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Year 6

We shared our extraordinary 'Extreme Earth' homework with Years 3,4 and 5.

We used a variety of resources to show visual representations of fractions and then put them on to a number line. We then visited other tables to 'Spot the Mistake', discussing and explaining what we found.

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Witches Descend on the Chalk

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Witches Descend on the Chalk

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6JM acting out parts of a newspaper article about Witches. We are planning our newspaper reports as we focus on our new class reading book, The Wee Free Men, written by Terry Prachett

The newest additions to St. Marie's Primary- our Reading Bears! Our fluffy, friendly friends are looking forward to reading with you at home...

In Maths, we represented equivalent fractions and their simplified form. We then made a deliberate error for our peers who had to 'spot the mistake' and prove it.

In Maths, we represented equivalent fractions and their simplified form. We then made a deliberate error for our peers who had to 'spot the mistake' and prove it. 1
In Maths, we represented equivalent fractions and their simplified form. We then made a deliberate error for our peers who had to 'spot the mistake' and prove it. 2
In Maths, we represented equivalent fractions and their simplified form. We then made a deliberate error for our peers who had to 'spot the mistake' and prove it. 3
In Maths, we represented equivalent fractions and their simplified form. We then made a deliberate error for our peers who had to 'spot the mistake' and prove it. 4
In Maths, we represented equivalent fractions and their simplified form. We then made a deliberate error for our peers who had to 'spot the mistake' and prove it. 5
In Maths, we represented equivalent fractions and their simplified form. We then made a deliberate error for our peers who had to 'spot the mistake' and prove it. 6
In Maths, we represented equivalent fractions and their simplified form. We then made a deliberate error for our peers who had to 'spot the mistake' and prove it. 7
In Maths, we represented equivalent fractions and their simplified form. We then made a deliberate error for our peers who had to 'spot the mistake' and prove it. 8
In Maths, we represented equivalent fractions and their simplified form. We then made a deliberate error for our peers who had to 'spot the mistake' and prove it. 9
In Maths, we represented equivalent fractions and their simplified form. We then made a deliberate error for our peers who had to 'spot the mistake' and prove it. 10
In Maths, we represented equivalent fractions and their simplified form. We then made a deliberate error for our peers who had to 'spot the mistake' and prove it. 11
In Maths, we represented equivalent fractions and their simplified form. We then made a deliberate error for our peers who had to 'spot the mistake' and prove it. 12

Tag Rugby Tournament - Tuesday 6th November 2018

We ended our 'Out of this World' Topic in style by trying some Astronaut food... Yum!

In RE, we did a hot-seating activity about Peter's declaration of Jesus (Mark 8:27-30)

In Science, we were investigating which exercise raised out heart rate the most.

In Science, we were investigating which exercise raised out heart rate the most. 1
In Science, we were investigating which exercise raised out heart rate the most. 2
In Science, we were investigating which exercise raised out heart rate the most. 3
In Science, we were investigating which exercise raised out heart rate the most. 4
In Science, we were investigating which exercise raised out heart rate the most. 5
In Science, we were investigating which exercise raised out heart rate the most. 6

Come and take a look, at your teacher's current book! What are you currently reading?

Year Six held a debate about which planet was the best for humans to relocate to - Pandora or Tatooine. Which would you choose?

Year Six enjoyed hosting the McMillan Coffee Morning. There was a lot of energy, fantastic team-work and interesting sales techniques, an excellent day and £350 raised for charity.

Year Six have been learning about the Circulatory System, how it works and why it is important.

Using 'The Poetree' to support our poetry writing in RE.

Using 'The Poetree' to support our poetry writing in RE. 1
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Ten Commandments 'Poetree'

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During RE, we explored religious vocabulary to help us reflect upon the Ten Commandments.

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'Survivors' - using a familiar text during reading comprehension helps to support our inference and retrieval skills.

Daily 'Maths Meeting' time helps us to practice key mathematical skills and vocabulary.

Year Six information

Our Term One topic is 'Out of this World'. We produced some excellent work over the summer holiday to began our learning.

Our Term One topic is 'Out of this World'. We produced some excellent work over the summer holiday to began our learning. 1

Year Six wrote poems based on stories from the class reader 'Survivors'. This was followed by a focused editing and improving session.

6SB won the Attendance Award and are excited to share their learning time with Webb this week.

6SB won the Attendance Award and are excited to share their learning time with Webb this week. 1

Science Day

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