Welcome to Nightingales - Year 6!
Welcome to our class page! We are very excited to share our learning in Year 6 with everyone. Please keep an eye out for updates of photos and great work, which we will share with you on a regular basis.
Our class newsletters will be made available every half term, as well as any other important documents you may need.
Thank you for all of your support,
Homework will be sent home every week on a Wednesday. There will be online Maths tasks available at mymaths.co.uk (Please see link below), as well as online Grammar tasks on Active Learn Primary (link below). A letter with your child's password for MyMaths has been sent home. Homework club will be offered on a Thursday from 12-12:30 for any pupils who need help, or need access to the internet at school. If you have any questions or concerns, please do let me know.
Thank you for your support,
Year Six at Crucial Crew
On Tuesday, 14th November, 2017, Year Six attended Crucial Crew at Lowestoft Community Church. We learned about road safety, Internet safety, train safety, fire safety, beach safety and electrical safety. The presentations were very interesting and engaging, and Year Six had loads of fun! The highlights were definitely the "Ghost Box", which taught us about electrical hazards and the impact they can have, and the fire safety presentation. Year Six were beautifully behaved and engaged in every presentation given. Well done, Year Six!
As our War Horse unit comes to an end, we wanted to share some fantastic work with you! Our board is full of wonderful work, and the children have produced beautiful diary entries from the perspective of Albert after he has been reunited with Joey. They are using lovely vocabulary and characterisation, and their progress over the unit has enabled them to do this. Well done, Year Six!
Rationing Trading Game
In History, we are studying World War Two. In our lesson on Tuesday, we looked at rationing and the amount of each item people would get. We couldn't believe the amount of things, like butter, or one egg per week per person! We then played a rationing trading game, where each of us had a task to achieve and we had to trade items and coupons we had in order to complete the task. Some of us found it trickier than others!
This game brought to our attention the struggle of rationing and how to cope with small amounts of things. It also showcased our relationship skills and our reflectiveness, because we were then able to have a thoughtful discussion about how what we want versus what we actually need. Well done, Year 6!