♥ Y6 are all heart ♥

We’ve had another good week in Year 6. We enjoyed our first Science lesson finding out about the human heart and what an incredible job it does. We then looked in more detail to create some sketches and the results were amazing – Year 6 are a very creative bunch! We followed this up in Reciprocal Reading today by reading a report to find out even more! Can anyone post any of their new-found knowledge about the heart?

We have also been working very hard to beat our scores in our CLIC, SAFE & Learn Its Challenges and I was delighted to see so many children applying work into the challenges from the interventions they’ve had. Let’s see if we can have just as good a week this week…

Because we’re trying to be super speedy, we’re refreshing all of our times tables and our Learn Its this week are

6 x 4 = 24

9 x 4 = 36

7 x 4 = 28

12 x 4 = 48

I wonder who will beat their score this week….


15 thoughts on “♥ Y6 are all heart ♥

  1. We are both ready for the challenges in year 6 Mrs Larkin.
    So far we have enjoyed the maths with addition and subtraction!
    And we can’t wait for it it will be amazing

  2. Hi Mrs Larkin 🙂 😉
    I have learnt that the heart works harder than any other muscle when we excercise.
    I’ll get back to you soon . 🙂 😉 😉 🙂

  3. hello Mrs Larkin we have loved these few weeks we wonder what the future will be like. We have had a lovely time in year 6 so far. We are also loving the topic. Hope you are having a good day. Thank you for being a great teacher. We love all of the maths and english topic and science

  4. Hi Mrs Larkin you hope you have a good weekend and everyone else in our class.

    Can anyone answer these questions?
    98.45 – 43.56=
    Who ever answers these questions I will see whether you get them right.😎👼👌👍:-)

  5. Hello Mrs Larkin it is me Elisha! I hope you are OK. I am doing very well in Portland
    I hope you are having a good half term (i know I am because i have had no homework)
    Also, I have not had any detentions yet! ya!

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