Year 6 Blog

Year 6- 22.11.19

Welcome one and all. Tall, small or just generally indifferent. Don’t worry you’re welcome here.
This week in maths we have been looking at decimals and comparing them, admiring them and even trying to figure those complex little fellas out. Maybe we are getting somewhere. We have looked at how they interact with their colleagues: percentages and fractions. It has been good. I like this unit.
What have we been doing in literacy this week? It’s a mystery…no it is genuinely a mystery we are looking at. The children are at the beginning of their mystery narrative unit so I am hoping for plots that twist and turn like a day out at Alton Towers.
In geography the children explored different rock types and how they interchange and in history we have looked at the Viking legacy in the English language. All very interesting stuff that is probably making you yearn for your childhood days again.
The children are on Bikeability and the weeks they do this in year 6 are almost as peaceful as the transition to year 7 week. I will miss them when they are out in the cold cycling away! I wonder what time This Morning starts tomorrow?
If you manage to make our assembly tomorrow then I think we will perform our song from Charanga that has changed all our lives. Don’t miss out!
Have a wonderful weekend,
Mr Furness