Year 6 Blog

World Book Day

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We are looking forward to a lovely day celebrating World Book Day! 4+

Looking fabulous for WVPS World Book Day !

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6NM have really brightened the day with their fabulous costumes…they have definitely been getting into role ! 3+

Now, press, play … Year 6 were transported to Ancient Egypt!

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Calculating volume

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Today we used multi link cubes to help us calculate the volume of irregular shapes and help us visualise areas we can not see...   Read More

Do you know your perfect from progressive?

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Today we tested how well we know the difference between simple past and simple present, past perfect and present perfect or past progressive and...   Read More

Sport relief orienteering

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Last Friday was Sport Relief. We had a great time taking part in an orienteering challenge, even if we did get a little bit...   Read More

Sharing stories

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Staring off world book week by sharing stories together. Look out for an email from Mr Horsley explaining the special World Book Week reading...   Read More

Grammar challenge

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This afternoon, we revised some of the different verb types that we need to know: simple past, simple present, past progressive, present progressive, past...   Read More

Now Press Play – Ancient Egypt

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This afternoon, we travelled to Ancient Egypt using our Now Press Play headphones. We became scribes, rehearsed the mummification process and visited a pyramid!...   Read More

Volume

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This morning we started to develop our understanding of volume. We used cubes to consider each 1cm cubed within each shape. We realised that...   Read More

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