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St Mary's Catholic Primary School

Welcome to Year 6 2019-2020

Our teachers are Mrs Holt & Miss Cahill 

We will be updating this blog regularly so keep checking it out! 

Topic plan-Spring 2020- Mighty Mountains

Please find our welcome powerpoint for Year 6 that was on the 15th October 2019.

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Year 6 2019/20

Investigative skills - science

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This week in science the Y6 children were asked to work independently to investigate electricity. They independently: chose a question, predicted, carried out the experiment, recorded the results on iPads and then wrote conclusions to explain why their results occurred! Well done Year Six fantastic investigative skills! 

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Literacy 30-9-19

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Today in literacy we were text detectives and were searching for the language features of a setting description. We found expanded noun phrases, figurative language, fronted adverbial, adverbs, verbs and discussed how senses were described. 

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Making buns 25-9-19

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Today Year Six were asked to help decorate buns and biscuit in preparation for our McMillan coffee morning where re raised over £400! A big thank you to Lucy who helped all the children in our school decorate the buns as well as making them before hand! 

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Crucial crew 20.9.19

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Year six had a fantastic day at crucial crew learning all about how to stay safe in different situations. They had workshops on: bus safety, road safety, fire safety, arson, first aid, hate crimes, child criminal exploitation and even attended a juvenile court case! 

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AMRC electronics workshop 17.9.19

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Year 6 had an amazing morning with Mrs Swales from AMRC. They learnt all about electrons and what they are, how electricity moves, different types of energy as well as learning the difference between series and parallel circuits. 

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