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Friday 10th March

 

Hello and welcome back to our blog. Here is what we’ve been up to this week…

 

We wrote a guide this week in English about how to keep a pet Miptor – this allowed the children to run wild with their imagination and create some very interesting pets!

 

In topic we have been researching the Victorian artist, William Morris. We looked at his designs and even had a go at copying one in our books. Some of his designs are very similar to wallpaper patterns we see today – ask your children which ones they can name!

 

In science we looked at the harmful effects that smoking has on our bodies. Children then created a persuasive poster against smoking.

 

Once again, it has been another full on week here in year 6. Enjoy your weekend and we will see you on Monday.

 

See you then

Love Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

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Friday 3rd March

 

Hello and welcome back after half term. Here is what we’ve been up to this week…

 

It’s been out algebra in maths, yes algebra! After being initially uncertain, your children made a great job of it and showed a good understanding.

 

We wrote our very own story in English based on the The Legend of Tom Trueheart, we had some outstanding pieces of writing which Mrs Melling and I were very proud of. Well done!

 

More writing continued in topic this week - we wrote a short narrative based on the life on an 11-year-old trapper, Jimmy Turton. The children showed some real empathy with this piece.

 

World Book Day was great fun, all out activities were based on reading which the children thoroughly enjoyed. They even read poems to our pirate captain!

 

Today is also World Wildlife Day. We have looked at the life of the elephant and how their existence is being greatly compromised. Children designed a persuasive poster to support the International Fund for Animal Welfare to help stop the unnecessary poaching of these beautiful creatures.

 

As you can see, it has been another full on week here in year 6. Time for a weekend break so that we can continue with the hard work on Monday.

 

See you then

Love Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

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Friday 17th February 2017

 

Well here we are at the end of another half term and what a half term it has been! We have got through so much learning from fractions to area in maths and hyphens to language explosions in English!

 

Our highlights this term have got to be our trip to Quarry Bank Mill and our visit from a Lord! Fantastic!

 

Hope you have a great half term, see you on the 27th.

Love from Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

Friday 10th February

 

Hello everyone! Welcome back to Friday's blog!

This week has been as busy as ever in year 6. In English we have had a focus on grammar looking at synonyms and antonyms, homophones and tenses...as well as reading and writing summaries and predictions!!

 

Maths has been all about area and perimeter including compound shapes. The children have worked hard with some really tricky shapes to work with so a big well done to them.

 

In Science we have been looking at the effect of certain drugs on our bodies and how we can keep healthy.

 

Topic involved tasting gruel - those of you who have read or seen Oliver will know that it's not the best tasting thing in the world! However, they did taste harvest soup too to gain an understanding of what the rich and poor children ate. Interestingly, some children enjoyed the gruel!!

 

Please ensure children are in on time on Monday as we are off to Quarry Bank Mill for our trip which we are all excited about.

 

Have a great weekend

Love Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

Friday 3rd February

 

Hello and welcome back to our blog. Here is what we have been up to this week…

 

We have produced some lovely writing in English this week based on our book, Hetty Feather. We have been putting our reading skills to the test too with a range of texts.

 

In maths we have been looking at measurement including converting measures in length and weight.

 

We have been discussing the jobs that Victorian children had to do in topic. This was a real eye opener for the children who couldn't believe that children were made to do such dangerous jobs.

 

In Science we have continued our topic on the circulatory system. We carried out an experiment to find out find out if our heart rate and breathing rate increased with exercise - it certainly did!

 

Once again, another busy week in year 6!!

Have a great weekend and we will see you on Monday.

Love from

Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

PS. Can I please remind you to return the Quarry Bank Mill slips to school as soon as possible. Thank you.

PPS. Your children have been invited to atted a maths breakfast club, please return the permission slip as soon as possible.

Friday 27th January

Hello and welcome back to our blog. Here is what we have been up to this week…

 

We have continued with our new book in English, Hetty Feather, and are really enjoying it.It links perfectly with our Victorian topic and gives an insight into that era.

 

In maths we have become perfect at percentages! We know how to find percentages of amounts so your children will be great at working out discounted prices!

 

We watched Oliver in Topic this week which again gave us a great insight into Victorian life. We made notes on how life was then so that we can make some comparisons with now.

 

In Science we have continued our topic on the circulatory system. We carried out an experiment that mimicked out heart beat and discussed how and why we can feel a pulse.

 

Once again, another busy week in year 6!!

Have a great weekend and we will see you on Monday.

Love from

Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

 

PS. Can I please remind you to return the Quarry Bank Mill slips to school as soon as possible. Thank you.

Reciprocal reading with a difference!!

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Friday 20th January

 

Hello and welcome back to our blog. Here is what we have been up to this week…

 

We have started our new book this week, Hetty Feather. We are all engrossed and looking forward to getting into the book further.

 

In maths we have been working on decimals and percentages including percentages of numbers. We can convert between fractions, decimals and percentages which is great!

 

We have continued with our Victorian topic – we even wrote our own report.

 

In Science we have begun our new topic which looks at the circulatory system and how we keep our hearts healthy.

 

Another busy week in year 6!!

 

Have a great weekend and we will see you on Monday.

Love from

Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

 

PS. Can I please remind you that PE kits need to be in school every Friday. Thank you.

Friday 13th January 2017

 

Hello and a very happy new year to you all. We hope you had a relaxing and enjoyable Christmas break.

 

Well we have got straight back into it this week - the children have made a fantastic start to the new year and have demonstrated really grown up attitudes to their learning - well done to all of them.

 

In English we have been comparing texts and spending some time on some really tricky grammar work - like adding a suffix to fer and cious and tious words.

 

Maths has been all about fractions, percentages and decimals - the children worked really hard on this.

 

Science is our new topic of animals including humans which will look at the circulatory system.

 

Our topic is history based this term where we will be learning all about the Victorians. I am sure the children will love this topic, it has always been a firm favourite in the past.

 

Have a lovely weekend and we will see you on Monday.

Love from

Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

Thursday 22nd December 2016

 

Well here we are on our last day of term and what a term it's been! We have covered everything from BODMAS to the Battle of Britain and Paper Planes to punctuation!!

 

Your children have head a really successful term and have settled beautifully into Year 6 - we are all super proud.

 

We had a fab party yesterday with lots of fun and games.

All that is left for us to say is have a wonderful Christmas and a great new year. We will see you on the 10th of January.

 

Love from

Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xxx

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Friday 16th December

 

Hello and welcome back to our blog. Here is what we have been up to this week…

 

We have been basing our summaries and predictions on The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe this week, which once again, the children are loving! We’ve just got to the part where Aslan is nearing – the children are totally engrossed.

 

In maths we have been working on our fractions again and also carried out an assessment this week.

 

We have continued with London in topic looking at the River Thames and comparing it to our local river, the River Douglas.

 

In Science we have continued with our games and have added motors, buzzers and lights. We have had to make a complete circuit in order to make our games work.

 

We had our hugely successful Christmas bake off this week. A massive thank you for all your efforts and support with this. Westfield had some exceedingly good cakes!

 

Another busy week in year 6!!

 

Have a great weekend and we will see you on Monday.

Love from

Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

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Friday 9th December

 

Hello and welcome back to 6F blog. Here is what we have been up to this week…

 

We continued with The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe this week looking specifically at C.S Lewis’s choice of language – metaphors, similes etc and description. We then used his ideas to create our very own story about entering a magical place through our very own wardrobes. Let me tell you, there were some hugely imaginative ideas. Year 6 are LOVING this book as you can tell from the photos!

 

In maths we have been multiplying, dividing and finding common denominators of fractions as well as simplifying them!! Lots of tricky work but the class worked like troopers! We learned an easy way to divide fractions following 3 simple steps – ask your children what we do!

 

It’s all been about London in topic – from London Zoo to the River Thames!

 

In Science we have continued with our games which are coming on a treat. We have some scientists in the making in our class!

 

Another hectic week in year 6!!

Have a great weekend and we will see you on Monday.

 

Love from

Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

Friday 2nd December

 

Hello again! Friday's here so it's time to tell you once again what we have been up to!

 

We have continued with The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe in English looking at authors language choice, word study, comprehension, letter of advice and describing settings, character and atmosphere. Goes without saying it's been a busy old time!

 

Maths has had us continuing our fraction work looking at improper, mixed number and adding fractions.

 

In Topic we have been finding out what makes a city a capital city and have been identifying our own capital city as well as other major cities in the UK.

 

We have started wiring up our circuit games in science - can't wait to see the end result!

 

Hope you have a great weekend and we will see you on Monday.

Love from Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

Friday 25th November

 

As always, it's been a full on week in year 6 with loads of learning taking place!

 

In English we started reading The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (book 2 of The Chronicles of Narnia) written by CS Lewis. We have done some summarising and written a biography all about CS Lewis.

 

Maths has been all about fractions - equivalent fractions, making fractions and changing the denominator!

 

We started making our circuit games this week which has been great fun!

 

Can you believe in topic we actually wrote a postcard from Tokyo! They were so good from the children's research that you think they'd visited Tokyo for real!!

 

Our class had the best attendance (yet again) so it meant we could wear our own clothes today. It's great that the children make such an effort to get into school everyday even with an odd sniffle or two...I put it down to the teaching staff in the class ;))))

 

Hope you have a great weekend and we will see you on Monday

Love from Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

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Friday 18th November

Hello and welcome back to 6F blog. Here is what we have been up to this week…

 

We continued with Paper Planes in English which led us to looking at using direct speech in a narrative along with the difference between informal and formal speech.

 

There were some very tricky problems to solve in maths this week which involved multi step and all four operations. One or two were really tricky but we used the BAR method to help us solve them.

 

In topic we have been researching Sydney (as this is one of the places where Paper Planes is filmed) and then produced our own ‘Guide to Sydney’.

 

In Science we made our own simple circuits and changed a variable to see how it would affect the circuit.

Another hectic week in year 6!!

 

Have a great weekend and we will see you on Monday.

Love from

Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

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Friday 11th November

Hello and welcome back to 6F blog. Here is what we have been up to this week…

We had another visit to Shevington on Tuesday which the children really enjoyed. We designed and created computer games, cooked pizza and made our very own wooden puzzle!

 

It’s been all about numbers in their prime this week, as well as dividing mentally and BOSMAS! Sound like a lot? It was! But the children rose to the challenge.

 

In English we watched the film Paper Planes, the children saw it last year at the cinema, but this year we are doing some sophisticated writing around it.

 

Our topic, rather aptly, was about Washing DC this week and facts about the White House…the children learned how many presidents have lived there, when it was constructed etc along with facts about the capital of the USA.

 

In Science we continued on electricity looking at how circuits work and don’t work – as in what would be the cause of a circuit to fail.

 

Another busy week in year 6!!

 

Have a great weekend and we will see you on Monday.

Love from

Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

Friday 4th November

 

Hello and welcome back to 6F blog. Here is what we have been up to on our first week back after half term…

 

In maths we have been looking at the lowest common multiple (LCM) and the highest common factor (HCF). Your children did a great job with this, very impressive!

 

In English we have wrote our very own opening to a mystery story – we had some very intersesting ideas!

 

We have begun our new topic, which is geography based this term, on capital cities. We looked at London first and we are encouraging children to do their own research on capital cities in their learning logs.

 

In Science we have started our new topic on electricity which eventually leads to us making our very own circuit game!

 

Another full week in year 6!!

 

Have a great weekend and enjoy Bonfire night, keep safe!

 

Love from

Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

 

PS. Don’t forget our SATs meeting on Monday. We will be giving you really important information on what your child will be doing.

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Friday 21st October 2016

 

Hello and welcome back to our final blog of this half term...how quick has that gone?!

 

We have has another busy week this week. In addition to all the work we carry out in class, we also spent the morning at Shevington High School on Tuesday carrying out 'forensic food' science! The children thoroughly enjoyed it.

 

On Thursday we had our WW2 day. The children experienced WW2 type food, air raid sirens, games, activities and much more. We had a great day. Thank you for your support with costumes etc.

 

It was nice to see some of you again at parent's evening again this week, those of you who didn't make it can always pop in and see me after the break.

 

Have a good week and we will see you back on Halloween!

 

Love from

Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling

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Friday 14th October

 

Hello and welcome back to 6F blog. Here is what we have been up to this week…

 

In maths we have been looking at the inverse of multiplication that we were doing last week, long division. The children have found this a bit tricky but kept going with it nonetheless with some mastering it by today. Well done!

 

In English we have been describing our very own candy land. This led to some hugely imaginative and mouth-watering ideas with some fantastic sentences in there too. We also visited the book fair with Year 3 which we really enjoyed.

 

We have had a creative week in topic, we have been drawing caricatures of significant people of WW2 using charcoal. We had some super impressive drawings.

 

We made periscopes in science and tested them out which was great fun.

 

Another action packed week in year 6!!

 

Have a great weekend and we will see you on Monday.

Love from

Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

 

PS. Don’t forget our WW2 day on Thursday!

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Friday 7th October

 

Hello and welcome back to our blog. Here is what we have been up to this week…

In maths this week we have been looking at multiplication, not just any multiplication – longggggggg multiplication! The children have got a really good grasp on this. Fantastic!!

 

In English we have had a focus on grammar and have been working on word classes, in particular, concrete and abstract nouns. We used those then to inform a piece of writing about places such as ‘the quarry of questions’ and the ‘school of suspicion’. We had some very imaginative ideas!

 

Our Battle of Britain topic got us watching and discussing the fantastic film Goodnight Mr Tom. The children then wrote a synopsis about the film, bringing together their summarising abilities that we use in English.

 

Another full on week  here in year 6!!

Have a great weekend and we will see you on Monday.

Love from

Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

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Friday 30th September 2016

 

Hello and welcome back.

 

We have had an action packed week this week, here's what we have been up to...

In maths we have been revising and extending our addition and subtraction knowledge and have been applying our knowledge to word problems.

 

Report writing has been going on in English, we have been writing about pre-war Britain. Reading has been going down a treat too in our class.

 

Science has led us to experiment further with light which has been really interesting.

 

We had a great afternoon today with our chilled out afternoon, we had a film and play time with our siblings as a result of our great attendance.

 

Have a great weekend and see you Monday.

 

Love from

Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xxx

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Friday 23rd September 2016

 

Hello and welcome back to 6F’s blog. This is what we have been up to this week…

 

In maths this we have been looking at negative numbers - we even made a human thermometer! In English we have been reading a story called Brashem’s Tortoise. The children made great predictions about what the story might be about and from this wrote a fantastic description of Brashem’s shop.

 

Our Battle of Britain topic got us writing poems this week which were fab! Science has been about light again and how it travels in straight lines.

 

Another full week of non-stop working here in year 6!!

Have a great weekend and we will see you on Monday.

 

Love from

Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

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Hello and welcome back to 6F’s blog. Here’s what we have been up to this week…

 

Well I am sure your children have all been telling you about hard we have been working and I’m also sure that they are coming home very tired! We have done lots of work on place value in Maths and in English we have been looking at characters, atmosphere and settings using a clip called Partly Cloudy. In addition to this, your children have been extended their vocabulary by searching for better words to use in their writing.

 

We have begun our topic on the Battle of Britain which has proved very popular. Thank you to all for supporting your children with their learning logs on this topic, they have been very impressive!

Science has been about light sources, looking at natural and artificial light and of course, at how our eyes see objects…ask your children for a detailed explanation!

 

Have a great weekend and we will see you on Monday.

Love from

Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling xx

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Friday 9th September

 

Hello and welcome to our first blog!

Well we have hit the ground running this week, your children have settled in well and have taken to year 6 fantastically. We have already started writing in English, place value in maths, Battle of Britain in topic and light in science...it's been a busy four days!!

 

Just to inform you that:

PE is on Friday

Planners/Reading logs on Monday

 

I would ask that you encourage and listen to your child read as often as possible and please sign their planners to confirm they have read.

 

Have a great weekend and we will see you on Monday.

 

Mrs Parry and Mrs Melling

Welcome to our website. ........ .Attendance for w/c 3rd July 2017... RW 96%, RF 97%, 1WF 91%, 1W 96%, 1F 90%, 2W 99%, 2F 90%, 3W 99%, 3F 97%, 4W 99%, 4F 95%, 5W 90%, 5F 97%, 6W 91%, 6F 93%. ** Whole School Attendance for w/c 3rd July 2017 was... 95%** ** Congratulations to RF, 2W, 3W and 4W for achieving the highest attendance. Well Done!**....
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