Year 6Miss Goldsmith and Mrs Storey
Hello and welcome to class 6!
We know that year 6 will be a year full of challenge and excitement – in fact we think it’s going to be the best year ever! There are 25 children in our class. Our teacher is called Miss Goldsmith and Mrs Storey is our teaching assistant.
There is so much we love to do. Some of us are great sportsmen and women and some are fantastic artists; we have quite a few mathematicians, a handful of future computer programmers and even a few budding authors! Whatever our talents, we love to share them with each other and help our friends learn and excel!
We can’t wait to see what the year brings!
Some of Year 4 worked together to solve a roman numeral crossword. We were so proud of each other when we completed it! For some of us, it was our first time trying to do a crossword of any kind and Mrs Wardle made it even harder by making us solve calculations in roman numerals!
The Sunderland LAF Team have been working alongside Year 4 around leading a healthy lifestyle. We discussed the different food groups and what makes up a balanced meal and we were shocked when we found out how many teaspoons of sugar there are in a mars bar and a can of coke!
We have been completed puzzles in Maths – some us completed paper jigsaws and some of us created our own addition fortune tellers. It was great fun making our own questions to test our friends on and we had fun playing against each other. Some of us even included decimal addition! We are now addition superstars!
Kassidy and Charlie worked together to complete a rounding puzzle. They completed the puzzle, even rounding to the nearest tenth and hundredth! Well done!
We have been working on our hockey skills in Year 4. We have a quick sticks hockey tournament coming up in November and are improving our dribbling, passing and shooting skills.
This week we have been working on our team building and communication skills. Mrs Wardle and Mrs Rutherford set us group challenges – they were very impressed with us!
We are Class 5. We created our own posters about ourselves including a self portrait, an acrostic poem and images which represent each of us.
Class 5 have been working together to create our class rules. We decided on what we thought was important and ranked them in order. We then created our class display.
What a fantastic time everyone had trying lots of different bikes today.
The children had a great time making healthy sandwiches with...
Congratulations to everyone who was part of the Skipping Festival. We were very proud of the hard work and excellent attitude they showed. Fantastic news…Easington Lane Primary School won and are through to Sunderland City Final!
In History, Class 5 are learning all about the Anglo-Saxons. In teams, the children carried out research and then with our quiz-masters help, they tested their knowledge with a quiz. Well done everyone, a close contest between teams!