The Y6 children and teachers fully enjoyed taking part in the obstacle race we set up for Sports Relief. As you can see we all got a little competitive 🙂 Thank you for making the effort to come in your coloured sports day teams. We will use the points from today to contribute to the final scores on sports day.
One of our sports relief challenges last week was a netball match between the teachers and some of the year 6 children. Height was definitely an advantage for the teachers who were very pleased (and very relieved) with their 12-3 win. A big congratulations to the children who played for giving 100% effort and not giving up.
DJ Tej taught us how to DJ. We got to DJ and listen to music. My favourite part was pressing all the buttons and knowing what they do. Mixing the songs was my biggest challenge. by JDL DJ Tej was awesome! He can change songs without even making it noticeable and can mix songs really well. When I had a
Our visit to Warwick Arts Centre was amazing – I was so inspired. We got told how many people that were famous performed there. We even got a tour of the stage and behind the scenes. When we were all sitting down in a circle, two nice people we were with told us about the history behind it. By DS
This week we had a lot of fun exploring the world of AR (augmented reality) and VR (virtual reality). We think this will be an excellent learning tool: it’s exciting, realistic and excellent at igniting our imaginations.
This week, 6A have been using a variety of sentences to improve our writing. We watched an exciting short clip called Ruin for inspiration and the children have produced some wonderful, imaginative pieces of written work from it.
We started at the top of the pyramid and individually wrote down (in secret) what we thought the five most important features a setting description needed to include. We then shared our ideas with our friends on our tables and as a group chose the three most important features and wrote down some examples. One person from each group then