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Exciting Topic Work in 6SP

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Super Science

6NF Hook Activities: 'Nature's Miracles'

Year 6 Autumn Term 2017

 

The children in Year 6 have made a very positive start to the term.

This week, they have been participating in a variety of activities to 'hook' them in to their new geography topic entitled 'Nature's Miracles'. Some classes have been making models out of marshmallows and spaghetti as a way to demonstrate different buildings abilities to withstand earthquakes! Other classes have been mixing ingredients to create chemical reactions to simulate volcanic eruptions!
The children are also looking forward to the Community Sports Day on Friday 8th September.

There are many more exciting events panned this half term, not least the residential trip to Caythorpe Court.  

 

We wish the children an enjoyable term!

The Year 6 Staff.

Creative Arts Week: Hull, City of Culture 2017

Year 6 Summer Term 2

 

The Year 6 children have lots of exciting events to look forward to this half term. They have already begun peer mentoring - assisting younger pupils with their learning - throughout the school.                     Preparation for  the transition process to Hornsea School and Language College  has also started and the children will soon commence a transition project about Citizenship and British Values.

Soon we will begin preparing our Year 6 Leavers' Performance, which is always lots of fun!                         

We have  started our new science topic 'To Infinity and Beyond' and have been visited by the 'Cosmodome' from York University.

There will also be a variety of sporting events and activities taking place throughout the half term.

We wish the children a happy and enjoyable final half term at Hornsea Community Primary School.

 

The Year 6 Staff. 

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Year 6 Summer Term 1

 

The Year 6 staff hope the children and their families enjoyed the Easter holiday. The children have returned from the break eager to work hard and make progress.                                                                  

In Year 6, we are  currently working very hard, preparing for the National Curriculum Tests which are taking place during the week commencing Monday 8th May.

We are also having lots of fun with our creative art topic Sensational Sculpture'.

We wish the children a hard working and happy summer term.

 

The Year 6 Staff. 

Survival of the Species- Fossils

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Year 6 Spring Term 2

 

The Year 6 staff hope the children and their families enjoyed the half term holiday. The children have returned from the break eager to work hard and make progress.                                                                  

The Year 6 pupils have already participated in a 'Bugtopia' workshop to introduce our new Science-based topic 'Survival of the species', in which they had the opportunity to hold all kinds of 'creepy-crawlies'! We also enjoyed dressing up as our favourite book characters and participating in World Book Day.

Year Six have a hard-working half term ahead of us, preparing for the National Curriculum Tests in May. The Year Six staff wish the children all the best with the up-coming tests. 

 

The Year 6 Staff. 

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Please note that World Book Day will be on Thursday 2nd March 2017. Part of the celebrations this year will involve the children dressing as their favourite book character. We're looking forward to an exciting day! Thank you for your continued support.

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Crime and Punishment: Look at our amazing homework!

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History Trip: York Castle Museum

Maths Mission: Solving a crime using measures!

History Hook Day: The Victorians

Year 6 Spring Term 1

 

The Year 6 pupils have made a great start to the new school term . We have all taken part in a history 'hook' day, in which we travelled through time, visiting different time periods in 6 different classrooms.                            

We have also participated in a maths mission day linked to our history topic of 'Crime and Punishment' through the ages.

This term, we have a lot of challenging learning to complete in preparation for the National Curriculum tests in May. We also have plenty of fun activities planned too, such as a trip to York Castle Museum.

The staff wish the children a happy and hard-working term!

 

The Year 6 Staff.

 

Year 6 Nativity at the United Reformed Church

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We had great fun designing and constructing an electrical Christmas decoration!

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Children in Need and Anti-Bullying

Woodland World: The Campfire

'Shocking Electricity' Indoor P.E.

Woodland World: Lighting a fire

Year 6 Autumn Term 2

 

The Year 6 children had an amazing time at Caythorpe Court and learned lots of new skills!                       Everyone has returned to school refreshed from the half term break and Year 6 have already participated a 'Maths Mission' morning and a 'hook' day to introduce our new science topic of  'Shocking Electricity'.

The Year 6 children have continued with their 'Woodland World' lessons and are learning about fire safety.

We have another exciting half term ahead of us!

 

The Year 6 Staff. 

Teamwork, determination and conquering fears. Well done everyone!

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Day 2 - lots of achievements and happy faces. A wonderful day was had by all!

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Caythorpe Court

 

We have arrived safely and had a fabulous start to our trip! The children have all settled well and have enjoyed their first activities.

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Woodland World: Fire Safety

Sensational Samba! We LOVED our carnival workshop!

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'Carnival' Indoor P.E.

Roald Dahl Day

Year 6 Autumn Term 2016

 

The children in Year 6 have made a very positive start to the term.

They have already participated in a Samba dance workshop as part of this half term's geography topic about Brazil, entitled 'Carnival'.  

The children have also completed a morning of 'Maths Missions' related to this topic, covering position and direction maths objectives.

Some of the children have also completed their 'Bikeability Cycle Training Course'. 

There are many more exciting events panned this half term, not least the residential trip to Caythorpe Court.  

 

We wish the children an enjoyable term!

The Year 6 Staff.

Look at our amazing Transition Project for HSLC based on British Values!

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All About Me Homework

Fair Trade Talk by Mrs Knapton

Music Transition Event with pupils from HSLC

Year 6 Primary Environment Conference: 'Fair Trade'

Year 6 Summer Term 2

 

The Year 6 children have lots of exciting events to look forward to this half term. They have already begun peer mentoring - assisting younger pupils with their learning - throughout the school.                     Preparation for  the transition process to Hornsea School and Language College  has also started and the children will soon commence a transition project about 'British Values'.

Soon we will begin preparing our Year 6 Leavers' Performance, which is always lots of fun!                         

We have  started our new geography topic 'Fair Trade' and have been visited by Phil Williams as part of the Primary Environment Conference. 

There will also be a variety of sporting events and activities taking place throughout the half term.

We wish the children a happy and enjoyable final half term at Hornsea Community Primary School.

 

The Year 6 Staff. 

Year 6 Zulu Nation Music Workshop

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'Magic of Printing' Homework

Our 'Hornsea's Got Talent' Winners!

The Winning HGT Act from 6NF!

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Tai Chi

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In Year 6, we participate in Tai Chi sessions twice a week to help us to focus our minds and concentrate during our lessons.

Pop Art

 

In  6NF we have been learning about different artists. This week we have been looking at the famous artist 'Andy Warhol'. We decided to tie in Queen Elizabeth II's 90th birthday into our work. We hope you like our 'Pop Art'!

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Year 6 Summer Term 1

 

The Year 6 staff hope the children and their families enjoyed the Easter holiday. The children have returned from the break eager to work hard and make progress.                                                                  

In Year 6, we are  currently working very hard, preparing for the National Curriculum Tests which are taking place during the week commencing Monday 9th May.

We are also having lots of fun with our creative art topic 'Magic of Printing' and we are all looking forward to the creative arts week later in the half term.

We wish the children a hard working and happy summer term.

 

The Year 6 Staff. 

World Book Day 2016

Year 6 Spring Term 2

 

The Year 6 staff hope the children and their families enjoyed the half term holiday. The children have returned from the break eager to work hard and make progress.                                                                  

Year 6 pupils have already participated in a 'Fit Kids' day to introduce our new Science-based topic 'Health Kick', in which they tried new and 'exotic' fruit and vegetables and participated in lots of exercise! 

We have another exciting half term ahead of us, with a visit to Tesco to learn all about healthy food and cooking already planned. We are  also working hard, preparing for the National Curriculum Tests in May.

 

The Year 6 Staff. 

British Values Day 2016

Fun with 2d shapes in maths!

Year 6 Spring Term 1

 

The Year 6 staff hope the children and their families have had a relaxing and enjoyable Christmas.  Everyone has returned to school refreshed from the holiday and Year 6 have already participated in their Raiders-themed  day to introduce our new History topic about the Vikings.  

We have another exciting half term ahead of us, with a theatre group and visitors already planned.   We will also be working hard and beginning to prepare for the National Curriculum Tests in May.

 

The Year 6 Staff. 

Year 6 Christmas Party 2015

Year 6 Nativity at the United Reformed Church

Fantastic Homework: Let There Be Light

Performing Poetry

Personification: Bringing a Light to Life!

Fantastic Fractions!

Let there be light: Reflection investigation

Children in Need Activities in Year 6

Explanation Writing Analysis based on 'Light'

Maths Missions 'Let There Be Light'

Year 6 Autumn Term 2

 

The Year 6 children had an amazing time at Caythorpe Court and learnt lots of new skills!                       Everyone has returned to school refreshed from the half term break and Year 6 have already participated in two Maths Mission mornings, a Super Scientists day to introduce our new science topic and have started the reading buddies  program with some of the younger children in KS1.

We have another exciting half term ahead of us, embarking on our new science topic, 'Let there be Light'.

 

The Year 6 Staff. 

'Nature's Miracles' Amazing Homework

6NF Vegetable Rap Harvest Performance

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Year 5/6 Harvest 2015

Roving Reporters

As part of 'No Pens Day', Year 6 participated in a variety of speaking and listening activities related to our journalistic writing topic in English. We role-played being reporters and eye witnesses at the scene of one of nature's miracles. It was lots of fun!

Gymnastics: Using Apparatus

Roald Dahl Day: Friday 25th September 2015

 

In Year 6, we focussed our Roald Dahl day on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. We designed our own golden tickets, made persuasive leaflets for tours of the chocolate factory and designed our own chocolate bars and advertising campaigns. We also had great fun dressing up as Roald Dahl characters - look at our photos!

Indoor PE: Gymnastics

'Nature's Miracles' Board Games

Disaster Week: Shelter Building

Year 6 Autumn Term 2015

 

The children in Year 6 have made a very positive start to the term. They have already participated in a 'Disaster Theme Week' as an introduction to this half term's geography topic 'Nature's Miracles'.  

There have also been two mornings full of 'Maths Missions' for the children to enjoy. Some of the children have completed their 'Bikeability Cycle Training Course'. There are many more exciting events panned this half term, not least the residential trip to Caythorpe Court.  

 

We wish the children an enjoyable term!

The Year 6 Staff.

 

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