Year 6 - Miss Eastwood and Mr Newbold
Summer 1st half term - 2017
Cornerstones Imaginative Learning Project - Gallery Rebels
Spring 2nd half term - 2017
Cornerstones Imaginative Learning Project - Blood Heart
Spring 1st half term - 2017
Cornerstones Imaginative Learning Project - Frozen Kingdom
Welcome to the planet's coldest lands ... vast wildernesses, hostile territories, incredibly beautiful but often deadly. Take shelter from the elements or fall prey to icy winds and deepest chill.
Year 6 - Laches Wood Residential Visit - 21st to 25th November
Year 6 Mannequin Challenge on top of The Long Mynd!
Click here to access a small selection of photographs from day four of the Year 6 residential visit to Laches Wood November 2016
Click here to access some photographs from day two of the Year 6 residential visit to Laches Wood November 2016
Click here to access some photographs from the first day of the Year 6 residential visit to Laches Wood November 2016.
Autumn 2nd half term - 2016
Cornerstones Imaginative Learning Project - ID
Who do you think you are? Let's discover what makes you....you!
This half term Year 6 pupils will explore the world of human identity and how our unique features can be used to tell us apart from others or help to solve a crime! They will learn about their unique features such as fingerprints and footprints, genes and DNA but also consider the similarities between themselves and others in their families.
Pupils will complete various types of writing on the theme of identity and express their personal opinions and views.
Remember - there's only one you: you're one of a kind!
Autumn 1st half term - 2016
Cornerstones Imaginative Learning Project - Revolution
Are you listening boy? What is 99 + 46? Come on - faster now, we haven't got all day!
This half term Year 6 will be finding out about super strict schools by travelling back in time to a Victorian classroom. All pupils will need to make sure they are on their best behaviour as punishments are unquestionably terrible!
Pupils will be discovering a time when great minds thought new thoughts and ingenious inventors created so many things we take for granted today: the electric light bulb, the telephone and even the first flushing loo!
Year 6 will be researching a time when Victoria was Queen and Albert was Prince Consort, and when some people lived in slums while others prospered.
Full steam ahead to the Victorian age!
Year 6 - Victorian Day - Friday 9th September
Pupils in Year 6 were transported back in time to the Victorian era as part of their 'Revolution' Cornerstones ILP (Interactive Learning Project). Boys and girls were educated in different classrooms learning very different subjects. Silence reigned in both classrooms as Mr Newbold and Miss Eastwood were transformed into two super strict Victorian teachers.
Useful Web Sites to Support Learning in Year 6
Click on the fingerprint above to visit the BBC Bitesize web page and learn about Evolution and inheritance.
Visit the Museum of London website by clicking the image above, to find out what life was like for children in Victorian London.
Click the image above to visit the Black Country Living Museum web site and learn about the industrial development of the West Midlands during the Victorian era.
Useful Web Sites To Support Preparation for Key Stage 2 Tests
Click the image above to access the sample Key Stage 2 / Year 6 tests for May 2016.
There are lots of web sites available where it is possible to access and download examples of past Key Stage 2 test papers. Past papers are very useful to look at for examples of test questions. We would also recomend that you look at the mark schemes for the past papers to give you guidance on how marks are awarded.
Excellent web site with a range of quizzes to develop children's knowledge and understanding. The quiz format constantly makes children think and concentrate so that learning keeps moving forward in a snappy way. After every question pupils are instantly told whether they have answered correctly. Where appropriate, helpful hints are given to make things clearer and to prevent pupils from making mistakes.