It’s your final year at Priory and July will come in the blink of an eye! This year is going to be a lot of fun, learning and hard work! I can’t wait for us to settle into our routines and make some amazing memories together. What are you looking forward to? What are you hoping to achieve?
Take a look at Year 6’s FANTASTIC papier mache mountains! Well done to everyone who took part – they were great 🙂
…. because they both have scales 😆 😆
Use this link to the Mapzone section of the Ordnance Survey website. When you’ve read all of the information, you might like to have a go at the map quizzes section…
This week has flown by in a flash! We began the week with some play rehearsals, found out more about Sikhism during our faith experience and attended an event at Sparken Hill to learn more about different careers. We squeezed in a bit of narrative writing when we began our stories set on a mountain before ending the week with a whole day art workshop with visiting artist and author duo, Duncan and Emma Pass. We created our own storyline and then made the printing plates ourselves! We can’t wait to see the finished comic in the exhibition at Worksop Library in July!
Year 6 had a breathtaking trip (in more ways than one!) on Thursday. We visited Derbyshire to take a walk past Ladybower Reservoir and then hiked up Win Hill. At 462m, it’s not quite a mountain but we certainly felt a mountainous sense of achievement when we reached the top!
This website is worth a look to see how you can persuade visitors that they can’t afford to miss out. If you wanted to look at the towns and villages link on there, you can also find more information about your group’s town. When you’ve done that, perhaps you could write a little post (in your own words) persuading us about an attraction we’d be bonkers to miss…
You might want to create your topic group mountain or another famous mountain from around the world. Maybe you’ll add some supporting research about the mountain you’ve created. Try to keep it manageable and allow yourself enough time for it to dry and be decorated. Remember – big isn’t necessarily better and don’t forget you’ll be taking it home at the end of term!
If a zoo keeper had 8543 Grams of food of 21 animals that needed feeding how much would each animal get and how much would be left over?
What is the most important thing in your life and why?