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Edwalton

Primary School

Making a difference, every day

Year 6

We designed and made spinners in Year 6. Children enjoyed thinking scientifically about how to improve their designs and which forces were impacting it. We’re also very lucky to have amazing grounds to test them in!

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Congratulations to Team Edwalton! Another trophy in the bank. The mixed Year 6 cricket team represented the school fantastically, coming out as overall winners!

Watch out, watch out, hoodies about! Year 6 modelling their leavers' hoodies this afternoon.

Our year 6 classes have learnt so much working with Dylan and Harley the

@NCFCFoundation  community coaches over the last few weeks on their ‘Move & Learn’ programme. Thanks so much for all your support, enthusiasm and motivation.

Year 6 enjoyed filming their news reports. Some even braved the elements!

Year 6 did a great job at completing Captain Tom Moore’s 100 challenge - ranging from burpees, cartwheels, forward rolls, hoops and pull-ups! A fab effort from everyone.

Thanks to @NCFCFoundation  coaches for kicking off our #MoveAndLearn workshop this morning in year 6. The children had great fun and are looking forward to working with you this half term.

A fantastic afternoon for Year 6 Golf Club!

Our Y6 Easter STEM challenge was eggstrordinary !! What a fun afternoon!

Year 6 enjoyed their 4square experience in PE this afternoon!

Year 6 have been using the school grounds to test and evaluate their periscopes.

Y6 using our lovely outdoor space for observational art. It’s good to be back.

It's great to be back!

Year 6 certainly saved their best for last! A truly phenomenal week - so many good pieces of work to celebrate.

 

Beech Class getting into the spirit of World Book Day!

The children have studied measures in Maths, written some exciting short stories in English and have learned about the importance of fossils in Science.

Year 6 children have had another fab week and should be really proud of their work this term. Who says lockdown learning is boring ? - Beech & Willow have produced some creative masterpieces.

Well done to Y6 for another jam packed week of learning. We have smashed algebra, created fabulous tourist posters, written emotive diary entries and started to learn about adaptation and evolution in Science. You are all doing brilliantly.

Y6 have continued with their polar exploration. They have mastered Arctic food webs, animal adaptations and formal letter writing - as well as smashing their arithmetic. A BIG well done to everyone.

Our Y6 children continue to amaze us with their work. This week they have produced some outstanding animal fact files and are currently recruiting a ship’s captain for Shackleton’s expedition. Well done.

Another amazing week of work from our Y6 - here is just a snapshot. Well done to all the children and thanks to their parents /carers for supporting.

As part of our new topic for this term, Y6 were asked to research and present of the differences & similarities of the polar regions. Here is a selection of their amazing work.

Beech Class are 'Park Point' winners!

Park points are given in each PE lesson to acknowledge class team work, support and respect for one another during the PE activities. The winners enjoy a visit to the park or a game of 'Manhunt' in the woods!

I spy with my little eye - Y6 Science learning about how we see.

Y6 putting their best foot forward to stand up against bullying!

A selection of some of our amazing WW1 poetry from Beech Class.

A few examples of our amazing Titanic art from Year 6!

Science memories in the making! This time Y6 had chance to explore the lungs.

Year 6 enjoyed getting active by creating their own HIIT sessions as part of their #StandUpNotts activities.

Y6 have been learning all about the heart and what it does.

 

In Science, Y6 enjoyed learning about the different components of blood. We even mocked up our own super sweet edible version!

A really positive start by our new Y6s this week. Lots of learning through interactive maths games and exploring the organs of the human body in science. Well done!

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