A busy end of term in Year 6

This week, Willow Class have worked incredibly hard in all areas of the curriculum.

In maths, I was impressed with their determination to learn the rules of BODMAS. By the end of the second day the whole class had mastered this new skill – just brilliant!

After a very competitive and well fought Times Table Rock Stars Tournament, we were also delighted that 3 members of the class progressed with their Multiplication Award…

In English this week we finished reading our class novel, Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll. We went on to write some letters to her, explaining how we’ve used her book to inspire our writing this term and asking her questions about the writing process. We really hope she replies so we can add he response to our new school Author Wall!

As well as this, all of the children completed a presentation to the class on some project work they had been preparing for the last few weeks. They were asked to contrast and compare an aspect of Shackleton’s Journey with that of the more modern Ice Maidens. We had a a whole range of innovative PowerPoints, Flyers, posters and audience participation. Here are a few…

An incredibly busy but extremely rewarding end to Term 1. Well done Willow Class 😆🌟

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