Date: 15th Dec 2020 @ 4:32pm
Our finished Viking Longships.
Date: 11th Dec 2020 @ 4:26pm
Every year during Democracy Week, the Local Authority organises a Junior Democracy Debate for representatives from year six classes throughout all the primary schools in St Helens
This year, they still wanted to help give the opportunity to primary aged children to learn about democracy and have the opportunity to debate.
This week, our Year 6 class have taken part in this activity - led by their Rights-Respecting Schools Ambassadors. They were given 10 topics to think about and choose the 4 which they were the most interested in. The following were chosen:
1.Leisure and culture Art, sport and music are great for mental and physical health. Lots of services which give young people an opportunity to take part in leisure and culture are at risk of closing.
2. Improve places to go and things to do for young people Young people should be involved in deciding what youth activities and services should be available.
3. Access to technology and broadband for learning More learning is happening online but not all young people have access to the right technology and broadband. If learning becomes a mixture of classroom and online then all young people need access technology and broadband.
4. Homelessness COVID-19 might make renting and owning a home less secure, so plans should be in place and money available to ensure nobody becomes homeless.
Each group spent time discussing the key issues around each topic then presented to their classmates - who asked them questions. Each child then cast a vote as to the topic that they felt mattered the most to them - this was homelessness. The children discussed some points and had some interesting ideas - it was impressive to hear them link their discussions to the rights of the child and human rights.
The RRS Ambassadors will feed this back at their next meeting and this will be a focus for discussion and actions moving forward. The results were also sent to the Town Hall, who will collate the results and feedback from all schools across the LA.
Date: 24th Nov 2020 @ 3:46pm
We are thrilled with our finished dragon eyes.
Date: 24th Nov 2020 @ 10:07am
We are now experts in Dragonology!
We have enjoyed the role of becoming dragonologists in Year 6. We have been writing our own reports about dragons. We have linked our Art and English sessions together and have loved drawing and designing our own dragon eyes.
Date: 20th Nov 2020 @ 4:52pm
We have been enjoying our DT sessions. During these lessons we have been designing and creating our own Viking Longships. Keep a look out for our final masterpieces.
Date: 16th Mar 2020 @ 11:23am
We had a great time raising money for Sports Relief!
Check out our hula hooping skills.
Date: 16th Mar 2020 @ 10:14am
To finish off our topic 'Can you solve the mystery of the Maya?' We have enjoyed playing a version of a ball game that the Ancient Mayans would have played called Pok-A-Tok. This game is thought to have been invented around 200 BC.
Date: 5th Mar 2020 @ 4:30pm
There have been book characters galore in Year 6 today!
Date: 13th Feb 2020 @ 2:57pm
Year 6 superstars: Poppy, Jake H, Joel T, Jonah and Laylah!
Thank you for completing a home learning project for this half term. Well done! They look great!
Date: 31st Jan 2020 @ 4:23pm
Science Week 2020
This week all of our classes have been focussing on a science topic.
Year 1 - Animals inc Humans
Year 2 - Animals inc Humans
Year 3 - Forces and Magnets
Year 4 - States of Matter
Year 5 - Forces
Year 6 - Light
Children have been observing changes, finding patterns, classifying and identifying, researching and performing all kinds of interesting, fun and crazy experiements!
Speak to your child and ask them what they have learnt this week.
We hope you've enjoyed it!
Date: 31st Jan 2020 @ 3:53pm
Y6 carried out an investigation to see 'How shadows change when the distance between the light source and the object changes?'
Date: 31st Jan 2020 @ 1:46pm
Take a look at our finished art work.
Date: 27th Jan 2020 @ 2:01pm
Our investigation question for today was:
'Which objects produce the darkest shadows?'
Date: 24th Jan 2020 @ 10:07am
We have been enjoying our art lesson this week. We are creating a 2D picture of the Kukulkan Temple using lots of different techniques. We will update our page once we have the finished masterpieces.
Date: 9th Jan 2020 @ 4:07pm
The Mayans were one of the first civilsations to discover chocolate. To start our new topic we have had a great afternoon tasting a range of chocolates.
Date: 19th Nov 2019 @ 3:44pm
Take a look at our finished Viking Longships.
Date: 19th Nov 2019 @ 3:33pm
We have been enjoying designing and creating our own Viking Longships.
Date: 4th Nov 2019 @ 2:44pm
Check out our home learning projects
Date: 30th Sep 2019 @ 4:31pm
The children were very lucky to have a workshop delivered by Gary the Viking on Friday.
It was a fantastic day. The children took part in a range of activities.
Date: 27th Sep 2019 @ 11:13am
European Day of Languages
We came to school dressed in red, white and blue because we are learning to speak French this year.
To launch our new MFL we enjoyed lots of different activities. Our favourite was tasting different French foods such as: baguettes, crepes, croissants, brioches and different French cheeses. Yum! Yum!
Date: 27th Sep 2019 @ 10:35am
CHANGE YOUR MINDSET
To start our new year in Year 6 we have been thinking about having a growth mindset.
We did different activities to challenge our mindsets.
We now understand the difference between having a fixed and a growth mindset.
Date: 21st Jun 2019 @ 4:34pm
To start our new topic 'I am a Y6 child, can you get me out of here?' we have enjoy a fun afternoon of orienteering.
Date: 14th Jun 2019 @ 4:16pm
Check out our finished frogs.
Date: 11th Jun 2019 @ 4:00pm
The Year 5 and 6 children were excellent ambassadors for our school when they attended the Netball tournement at De La Salle school last Friday. They played well and displayed excellent skills and sprotsmanship. Well done!
Date: 9th Jun 2019 @ 7:44am
Year 5 and 6 had a fantastic (and slightly messy ) time exploring the properties of materials; using slime, milk, bubbles and colour. They recorded what they had observed and thought carefully about the 'science' they could see happening. The children used some excellent scientific language to record their ideas.