Year 6 Blog
- Read MorePublished 27/03/22, by Andy MariDuring this week, we started our mock SATs. Although some of us were the hall, an unfamiliar surrounding, Miss Williams and Mr Alden were there. Some people were in their classroom (Ash and Elder), a familiar surrounding, although they did not have familiar adults. We felt that the SATs went okay overall. We did have nerves on Monday but we know that our teachers are proud of us as long as we try our best! In Year 6, we really have shown determination, resilience, and tenacity.On Wednesday, we received a letter from the Stevenage Council telling us about a proposed wind turbine farm that is coming to Stevenage! We were all shocked and excited about this as they asked us to write a letter back detailing the advantages and disadvantages of this!By Eriola and Olivia R
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Latest Year 6 newsPublished 12/03/22, by Andy Mari
In Year 6 we have been working hard the last few weeks revisiting many maths concepts during our lessons as well as in the afternoons as revision sessions and using a new SPaG website to support us in readiness for our end of year tests. We have all worked extremely hard to improve our scores based on our targets and we even managed to make one of our teachers cry (don't worry they were happy tears). But wait, it hasn't all been intense. We went to London on a coach to the Science museum where we had lots of immersive experiences looking at things from the past, medicines, as well as our main focus which was around natural resources and energy. It was also fun having a trip out on the coach. This week, we were visited by a member of the police who spoke to us about bullying and social media and how we can keep safe online. He told us about different types of bullying and what we can watch out for. Also, this week, we have had lots of the Year 6 children represent the school in various sporting events: indoor sportshall athletics, football match against The Leys and a netball match against Bedwell.
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