Year 6 @ Holy Family

Class of 2014/15

Nouns

Posted by Mr Waywell on Apr-12-2015

Can you remember the different nouns?

 

Easter Parade

Posted by Mr Waywell on Apr-1-2015

Our last day of the Spring term ended with a familiar Holy Family tradition…the Easter parade!

Well done to all of the Year 6′s who got stuck in and created an Easter bonnet or tie!

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Eclipse

Posted by Mr Waywell on Apr-1-2015

Do you remember watching the eclipse?

It was a pretty cloudy day yet it was still amazing to see!

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Gymnastics

Posted by Mr Waywell on Apr-1-2015

Here are more pictures from this term’s gymnastic lessons in PE.

Miss Linton was amazed at how hard the class worked!

Games Day

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-30-2015

A huge well done for raising £167.11 on our Games Day!

Beacon Fell

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-30-2015

This months walking club was based around Beacon Fell.

As it was a very wet day, Mr Waywell decided to change the plan to walk up Pendle Hill and to visit Beacon Fell instead. Here he ensured everyone that they would be doing a short walk in the rain and that they could leave their lunches back on the bus…how wrong he was!

The walk was very muddy and within only  a few steps Nikita had fallen over!  As Mrs Whitehead led the way we:

  • Found an egg
  • Learned from Beth that you can tell if something is dead because it is heavier
  • Fell over
  • Walked through a very muddy track
  • Fell over some more
  • Jumped in puddles
  • Followed an instruction that said “Look for a tree near a bush” when we were in a field full of trees and bushes
  • Picked some daffodils
  •  Fell over even more
  • Jumped in puddles
  • Saw some cows
  • Scared some sheep
  • Talked to some lambs (who were saying “mummy”)
  • Fell down some muddy hills
  • Fell up some muddy hills

Finally we made our way back and had lunch in a nice warm us.  Then for some we ventured into the woods for a few games of man-hunt whilst for others they opted for the warm cafe and hot-chocolate!

This was indeed one of the wettest and muddiest so far…yet still lots of fun!

(The photos that are in order show a pretty impressive puddle jump!)

Games Day

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-27-2015

During Lent each class has run a Lenten Enterprise to raise money for Aid to the Church in Need.

This week was Year 6′s turn with our annual games day!

Year 6 planned their own stalls, created posters, shopped for items and worked out prices so that they can make a profit to give to charity.  We had:

  • A tombola
  • A penalty shoot out
  • Fifa
  • Bowling
  • Guess the name of the teddies/rabbits
  • Quickest to eat digestives and crackers
  • Quickest to drink
  • Face painting
  • Egg Roulette
  • Splat Mr Waywell with tomatoes
  • An Easter Egg hunt
  • A bean bag throw
  • Guess the tastes
  • A hidden sticks game

The whole school got to take part and everyone I spoke to said that they enjoyed themselves…especially Year 6!

Well done folks…you were brilliant! (Again)

 

Descriptive Meals

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-24-2015

As part of our English lessons we have been looking at developing our vocabulary through descriptive work.  This week we focused on describing our favourite meals.

On Thursday, in groups, we were given a randomly chosen meal so that we could describe the taste, smell and look of the food! The best descriptions of each meal are going to be recorded like so that they are like a Marks and Spencers advert from years ago! Keep an eye on the blog to check out the winning films!

Some meals were a lot more successful than others!

What was yours like?  Would you have it again?

Choir of the Year

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-24-2015

Congratulations to our school choir!  In the ‘Choir of the Year’ competition they were AMAZING!

A bonus well done to Year 6′s for their great choreography and costumes and for our very brave and talented soloist!

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Mothers Day

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-24-2015

Year 6 used their artistic talents to create the cutest photo frames for Mothers Day.

Did you like yours?  Did everyone like their presents?

Mentos and Coke

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-7-2015

We also looked at another chemical reaction.

Science Rocket 2

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-7-2015

Here is a different rocket from our Science lesson.

Science Rocket 1

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-7-2015

The spies made their own rockets using dissolving tablets or bicarb and vinegar.

Did yours work? Which worked the best?

Book Day Wake and Shake

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-7-2015

Spy PE

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-7-2015

All spies need to be able to move around undetected.  Our recruits practiced the skill in PE.

 

Book Day

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-7-2015

As ever, Year 6 did not disappoint when it came to dressing up for book day.  They all looked AMAZING!  Well done everyone!

Orienteering

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-7-2015

Map-reading is an important skill for every spy!

Year 6 put their skills to the test with some orienteering.

Secret Missions

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-7-2015

Throughout the week our spies had to complete some secret missions.  These included:

  • Spelling a message when stranded on a desert island
  • Deciding on the best disguises
  • Identifying villains
  • Eating insects
  • Memory challenge

Which was your favourite?

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Spy Week

Posted by Mr Waywell on Mar-7-2015

As it was World Book Day this Thursday, school celebrated with a book week.

Year 6 became spies and all of the week’s lessons had some spy related theme!

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Spanish Weather Forecast

Posted by Mr Waywell on Feb-26-2015

In Spanish we have been learning many things since September.  This term we have put all of our knowledge together to create these weather broadcasts!

Who would have know that we have only been learning Spanish for a short while!