Welcome to Class 14!
Class teachers - Mrs Pearson and Mrs Baron
Hello and welcome to class 14. We are pleased to welcome all of our year 6 children into our class and hope that they have enjoyed their first few days. The children are settling well and are becoming prepared for the year ahead.
Watch out for photos from our first week in Year 6 coming up very soon.
In the meantime, if you have any questions or would like to speak to us regarding your child, please do not hesitate to come in and
Mrs Baron, Mrs Pearson and Mr Hughes
Class 14 Assembly
Class 14 have been incredibly busy this week finishing learning their lines, making props and completing their artwork in time for their class assembly.
Our theme this year was on 'homelessness'. As part of our music lessons, we have been learning the song 'The Streets of London' and we decided that this would be the focus of our assembly and making others aware that homelessness can affect anyone.
The children performed amazingly and we were very lucky to have wonderful audiences who listened brilliantly to the message that we should all be grateful for the things we have in our lives including our family, friends, homes and possessions.
Well done Class 14! Mrs Baron, Mrs Pearson and Mr Hughes are incredibly proud of you!
What are Microbes?
As part of Class 14's 'thinking scientfically' lessons, we have ben learning about micro-organisms and microbes. Last week, we made 3 different types of microbes - bacterium, virus and fungus using materials they were provided with.
This week, we have been focusing on useful microbes. We learnt that bread dough rises through the action of helpful fungus known as yeast.
Here are our Year 6 children, carrying out an investigation using our 'observation' skills to see how useful microbes help bread dougn rise.