Class 6F 2020 - 2021
Welcome to 6F!
We are looking forward to a great final year at Flixton Primary School.
Library is on Monday.
PE is Wednesday (outdoor) and Friday (indoor).
Reading Racetrack books due in every Friday.
Talk Topics set on Wednesday, to be completed on the following Monday.
We have been thinking about our school rules and how we can demonstrate them:
Welcome to the new Class 6F - here's to a great year...
Christmas Biscuit Making
We were all lucky to welcome Mrs Tatham into our classroom...well, virtually... for a Christmas treat. We made 3 special themed biscuits - we hope you enjoyed them!
Computing - Animation Projects
In the gallery below, there are photos showing some of the scene models created by the children for their animation.
Art - Collage
Such concentration beginning to make a collage of an athlete.
More photos, showing how the lesson developed, are in the gallery.
History - Showing Empathy
We looked at some photos of different Home Front experiences and tried to recreate them in a freeze-frame position. We also discussed what thoughts and feelings people would have possibly had, during this time.
Glad that we are able to visit the library again. It is a sea of calm in this crazy world at the moment. Oh, and it is essential that Connor's lace is tied to enjoy the tranquility!!
Geography - First Impressions of a Location.
We looked at a variety of different photos to build up an initial opinion of Austria. Here are some of the photos...
PE - Making Geometric Shapes
More pictures in the gallery...
DT - Analysing Materials
A variety of materials, such as wire, dowel, pipe cleaners, card, tissue paper, straws etc were tested to see which would make a good stem, when we make our very own flower.
Science - Shadow Investigation
Trying to make the classroom as dark as possible, to carry out our study, was a great challenge.
Welcome to our very own WW2 Anderson Shelter Museum
A group of children from both 6F and 6S have worked hard to clear out the anderson shelter in our allotment area, to design a museum. The rest of Y6, during their computing lessons, created QR codes linked to artefacts, that can be found in the museum. More photos in the gallery...
History - What evacuation was really like.
We looked at photographs and used inference to offer ideas of what was actually going on. Then, we conducted a role play where the children were given evacuee identities and spoke to each other about their experiences:
Then, we organised ourselves in order from those evacuees who had a great experience, down to those who were not so fortunate.
DT - Flowers
Our topic this term is flowers. This week, we completed our analysis session and we learnt about the parts of a flower in preparation for the next stage of our learning.
Year 6 Hunter-Gatherer Day
A big thank you to Mr Moulton for such a great day. We learnt a range of skills including building dens, making and shooting bows and arrows, bug hunting and pizza making. You can see a selection of photos in the galleries below.
Couldn't resist posting this picture of Oscar showing his delight at winning a maths game...
Geography - delving into the complex world of the EU
We have been researching about how the EU is made up, what its benefits are and why the UK decided to leave - all in an afternoon's work!
The children now know that there are not 28 member countries anymore but 27 - due to Brexit!
Art - Movement Sequences
With an ipad, we took a series of photographs showing a movement (of us, running or jumping) from the start of the move to the end. Then, we copied each snap into 5-9 lined drawings, as follows:
We're keen to start testing our mathematical skills - extension challenges, here we come...
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