6MJ please look at your spellings and comment on the blog with some interesting sentences using these words. Again best use of the word will win a prize.
On Tuesday the whole of Year 6 visited Ilkley Literature Festival. It was exciting travelling by bus and train to get there. When we got there we then had to follow a trail to try and find Wally in shop windows! This involved map reading and searching for Wally who hiding in various places, behind menus, next to balls of wool and on the brakes of a scooter to name just a few of the imaginative places.
We then went to listen to an excellent author M.G. Leonard who has written books about beetles. Some of the children bought books which were clearly so riveting that they had to be started on the station platform, before we had even caught the train home!
Thank you to the parents who attended the Parents’ Maths Meeting this week and well done to the children who demonstrated the written methods used in school.
Below are the spellings for this week. 6MJ please comment and leave a new sentence for one of the spellings.
Best sentence wins a prize!
Well done Year 6 for making cakes for the Macmillan Coffee morning held today at the ACE Café. It was really busy with lots of cakes and hot drinks being consumed.
Year 6 had a brilliant visit to Otley Chevin. As part of our studies we were looking at the rocks, deciding what kinds they were and speculating on how they would have been formed.
You can clearly see the horizontal lines of the tidal laminates shown above – layers deposited in very shallow water in a single tide. We found it difficult to imagine that the area was all once underwater.
Welcome to a new school year. One of the first things that we did was to taste some of the delicious fruit that has appeared in the Orchard over the Summer – prize winning apples for both flavour and appearance!