INTRODUCING THE TEAM
|Mr Lewis Webb||Class Teacher||Year 6|
|Miss Sam Williams||Teaching Assistant||Year 6 – AM Only|
|Miss Lacey-May Joyce||Teaching Assistant||Year 6 – PM Only|
What happens in Year 6 at Crondall Primary School?
In Year 6, we work hard to support our older students as they prepare to make the transition from primary school to secondary education. They gain independence and a sense of pride and responsibility as they volunteer to take on roles and jobs, which help to support the rest of the school, (E.g. School and House Captains, librarians and ‘buddies’.)
Social and emotional wellbeing is an important part of growing up, particularly within our Year 6 class as they prepare for the many changes and challenges that they face. During our annual residential to Osmington Bay, pupils are given the opportunity to develop confidence, resilience, perseverance and teamwork, tackling a range of adventurous and problem-solving activities.
In addition, an important part of learning within Year 6 includes preparation for SAT’s. We work hard to build the skills and knowledge which are necessary in order to help them to feel ready, not just for the tests, but as they move forward into secondary education.
Our topic this term is The Hundred Years’ War.
Thursday 10th October 2019
This week in Year 6 the children have enjoyed designing their own family crest. The children have also been writing and editing their Osmington Bay blogs, which they hope to publish here soon. Furthermore, Year 6 have been researching the symptoms of the Black Death, creating comic strips to illustrate this.
Monday 7th October 2019
Today the Year 6 prefects confidently led tours of our school to over 40 parents. Well done, Year 6!
Thursday 26th September 2019
Today Year 6 wrote and performed their class assembly. The assembly was based on our residential to Osmington Bay. The children thoroughly enjoyed sharing their adventures and memories. Here are some of our favourite residential photos that we shared during our assembly:
Friday 20th September 2019
Today we enjoyed learning about Democracy. We looked at the Magna Carta and wrote a 21st century Magna Carta to include guarantees for free healthcare and education for all. The prefects enjoyed helping all classes cast their votes for Eco Warriors, School Council representatives and House Captains. Furthermore, the School Captains enjoyed meeting our local MP, Ranil Jayawardena.
Thursday 19th September 2019
This afternoon the prefects received training from Mrs Leatham. They also made voting boxes and helped decorate the hall ready for Democracy Day. Furthermore, the children delivered a presentation on why they should be House Captain to their house teams.
Monday 9th September – Friday 13th September 2019
We had a fantastic time on our residential to Osmington Bay. For more information about our week and to view photos from all our activities, please use the following link to access the school residential blog: https://www.crondallschoolblog.co.uk/
Wednesday 4th September 2019
For our Stunning Start, the children enjoyed constructing a castle out of Lego.
Their Learning 2018 – 2019
Another exciting few weeks…
Our trip to Chessington and the Sealife Centre…
Tri-golf and Yoga…
And Sport’s Day, 2019 …
12th June, 2019
It has been another busy week in Year 6, with many children beginning to visit and meet their teachers in preparation for the move to secondary school. Meanwhile, our learning continues and this week we have begun preparing for some narrative writing, based on the short film ‘The Oceanmaker’. We have found it to be particularly thought-provoking, as it shows a future world, where the ocean no longer exists and man struggles to survive.
We enjoyed working together to create spiralateral maths investigations on Mum’s morning…
We were very excited to have been invited to visit Year 2, so that we could spend some time with the ducklings.
” They liked nibbling at my finger…” “They felt just like teddy bears, they were so soft!”
“They were very fluffy and very cute.” “Amazing…” “We want ducklings!”
As part of our topic, we have been listening to the sounds under the ocean. We were fascinated to hear a podcast by Chris Watson and we also listened to the songs of whales. We are creating our own ocean music, which we hope to record later this week.
Osmington Bay Residential
We enjoyed the visit from Olympic swimmer, Amy Smith.
Fun on World Book Day!
Meeting the divers.