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Year 6 - St. Martin

WELCOME TO YEAR 6

St Martin's class

 

 

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 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 Monday (swimming) and Friday. The girls will also be having football workshops for the first half term every Thursday.

 

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. 

It is very important children are also going on Bedrock and Mathletics as part of their homework. 

TFL- Junior Citizenship workshop. We had a workshop about safe travel on London transport, how to keep safe, how to plan a journey and things to consider when we travel on public transport alone or with our friends.

Easter Projects-At St George’s we have had a big focus on recycling and looking after our planet as part of our Go Green CAFOD initiative this year! We used our imagination to be creative and create something suing recycled materials.

World Book Day

Day 5- School journey- final day. This morning we did problem solving activities and buggy building. The children have had a fantastic week and should be incredibly proud of themselves.

Day 4- School Journey. The last full day of activities, we had abseiling, low ropes, Jacob's ladder, survivor and ended the day with a quiz. The children have been amazing and challenged themselves.

Day 3- School Journey. Another busy day of activities. The rain did not stop the enthusiasm and excitement . We did trapeze, zip wire, challenge course, archery and had a sports games evening. The children are enjoying mealtimes too! Two stars of the day conquering their fears and giving 100%!

Day 2- School Journey- A jam packed day full of activities.. a birthday, two stars of the day and lots of fun even though wet. We did climbing, giant swing, orienteering and a muddy sensory trail. The children have been great as a team and having lots of fun.

Day 1-School Journey. Very excited children are now down to sleep for the night after getting settled in their rooms, exploring, playing games and having a campfire this evening.

7.02.22-Bowling competition. A group of Year 6 children attended a Bowling competition with other Southwark schools and came third. Their behaviour and sportsmanship was exemplary.

4.02.22- Class assembly- The Windrush child. We have thoroughly enjoyed learning about the Windrush generation in our English lessons. We have looked at how this generation impacted and contributed to British society today.

3.02.22-The Genes and Evolution workshop- Centre of Cell. As part of our science topic we attended a workshop to help develop our understanding of Evolution.

Visit to the Gurdwara- We visited the Central Gurdwara- this is the oldest Gurdwara in Europe. We developed our knowledge on the Sikh faith and had the most amazing food.

Christmas projects- The children created some lovely Christmas projects based around the Christmas text 'The Snowman'

Wc 29.11.21- Some children in Year 5 and 6 took part in the cycle confident training this week. They developed their confidence on their bikes and looked at road safety and travelling safely on local roads. The children thoroughly enjoyed this and received a level 2 badge and certificate.

5.10.21- Some of the girls in Year 6 had a fantastic time representing the school at the girls football tournament. They played well and came third.

30.09.21- Y5/6 Mixed football tournament- The children had a great time at the football tournament and showed great sportsmanship and team work.

Girls football workshop. The girls in year 6 are enjoying taking part in football workshops again this term.

To begin our topic on the Victorians- we worked in groups creating timelines of events that happened during the Victorian period. We discussed why this events might have been important.

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