Welcome to Elder class, year 6
Teacher: Mrs Kemp
Higher Level Teaching Assistant/Teaching Assistant: Mrs Bigg
Learning Support Assistants: Mrs Dack/Ms Sevindi
Have a wonderful half-term holiday, Elders. Relax and enjoy the sunshine.
Do you recognise anyone in this line-up? How cute were you lot?
Don’t forget to do PE with Joe Wicks each morning – a great way to start the day and draw with Rob on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Take care and stay safe.
Work for 2nd June 2020:
Look at what we have been doing this week in Elder class
Week commencing Monday 1st June:
We are looking at the history of writing this week. We wrote our names in an ancient language. We also thought about the important role reading and writing plays in the formation of a civilisation.
Week commencing Monday 18th May:
Elder class did some printing and collage work.
Jess wrote a superb poem about ‘Love’ as part of our PSHE unit.
Callum got a green Blue Peter badge!
Elders wrote some stories based on traditional tales with a twist!
Elder class wrote stories based on a picture. They really used their imaginations…
If you have read a good book during the lockdown, send me a book review so I can share it with the rest of the class. I recently read ‘The Nowhere Emporium’ and thought it was a fabulous book! It is a fantasy novel with brilliant flashbacks. I also read ‘The Middle of Nowhere’, which I enjoyed. It is set in the Australian outback and had some great twists and turns. The Tiger Rising is an American children’s novel which follows the story of a boy who finds a caged tiger in a woodland near his home. ‘The Everything Machine’ is a contemporary novel about a family of children who wrongly receive an incredibly powerful 3D printer. Their exploits will make you laugh and gasp! I am currently reading ‘Loser’ by Jerry Spinelli, which is making me laugh while simultaneously tugging on my heartstrings.
Aneira made the ration chocolate cake for her VE day celebrations.
Week commencing Monday 11th May:
Elder class wrote stories linked to a portal. They did a great job!
Emma drew a brilliant NHS super-hero bear!
Brook made rationing shortbread for VE Day. Josh celebrated VE Day too.
Elder class read the Shaun Tan book ‘Eric’ and wrote letters to Eric.
Week commencing Monday 4th May:
Elder class wrote poems based on The Magic Door that would reveal things they are missing. They were really great…
Elder class wrote some codes and deciphered Morse Code as part of their VE Day work:
We have been practising reciting poems in different ways…
Lewis researched famous women in WWII
Otto made a great Powerpoint about Mount Fuji
Elder class are planning/writing a portal story….
Lewis has written a book review about an audiobook he has listened to:
Week commencing Monday 27th April
Elder class have been using their creativity this week too…
Elder class researched Mount Fuji…
We wrote poems using the subjunctive and rhyme…
Elder class wrote letters of application to be the children’s president…
They wrote researched and presented information about Japan…
Elder class wrote job applications for some unusual jobs. They used the subjunctive for formality.
Elder class began researching the country of Japan.
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