continue to be set on a Wednesday and will be due in on the following Monday.