Lawrence View Reading challenge
Can you read a different book or chapter of a book every day for a week in a different place each day at home/ in your garden?
Send your photographs to your class teacher in one go. We will collate and let you know who the winners are!
Please log in to Class Dojo- www.classdojo.com for online learning during school closure.
Lots of online activities to keep children active
This link has a trove of activities that cover a whole range of subjects. It also has links to games
A new picture is shared each day to provoke discussion, debate or writing ideas.
A huge range of different resources and information broken down into key stages and year groups.
Lots of science subject areas covered with resources specifically designed for primary age children ( other subjects are also available on this site.)
Over the weekend this fantastic pebble game was made by Imogen. This gave me an idea! I have shared with you some other games that you could make and play with pebbles.I would love to see photos of your creations.Mrs.Lord
John Lewis and Waitrose launch 'Super Bear' design competition in support of the NHS John Lewis and Waitrose are asking children of all ages to help them create a 'Super-Bear' cuddly toy, to honour frontline workers and raise critical funds for the NHS. The competition was launched Friday 24 April, giving children two weeks to submit their designs. The brands are asking for toy ideas "That celebrate the spirit and fortitude of the fearless men and women working on the frontline during the Covid-19 crisis" To enter, children (or adults on children's behalf) must share their creations on social media using the hashtag #DesignYourSuperBear. The winning design will be turned into a real toy, to be sold exclusively in both Waitrose and John Lewis, with 100% of profits going to the NHS. The toy will go on-sale in October as one of the brand's iconic Christmas stuffed toys, beloved characters known to sell out year after year
Mr Blackburn and Mrs Lord welcome you to the year 6 page.
We love teaching the children in Year 6 and it is always great to see their enthusiasm and excellent attitudes for learning!
During the Spring term our science topic will be evolution.
In history we will ask the question: Is it fair? Slavery will be the main focus.
During this term we will be taking part in the D.A.R.E program, and creating abstract art.
In English we are reading Journey to Jo'Burg which is a South African story written by Beverley Naidoo
Year 6 really enjoy their BUDDY reading sessions with year 3, this will continue to take place every Friday
Please enjoy looking through our photos of some of the exciting things we get up to in year 6.
World Book day 2020
In year 6 we enjoyed lots of activities to celebrate world book day. We arrived at school dressed as our favourite book character. During the day we took part in a quiz about books, designed and decorated potatoes as a book character and read lots and lots of books.
Brooke was chosen as the winner in year 6 for the most inventive costume she came dressed as a cupcake from the Children's first easy cook book.
Year 6's recommended reads.
What not to do if you turn invisible written by Ross Welford
The girl who speaks bear written by Sophie Anderson
I am Malala written by Malala yousafzai
The diary of Anne Frank edited by Otto.H.Frank
The dog who saved the world written by Ross Welford
The 1,000 year old boy written by Ross Welford
Christmas jumper day - Save the children 2019
Year 6 all looked fantastic in their Christmas jumpers. the children made donations to the Save the children charity.
Year 6 and the turtles
Year 6 had a surprise visit from Harry the yellow belly slider and Flash the Mississippi Map.
Harry is 12 years old and Flash is 1, their favourite food is shrimp.
On the 21st November 2019, year 6 spent the afternoon at the Veolia recycling plant in Mansfield.
They took part in workshops and had a guided tour of the plant.
Our year 6 children came to school in their P'J's with their favourite teddy accompanied by their favourite book. The children donated a £1 and any loose change that they had spare for the charity.
Well done year 6
Reading for pleasure
Year 6 have enjoyed reading for pleasure in our classroom's dark den. All of the class had the opportunity to read in darkness with a torch to give atmosphere to the text they were reading,different genres were chosen, but many of the class decided to choose: Horror and suspense
"The den made reading exciting"- conner
"The new reading den was really cosy,I wanted to read in there all day!" -Lexi
"I enjoyed reading using the torches, I wanted to carry on reading, I don't normally enjoy reading but i did today!"- Regan