Year 6 – Battleship fun

To consolidate our Maths learning this week, Year 6  have had great fun playing battleships with a partner of their choice. They showed great maturity in their choices of their partner and thought about themselves as a learner rather than working with their friends. Year 6, how did you decide who you wanted to learn with this morning?

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Year 6 – Zumba

Due to the rain this morning, we were unable to run outdoors so we took the opportunity to do a 15 min Zumba activity which was instructed by Miss Short. Both myself and Miss Short had a great time and felt ready for the learning ahead.

Year 6 – What are your thoughts on the Zumba this morning? Let us know your thoughts.

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Year 5&6 – Active Maths

Whilst some of the year 5 and 6 children were practicing for the Rickmansworth festival, the rest of us were enjoying ourselves with Active Maths activities. The children were split up into 3 groups and spent 20 mins on each activity. Lots of learning was taking place, from fractions, decimals and percentages to balancing and estimating.

Year 5 & 6 – Which activity did you enjoy the most and why?

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Year 6 – Shared Writing

This morning, Year 6 spent some time discussing and debating what should be included in a paragraph, linked to our text, Journey to Jo’Burg. They then began to write their paragraph as a group. The children showed great collaboration when writing and voiced their opinions and ideas respectfully with one another. Year 6 – What did you find challenging about the shared writing?

 

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Year 6 – Councillor visit

This morning, Year 6 welcomed Councillor Andrew Scarth to their class. They were extremely enthusiatic and engaged in the role of a councillor. The children were given the opportunity to ask questions and they shared there learning both in and out of the school with him.

We would like to say a big thank you to Councillor Andrew Scarth for taking time to come and see our school.

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