Who said maths wasn’t fun?
We used our knowledge of dividing a fraction by a whole number to help us create these fun ‘pop-up’ cards
Macmillan Coffee Morning
Our Y6 pupils recently held a coffee morning to show their support for Macmillan Cancer Support.
It’s the first time we have been able to do it since the pandemic began and we have never seen so many delicious cakes!
The children showed how caring they are and were the perfect hosts; they also raised over £200 which is an incredible total – well done Y6.
Holocaust Memorial Day – 27th January
On this date we learned about the Holocaust, Nazi persecution and the genocides that followed. Year 6 have created some fantastic written work and pictures about Saint Maximilian Kolbe who was a Polish Conventual Franciscan Friar. When the Nazi guards selected 10 people to be starved to death in punishment, Kolbe volunteered to die in place of a stranger. He was later canonised as a martyr.
Comparing home-made and shop-bought bread.
Investigating Shadows – How are they made?
After reading the book The Arrival Year 6 invented their own animal for the new world
World Book Day
Year 6 have worked hard adapting children’s stories to include their buddy. Reception loved listening to their very own stories where they’re the main characters!
St Oscar’s class also created board games based on their favourite books.