Welcome back to school and welcome to Class 12 to all our new Year 6 pupils.
I am really looking forwards to seeing you all and getting to know you a bit better. This term, I will be joined in the classroom by Mr Gash and Mrs Robinson. We have lots to fit into our busy timetable so keep an eye out for updates on everything you will need to know. See you on Thursday 3rd September at 8:55am.
From Mrs Gash
Class 12 Timetable September 2020
What do you need today?
Monday Reading diary, Reading book, PE kit
Tuesday Reading diary, Reading book
Wednesday Reading diary, Reading book
Thursday Reading diary, Reading book
Friday PE kit, reading diary, Reading book, 3 signatures check, Homework day, Homework book, Spelling test, spelling homework, times tables homework, times tables test
Congratulations Class 12. Termly Attendance Winners!!
We had an amazing time at our Jungle Party to celebrate the end of our topic. We invented, designed and made all the games ourselves.
We became paleontologists, carefully excavating our clay rocks for fossils. Take a look at what we have found so far.
Are there too many lime sweets?
We investigated packets of Skittles and entered the data onto a spread sheet. Next we added a formula so that the spread sheet calculated all the totals. In conclusion, we found that there were in fact, too many strawberry flavoured sweets. Our recommendation to the makers of Skittles would be to put the same amount of each flavour sweet in every packet.
Full of jumping beans- look at us in gymnastics.
Launch of the Daily Mile- 10 laps around the playground!
Can you guess what characters we were for World Book Day?
We are dressing as our favourite characters for World Book day, as well as taking part in drop and read throughout the day.
Take a look at our timetable for after Spring half term.
Nice Mrs Gash made us wear a blindfold to do this assault course
Making these alarm circuits was a big buzz.
Awesome space display
Building Moon Buggies with our families.
Hanging and balancing
Laura came in to talk about architecture, we tested the strength of biscuits. We then used spaghetti and marshmallows to see who could build the tallest and strongest structures. See below for photos.
Architecture, with biscuits an marshmallows, obvs.
Out of this World Solar Systems.
Margaret and Barry from Oak Tree Conservation helped us with our bird feeding boxes. And with putting up our new bird feeding station, donated by Oak Tree Neighbourhood Management. Oak Tree Conversation also donated 6 nest boxes which Mr Frank will be kindly putting up for us. See below for pictures.