Class 6 White Blog 16-17
Take a look at our circus tricks themed PE lesson! Did you enjoy the lesson? What skills did you master? What did you find more difficult? Well done to EVERYONE for getting stuck in and having a go!
Today some of the children sculpted elephants out of clay. They followed step by step instructions and applied different skills and technique to ensure their elephant did not break up. What skills and techniques did you use to create your elephant? Did you find the task challenging?
Today I set some independent learners a challenge to research and answer the big question: Should all animals be banned from circuses?’ They researched, did some written work, and then gave a presentation to the class. You can watch it below. Comment saying what your own opinion is regarding this issue, and tell me what […]
Today we wrote and recited some circus poetry. Because the circus is a fun place we wanted to use rhymes in our poems as well as other poetic features such as alliteration and repetition for effect. Here are some of my favourites:
Today we have been advertising a Spanish circus, in Spanish of course! Some of us created posters and then presented them to the class and other children created TV advertisements. Take a look below! What new Spanish vocabulary did you learn? What sentences did you construct in Spanish? Don’t forget to say what the translation […]
Good luck to all the Year 6 in your future endeavours! We hope you will always remember Broad Heath.
Hi everyone, Here is your final portfolio page for your time here at Broad Heath. We have had fun teaching you and you have Gained and are now ready for your new challenges ahead. We will miss you all and we wish you every success in your future studies. Take care and do come and […]
Here is a brilliant, thought provoking competition for you or your child to enter. It is to think about a job they would like to have in the future. Whether it is the brains behind bringing water to the Kalahari Desert or building the first robot hairdresser or being an alien lawyer… There are prizes […]
In Year 6, to start of ‘Circus Week’, children in Year 6 researched information about the Circus and created a fact-file. Some children in Year 6 created an iMovie to showcase their learning. What information did you find about the circus:- 1. When and where did the circus originate from? 2. What acts are performed […]
The year 6 Prom will happen on Wednesday 19th July. 5.30pm to 7.30pm. Looking forward to seeing everyone there!
Here is a news report about a girl called Germaine, who grew up in a ‘Circus family:- CIRCUS LIFE: ‘IT WAS CHAOTIC – BUT WE WERE ONE BIG FAMILY’ Top talent: Germaine Delbosq While some of us dream of running away to join the circus, Germaine Delbosq was born into it. She describes her eccentric […]
This weeks attendance is 96.7% We have slipped this week – Lets try and aim for 97% in the last week of term.
Lets look at Circus posters through the ages and compare and contrast similarities and differences. I would like you to list these and then comment on which you prefer and why? Are they persuasive enough? What could be improved?
We hope you all had an amazing week. The staff were all extremely proud of the discussions, role play, maths, art work…..we could go on and on. This week has proven a further example of what we can achieve when we work together and also shown that we are indeed a courageous cohesive community with […]
Today we created videos for people who are new to Great Britain. We included information about British values, British customs and traditions and all sorts of other information! Watch and leave a comment!
Hi Year 6, As our Prom Night is upon us next week. We are giving you the opportunity to think about what songs you would like to be played so we can create a playlist. Your choices need to be blogged by Monday – 17th July. Please write the name of the song and the […]
Today we looked at a range of policies proposed by US President Donald Trump. We looked at the different viewpoints surrounding the ideas and evaluated whether or not they supported British Values. We also formed and explained our own opinions on the statements. 1) Donald Trump wants to increase the size of the American army […]
In Britain we believe in equality for all, are we right? INTERNATIONAL Saudis to allow girls to play sports in public schools Saudi Arabia’s Education Ministry says it will introduce physical education classes for girls in public schools next year – four years after the kingdom formally approved sports for girls in private schools. […]
We will have a whole school picnic at 12 and children are free to leave at 1 pm. Nursery will be open in the morning that day, for afternoon and morning children together from 8:30-11:30 am. Any questions please ask.
The last dinner money payment of the year is £12.00 which is due to be paid on Monday 17th. ANY OUTSTANDING BALANCES MUST BE PAID THIS WEEK. Thank you in advance!
Year 6 have been researching the different myths surrounding refugees entering the UK. They looked at positive reasons for why the UK should take these people and then the negative reasons. We had a class discussion and some interesting posts were raised. Please answer these questions. What are refugees? Why should we take refugees into […]
Day 2 – Year 6 Red we presented speeches promoting British Values with an emphasis on unity. The children were asked to include: A focus on tolerance and harmony between different cultural traditions After watching this outstanding video, answer the following:- How can we define British Values? What does it mean to be British or […]
Today the children have been learning about ‘The rule of law’ and how it helps to keep a stable government. Our police force keeps us safe and makes sure people do not do the wrong thing and break the law. The children have been thinking about what it would be like with no rules. What […]
Today the children presented a speech promoting British Values. They has to consider the following points: Tolerance and harmony between different cultural traditions, emphasising on unity and how to promote British Values. Take a look at our speeches we created. How can you define British values? What does it mean to you to be British? […]
Day 2 – Today in Year 6 Red, we learnt about ‘The Rule of Law’. We looked at what this means and discussed what life in Britain would be like with no rules. Can you add your thoughts to this blog, What would our lives be like here in Britain, without any rules? Why are […]
This week is British Values week. Today we started the day by having a special visit from Deputy Lieutenant Lord George Marsh. In preparation, the children wrote what it means to be British on a flag and these were hung around the Muga. The national anthem was sang by the whole school. Lord Lieutenant addressed […]
Day 1 of British Values, Year 6 started off with debating about some of the issues linked to a border wall. We started off with an interesting discussion and what we personally thought about this issue. We then split into 2 teams ‘for and against’ to debate the issue. Some of us shared our […]