Holiday activities: Monday 6th April - Sunday 19th April 2020
Hi Year 6! We hope that you have had a good few weeks and we want to remind you of the importance of having fun and relaxing over the 2-week holiday! We have uploaded some activities that you may like to have a go at. Keep safe and well and we will be back in touch with you on here after the break. Missing you all! Mrs Bailey and Mrs Dineley.
Mindfulness Through Film
'Mindfulness Through Film’ guides learners through a series of popular mindfulness activities, such as raising sensory awareness, mindful colouring and walking. It has at its heart a collection of clips from feature and youth-made films.
This resource has been developed for young people transitioning from primary to secondary school. Remember to click on the links for the film and audio clips. You can answer any questions in your pink books! We hope you enjoy it!
Class reader - The Hobbit by J.R. Tolkien
We started our class reader 'The Hobbit' and we were really enjoying it! If you have access to the internet, I have found a free online link to the book for you to carry on reading. Enjoy everybody!
Work for week commencing 30th March 2020
Hello Year 6! We hope you are all keeping well! Please find below a Grammar task, a Maths reasoning task and a writing task for you to do next week. You can print off these papers or open them online and answer the questions in your pink book. The writing task can also be completed in your pink book.
Mrs Bailey and Mrs Dineley
Year 6 visit to Crosby Lakeside - Scrambler Bike initiative - Friday 13th September 2019.
As part of the Merseyside Police Scrambler Bike Project, Year 6 visited Crosby Lakeside to participate in a number of team building and individual sporting activities. We had a great day taking part in kayaking, raft building, dodgeball, archery and rock climbing. As always, we participated with enthusiasm and determination. Well done Elder Class!
A Day in Politics - Enabling Enterprise Day - Thursday 18th October 2019.
Our recent challenge day explored the world of politics! We worked in teams to come up with our own manifestos, party names, logos and posters. At the end of a hard day’s work we presented our ideas in a mini election. All our teams were brilliant; working with creativity, confidence, positivity and determination. Our elected winners of the day were The House of Elder - well done!
Enabling Enterprise Visit - Bruntwood, Liverpool - Friday 19th October 2019.
As a school we have been part of the Enabling Enterprise initiative for a number of years. We take on challenge days to develop a number of skills, with the view to give the pupils an insight into the world of work and working collaboratively on a project. The skills we work on are listening, presenting, problem solving, creativity, staying positive, aiming high, leadership and teamwork. As part of our experience, we were able to visit a business in Liverpool and we loved having the opportunity to work with people from the business as well as creating our very own towers - we were very persuasive, enthusiastic and creative! Thank you for having us for the day Bruntwood; the history of the property and range of businesses that use your building in the Cotton Exchange is amazing!