# The Life of Leif Eriksson

Year 6′s Literacy theme this half term has been Vikings. We interviewed a Viking known as Leif Eriksson and gathered more notes from the internet. We then turned them into biographies using; facts, 3rd person, past tense and clauses. Below are some examples of our biographical writing, we’d really appreciate your comments on our work [...]

# Princeville in the snow!

Here are the snowmen I’ve received so far. It’s a pleasure to see whole family efforts from the Ahmeds and the Mahmoods! Well done for collaborating on your projects. A summary from Mr Stott: Mr Stott and Miss Lawton’s effort – we found the snow quite tricky to work with and had to use our [...]

# Connectives Year 6

Look at the posters around the room. Write a for AND against statement for each picture using connectives. 1. Choose your risk 2. Write your argument 3. Write the risk your took 4. Press post comment Low Risk (EAL) Use the word because Low Risk Use because, So + ! Medium Risk Use Because, so, [...]

# Science Fiction Book Reviews

Review your Sci-Fi story. Low Risk – Likes/Dislikes/Puzzles and Patterns from your group review Medium Risk – Likes/Dislikes/Puzzles and Patterns from your independent work High Risk – Use the questions as subheadings for your review Super High Risk – Write your own book review imitating the example in First News At the end of your [...]

# Maths Puzzle 1

Welcome back to a new and exciting year ahead. Next Friday will be the 14th of September. If we break up for half term on the 24th of October. How many days will we have in school between those dates? Remember to only work out how many school days we will be in school.

# Maths Puzzle of the Week Summer 7

With all this awful weather and rain that we have been having, my roof has started to leak. I only have one small bucket and that one small bucket can hold 50millilitres of water. The forecast says that 255millilitres of rain water will fall into the bucket. How many times will I have to empty [...]

# Maths Puzzle of the Week Summer 6

Dawn, Mark, Josh and Tina are friends. They each have a nick-name. Their nick-names are Spider, Curly, Ace and Fudgy, but not in that order. What is the nick-name of each of the friends? Clues  Josh plays tennis with Curly and goes swimming with Ace.  Tina has been on holiday with Curly but [...]

Year 6 are beginning their post SATs Apprentice Project. This involves them designing, making and publishing their own books. As part of our market research this week we need your help! Please click on a link below and complete our surveys please. They will help our groups decide what type of story they will write [...]

# Maths Puzzle of the Week Summer 5

I have three cat friends who are trying to work out how much they each weigh. Their owners have given them some of the information, but they need help to work it out fully. Can you help them? They each have a different weight. Chico and Mr Wiggles weigh 7kg together. Mr Wiggles and Lionel [...]

# Maths Puzzle of the Week Summer 3

Can you work out how many of each red nose Coco the clown bought? I spent £2 on 20p and 10p red noses. I bought three times as many 10p red noses as 20p red noses. How many of each red nose did I buy?

# Maths Puzzles of the Week Summer 2

Can you help the wrestler work out the total number of medals that he has won? Hi, I’m Kakoora and Im a sumo wrestler. I have won so many medals I struggle to count them all. I put them in fours and there were two left over. I counted them in fives and there was [...]

# Multiplication Medallist Champions

I hope you all enjoyed the assembly as much as I did, it was very exciting and a close competition. Congratulations to our Upper Key Stage 2 champions from Year 5, who managed to beat Year 6 in each category! Congratulations to our Lower Key Stage 2 champions from year 3, who managed to beat [...]

# Maths Puzzle of the Week – Summer Term 1

Can you help the pirate to calculate how many pieces of treasure that he has found? Remember to work logically and check each number once you think you have found the correct amount. Good Luck!

# Year 6 Boosters Work

Year 6, your task is to write sentences about the characters from How To Train Your Dragon. We are practising Level 4 sentences with emphasis on green phrases (to add extra information) so I’m looking for use of commas and brackets to add a clause. We can then ask our blog readers and visitors to [...]

# Maths Puzzle of the Week 6

A big congratulations to Yusra in year 6 for solving the puzzle. This week Yusra has chosen the type of puzzle and it is as follows…. Detective Dahlia, needs your help before her case deadline, which is Friday lunchtime. Good luck, Miss Lawton.

# YEAR 6 VISIT B.R.I

YEAR 6 AT Bradford Royal Infirmary on PhotoPeach Year 6 visited Bradford Royal Infirmary this week and learnt some key life saving skills. We had a go at CPR using training dolls. We all left the hospital with our fingers in little plaster casts too – but don’t worry we didn’t break our fingers it [...]

# Maths Puzzle of the Week 5

The previous puzzle was quite tricky and unfortunately no-one managed to solve it correctly, so here is a sequence puzzle for you to have a go at. Have a look at the sequence What number comes next? 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, ___ Try to come up with a rule that makes [...]

# World Maths Day

World Maths Day was a great success thanks to the staff and children who took part. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. Over the course of the day 293,571,831 questions were answered correctly and each and every member of our school contributed towards that. A massive congratualtions is in order! I [...]

# The World Education Games are coming!

Countdown has begun! THE WORLD EDUCATION GAMES 6-8 MARCH 2012 Exciting times are coming….World Maths Day is on the 7th March 2012, BE A PART OF IT! The World Education Games are due to take place in March and we have entered to take part. Follow these simple steps to log in: 1. Go to [...]

# Maths puzzle 3 solution

If you look at the hundred square it will show you how many number threes there are up to 100, there are 20. If we double this then we get 40, which would be for 200. Then we have 203, 213, 223, 230, 231 and 232 which is a grand total of 46. Congratulations to [...]