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Welcome to Year 6

5.7.21 - Peter Pan Produciton

This week children will be performing their production of Peter Pan to parents. They have been working so hard and we can't wait for everyone to see it. There is no doubt that we have some very talented performers and amazing singers in our year group. Some of our favourite songs from our play are 'I'll Never Grow Up', 'Wendy' and 'Hook's Tarentella'. On Friday, we performed to the Year 5 children who thoroughly enjoyed the show. Below are some pictures from our dress rehearsal. 

28.6.21 - Rounders and Peter Pan

This week children in Oak and Olive have enjoyed playing rounders against each other. There were some very close games with one or two point differences. Olive class proved to be the better fielders with some amazing catches. However, everyone tried their best and enjoyed playing as a team. Children have also been working hard on their production of Peter Pan. We are very excited to be able to perform it next week to parents. 

 

14.6.21 - Singing to Loganberry Lodge and Sports Day 

Last week was a very busy week in Year 6. First, on Thursday the Year 6 children were invited to sing to some of the residents of Loganberry Lodge this was done via zoom. The children sang “Sing” by Gary Barlow and then listened to the residents sing “Que Sera Sera” jointly we all sang “Mamma Mia”. The children asked questions of the residents and we found out that they love music as much as we do! Although our tastes vary a lot!

Then on Friday it was the Year 6 Sports Day. For this children took part in every event trying to earn as many points as they could. Some of the events were old favourites such as egg and spoon, javelin and three-legged but there were also some new events like tri-golf target shots and football shootout. The children had a great time although slightly tired and out of breath by the end of it. 

7.6.21 Year 6 Residential Trip to Kingswood

Before the half term, many of the Year 6 students spent a week in Kingswood - an outdoor centre on the Norfolk coast. Here children took part in a variety of activities such as leap of faith, abseiling, zip line, archery, buggy build, lazer and many more! It was a fantastic week away; one which gave children lasting memories. It also allowed them to develop their independence, resilience, confidence and teamwork. For a detailed diary of this trip please go to the curriculum section. There will also be more photographs on the schools gallery page. 

20.5.21 - Flying Seagulls Project

Year 6 were lucky on Wednesday to have the Flying Seagull Project visit us in school to deliver one of their circus-style performances. Lots of fun, silliness and laughter was had by all. It was a very interactive performance which encouraged audience participation and dancing. It ended on a very nice message of how we all have a special light inside of us so if we ever get stressed or worried we can remember this light and know we are brave, special and intelligent. 

14.4.21 - Science

This week each afternoon we have been developing our Science knowledge and understanding related to light. We started the week understanding the terms transparent, translucent and opaque. Then children investigated how light travels in straight lines and they enjoyed using the light boxes and lazers to see how light is reflected. After this we looked in detail at the structure of the eye and learned about how our eyes work. 

 

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4.5.21 - Year 6 Production of Peter Pan

This week in Year 6 is Music week. Each afternoon we are focussing on developing our music skills alongside PE, PSHE and French. Today children used O-Generater to create a Disney style movie introduction. 

We are also working hard on learning some of the songs to our Year 6 play which this year is Peter Pan. 

Auditions for the main roles such as Peter, Wendy, Captain Hook and Smee will take place on Monday 10th May. 

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