Last week 6RG braved the cold in their pyjamas to take their reading outside. This was our take on Extreme Reading! Click on a picture to see where we read our books! 6RG Extreme Readers on PhotoPeach
Year 6 have been busy celebrating World Book Day. Below some of our children tell us what their favourite part of the day was…
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 [...]
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 [...]
Session One… It’s harder than it looks, this bike riding business! Today marked my first efforts towards achieving my new year’s resolution: I will learn to ride a bike. If I’m honest, this has been a resolution of mine before. Needless to say, I didn’t meet it. If I’m being really honest, I’ve never met [...]
Year 6 have been inspired by the cold weather lately. We wrote our own winter poems. Here are a few!
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, [...]
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 [...]
As we all put our feet up for the holidays and cross our fingers for a summer of glorious weather, we can all look back at another great year at our school. There are many things we can look back and smile about this year, therefore I would like to know what your highlight of [...]
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 [...]
This is rather late this week but at the end of week 3 this is how the table looked! Keep up the good work and remember to work as a team, use your Active Listening Muscle and work well in order to make progress up the table!
Well, we are already at the end of our 2nd week learning all about the Olympics! All the displays around our school look great and there are flags everywhere to celebrate each country involved. Mr Swales has been awarding Olympic medals in PE lessons again this week for those classes who have worked well, shown [...]
This week we all started our Creative Curriculum topic; The Olympics. As part of this, each class is studying a country and in PE Mr Swales is awarding our class-countries medals based on their effort, teamwork and behaviour during PE lessons. After one week this is how the medal table looks; Well done to those [...]
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 [...]
Some lucky children in Year 6 learned how to set up their own blogs. They used WordPress and created accounts. Although we still have lots of work to do with individual blogs, one blog in particular that is worth a look at is Sara’s. She has uploaded a couple of stories so far and would [...]
Saphia used all the features of reports, her Talk for Writing text map and her target card to write a report about Lions. We have been looking the Diary of a Killer Cat in Literacy and decided to research real killer cats. This was the end result. I’m sure Saphia would love to know what [...]
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 [...]
All the teachers at Princeville love uploading your work and pictures to our blog and we really appreciate your comments. However lately some people have forgotten a few basic things: 1. What our blog rules are 2. Why we use our blog We use our blog to share our work, now the whole world can [...]
Can you take part in our survey this week to help year 6 gather some data for their maths lessons? Which Learning Muscle do you use most?
Calling all Princeville Children Can you recommend a book to Mr Harrison’s school, Miriam Lord Primary? If you’ve just read a really cool book or enjoyed a thrilling story, click on the writing here (not the picture) and tell Miriam Lord all about it. Remember our blogging rules and check your writing before posting! Mr [...]