Class 6C & Class 6D
Welcome to Year 6!!!
Our teachers are Mr Casper and Ms Davies.
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Our current topic is.... Wild Things
We will be adding lots of photos, information and pieces of work to this page as time goes on. Please check back soon.
We have had our running shoes on... 08.06.18
...for the annual Wooldale Team Marathon. This year we are raising money for Kirkwood Hospice. An enormous well done to all who took part.
Showing this week at a theatre near you.... 17.1.18
This Friday, 19th January, is the premier performance of "Julius Caesar" performed for your delight by the amazing acting talent of Class 6D. Watch their fantastic trailer below to find out what's in store. The curtain goes up at 2:30pm.... don't miss it!
Year 6 does "Bake Off" for Children in Need 17.11.17
Just look at this tiny selection of the cakes we made for Children in Need. They looked good, they tasted good and they raised money for charity. I reckon that's a win/win/win situation!!!
Visit to New Mill Memorial Room 10.11.17
Today we visited the New Mill Memorial Room. Many thanks to Mr Tinker for showing us around and helping us to leave our poppies in the garden.
"Cry havoc and unleash the dogs of war"!! 6.11.17
Today we had a visit from Julius Caesar.... Well, really it was actor Alex Fellowes who came to do a drama workshop with us based on William Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar". It was a lot of fun and really helped with our literacy and history. Today Wooldale.... tomorrow The Globe!!!
WW2 Extended Homework 1.11.17
There has been some amazing work produced by pupils for this extended homework. We've had biscuits, cakes, historical artefacts, verbal accounts of events... the list goes on and on. Well done to you all for all your effort, you really have worked hard...
RAF Maths 29.9.17
We have been working on real life maths problems and discovering how important good maths skills were for WW2 RAF pilots. We had to calculate how much fuel would be required to complete a mission. Miscalculation could result in capture or even death!
Trip to Eden Camp
We visited Eden Camp in North Yorkshire to learn as much as possible about WW2....