Class 6S - Mrs Stephens
Have a lovely half term, everyone.
We certainly enjoyed our Autumn Fun Day today!
Creating a scarecrow. What a wicked start, 6S!
We were initially horrified with this poem and shared our thoughts...then we completely changed our opinion about the very clever piece of writing.
Phases of the moon with a side order of Oreos...
I have really enjoyed reading the stories inspired by Feast this week. Well done, 6S!
Well done to our first 'Pupil of the Week' in 6S. What a superstar!
#HelloYellow certainly brightened up our day today.
Art inspired by Hundertwasser
6S were brilliant today learning to play the chorus of 'Living on a Prayer' by Bon Jovi.
We have been inspired to write a story based on Disney's Feast with #MrsC.
6S loved the glorious sunshine this morning and were very creative this afternoon.
Tomorrow is the last day we will be working with the wonderful Mrs C. We have loved creating work based on her live lessons this week.
Thank you, Tesco - 6S enjoyed decorating the rainbow biscuits you gave us today.
We have been learning about the Anglo Saxons and writing a diary entry about the Sutton Hoo Burial Ship.
Working with pastels in the style of Hundertwasser.
Great rhythms from 6S today - following minims, crotchet, quavers and rests.
Head Boy, Head Girl, Deputy Head Girl, House Captains and Achievement Award winners. Well done 6S - a very '6S-ful' week.
Do you know the difference between Great Britain, the United Kingdom and the British Isles? Ask 6S. 🙂
We were looking at ways to improve our writing today using 'The Write Stuff' with Mrs C. Watch this space...
Last week, 6S were learning about how to draw portraits. Here are two of their fabulous pieces:
6S had a great time studying different characters and relationships in 'Matilda' on Roald Dahl Day and his wonderful use of description. Then they compared how those characters were brought to life in the Matilda the Musical.
6S have settled back to school so well and loved sharing and discussing the many wonderful quotes in the book:
The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse by Charlie Mackesy.