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Year 6TS

Croeso - Welcome!
 

This is 6TS class page

 


THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO PUT A CUSTARD PIE IN MRS SAWYER'S FACE!


Well done for knowing your targets.
Remember if you don't know them you can't achieve them!

 


 

Information about last term is on a word document at the bottom of the page.

This half term our topic is the...

More Than Mods and Rockers

We started our topic by going to the Beatle's Museum!

 

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We found out about records and RPM.
     Here our 'Fab Four' 

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Groovy   

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This project has a history focus and teaches children about life

in the 1960s including significant social, cultural and political

events of the time. At the heart of this project the children will

learn how to write scripts and will develop additional skills in

writing newspaper reports of historical events.

In the Innovative Stage children apply their skills and

understanding by producing a documentary programme on the

theme of Space and the first Moon landing.

In this project the children will learn:

• About the Moon, the Sun and other planets of the solar system;

• How to order things chronologically;

• About musical culture and influences of the 1960s;

• About significant historical figures and events of the 1960s;

• How to use a range of artistic skills to create ‘Pop Art’;

• How to use ICT to source information and present their

findings;
• How to write scripts.

Week 1: We started our topic by going to the Beatle's Museum in Liverpool. We had a tour, found out about records, the 'Fab Four's' life, dressed up in groovy sixties clothes and went in a yellow submarine!
Week 2: Bendigedig pawb! A wonderful Eisteddfod on Tuesday! The class also wrote inspiring and powerful speeches about their dreams for the future based on Martin Luther King. Well done, you certainly moved me!

Dates to help

 

Friday 13th March
Comic Relief
(Don't forget the custard pies in your teacher's faces!)

Monday 16th March
Shakespeare Week

Friday 20th March
Training Day

Thursday 26th March
Disco

Thursday 27th March
School Closes

Monday 13th April
Training Day
Tuesday 14th April
School Opens
 

Student of the term was...Will. This was for a big improvement in attitude to learning and sensible behaviour in and out the class. Keep it up!

 

Previous winners:
Theo
Tom
Harvey
Annalise

Student of the Autumn term was Beth
Suhas
Theo
Ali
Megan
Yazmin
Dan
Lizzie
Ella
Juan
Seth
Ellidy
Bailey
Libby 

Reminders 
  • Monday P.E.
  • Tuesday Mandarin lesson

 WEEKLY HOMEWORK
 
Spellings will be given out and tested once a week on Tuesday. Homework is to be returned on Friday.

Reading is also included as part of the children’s homework. We expect them to read on a daily basis at home. A record of this needs to be kept in their planner and will be checked regularly.
 
Maths - Your child has a personal password for MyMaths and Abacus. They will be set homework on these sites once a week. It will be set on Friday and checked on Monday. There will be a mental maths and times table test each Tuesday.

News – On Monday your child needs to have notes on a news article that has interested them through the week. The notes need to enable them to write their own report in their own words on Monday morning.
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