Today, Cora in Year 6 received a book of her choice after reading an astonishing 90 books. We couldn’t be prouder! She is an inspiration to other readers across school. Well done Cora!
Writing reports has been our focus in English this week. We have watched Newsround daily, saving a very special edition for today, which describes the life of children with autism. It was great to how the children viewed their own lives. We came to the …
What an amazing opportunity to be involved in an event within our local community! Year 6 visited Ingrow Station on 29th March for the return of the Bahamas Locomotive, after its one million pound refurbishment. We had a fantastic day; we met the Major of …
On Thursday 28th February we celebrated World Science Day. In Year 6, we carried out experiments in our outdoor environment. We investigated how the surface area and amount of sugar affected the reaction of a mint being dropped in a fizzy drink.
Year 6 had piloted Times tables rock stars and absolutely loved it! We decided to roll this out to the rest of the school, having a dress up day to mark the occasion. Here are some of our rock stars in Year 6
This week, year 6 visited Keighley Library to learn about local women who campaigned for peace during and after World War 1. We had a fantastic time and were mesmerised by the things we learnt. Have a look at our images below:
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