Did you know … When swimming, you are using EVERY major muscle in your body The first ever swimming goggles were crafted from tortoise shells. Fun was at the forefront of our swimming on Wellbeing Day – here’s what some of the children thought. What did you enjoy and how did swimming help your wellbeing? […]
We have ventured out of Tokyo for a few days and had a day meeting the Japan ladies softball team, visiting the Nissan Stadium (where England played in the Rugby World Cup!) and eating ramen noodles! Another “wow” day!
What a fantastic few days we have had in this truly amazing city: watching the GB Paralympic badminton players win matches; learning about the different school sports at Waseda High School; visiting the imperial palace and Senso-ji temple; enjoying singing karaoke on the big wheel at Dome City; trying Japanese food. We have learnt so […]
Devanshi and Sofia attended BBC Coventry and Warwickshire radio studio today for an interview with Vic Minett about their trip to Japan. Follow the link and go to 1:13:20 to listen to the interview! Well done girls. Great ambassadors for Broad Heath! https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p07rsq9f
What did you learn today about how devices in school connect to each other and the internet? What about at home? How do your devices connect to the internet? Who is your internet service provider?
What a fun-packed week we had in 6Red. Using maths skills to investigate designing and creating water bottle carriers, hiking in Dovedale, Rugby World Cup day. Here are some photos – check the Dovedale and Rugby World Cup blogs too. How did YOU demonstrate our values this week?
The stars of Year 6 have recorded a song for your delight and delectation! Hamzah N wrote this on the minibus on the way back from Dovedale. The talent of this year group never ceases to amaze us! Enjoy!
Can you spot the three maths themes?
Who’d have thought there was so much maths in rugby? Today we completed some tricky challenges – can you write a rugby maths problem on here for others to solve?
What a fabulous time we had – so proud of you all! What was the best bit for you? And your challenge is to learn Hamzah’s song so we can record it!
Here are the slides which were given at the meeting – a reminder for parents so they know where we are and what we are doing!
Have fun this half term with these challenges – try to stretch yourself! Your answers need to be in your homework books, not on the blog! Bronze Challenge: Silver Challenge: Gold Challenge:
We are all excited for our trip on Thursday – some important reminders for the day: Children need to be at school for 7:45am prompt as the coach will leaving 8.00am PROMPT! We aim to be back for 4.30pm traffic dependent. Please do not call the office, please check the school website for travel updates. […]
Yay! We did it! We swam from Coventry to Tokyo! Thank everyone who supported us. We will be holding a bake sale during break times on the first Monday back – Monday 28th – so don’t forget to bring some money to school!
Inspired by the Zulu workshops, 6 Red wanted to find out more about Zulu culture and present their new-found knowledge to the class. Look how hard they worked to perfect their performances! What are your top tips for presenting?
Year 6 have been learning about blood, its components and what keeps it healthy. There are different types of blood. What blood type are you?
What have you enjoyed about the Black Death topic? What else would you like to know?
The effect the Black Death had on society was huge, changing many aspects of people’s lives: religion, education, housing, families, sanitation, employment, medicine, the peasant revolt. What were the three key changes you discovered in your research? How have these impacted life today?
Here is the link to the Black Death quiz – keep a note of your score and log in your homework book. https://www.ducksters.com/history/middle_ages_black_death_questions.php
Just a reminder that there will be a meeting for parents and young ambassadors today after school in the studio. Look forward to seeing you all there.
What a lovely start to the weekend as our young ambassadors cheered on runners at the Memorial Park park run this morning. So many positive comments about our wonderful children! Well done and thank you, parents, for your support. Thanks to Mrs Frankish, Mrs Hardwick and Mrs Habib for coming to support! I look forward […]
We have been incredibly impressed with the maturity of many members of Year 6 in SMSC lessons where we have been discussing quite sensitive issues. Last week we talked about Shamima Begum and whether she has been treated fairly. Children have been able to confidently share their general knowledge and their views. This week we […]
What a fabulous day we have had reflecting upon our own health and wellbeing, practising strategies and techniques to stay healthy and happy. We thought about how our school values helped us GAIN. Most importantly, we had FUN! What was your greatest achievement of the day? What did you learn about yourself?
This week we will be learning to understand how people’s beliefs and actions are influenced and to appreciate two sides of an argument. We will be learning about the controversy surrounding Shamima Begum and discussing whether she has been treated fairly. Once again, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to […]
Today in SMSC Year 6 have learnt about human rights – lots of interesting debate! The BIG question: What do you think YOU can do to protect human rights within your classroom, your school, your family, your community?
Over the next five weeks children across the school will be learning about British Values, how they can contribute to them and how they influence how we live. This week in Year 6 we will be learning about human rights, why they are important and how they can be violated. We will be learning about: The […]
This Friday afternoon our CYAs will attend the Herbert Art Gallery to trial an activity for Coventry’s annual Heritage Week. We will leave after lunch and return before the end of the school day. Children should wear their purple t-shirts.
6 Red showed fantastic resilience and terrific teamwork in maths today when they took part in an Escape Room Challenge. What did you find most challenging? How did you display resilience?
At the end of October (after half term), Year 6 will be visiting Dovedale – a National Nature Reserve in the Peak District and home to the famous Stepping Stones. Please see the attached letter for all the information.
Hi Year 6, It’s time again to challenge your brains with Autumn 1’s Maths Challenge! Winners and prizes will be decided at the end of the half term. Good luck! Bronze Challenge: Silver Challenge: Gold Challenge: