• Y6 Making Music

    Today in Y6, children used the Piano app on iPads to play simple rhythms. They learnt about different note names and note lengths and also used the iPad keyboards to play notes to a regular beat. Y6, can you remember the names of the notes for 1, 2, 3 and 4 beats? There’s a smiley …

  • Algorithms in Y6

    This afternoon in Y6, children created their own algorithms. An algorithm is basically a set of clear and precise instructions. Children gave Mrs Hutton instructions on how to make a jam sandwich – yummy! They soon realised that they needed to break the instructions down into smaller steps (decomposing) to ensure the task was achieved …

  • Are our Year 6s a bunch of savages?

    This week, Y6 visited Clifton Park Museum to experience what it would have been like living in the Stone Age. They were able to hunt for food, build a village and they even learnt how to light a fire (which they will┬áNOT be trying at home!) Year 6, can you name the three different periods …

  • Stig of the Dump

    This afternoon in Y6, children have used tea-stained paper and charcoal sticks to create some fabulous drawings of Stig. He is the main character from this half term’s class novel, ‘Stig of the Dump’. When Barney (another main character from the story) first met Stig, he called him a ‘something’ but actually he is quite …