Year 6

March 2017

Macbeth with Anthony Glenn

We had an amazing performance of Shakespeare’s Macbeth when Anthony Glenn came to visit us this month. Some of us were lucky enough to play some of the characters alongside of him and we all got to take part in an exciting drama workshop in which we brought the story to life ourselves. It has really helped us with our writing in literacy this term.

February 2017

Pizzas

In our DT lessons this term we have been testing, designing, making and evaluating pizzas. We enjoyed kneading and shaping the dough before making adventurous choices when it came to flavour combinations for our toppings. The best part was when we got to taste them: they were delicious!

January 2017

Houses of Parliament

During our Citizenship Week, we were incredibly lucky to visit the Houses of Parliament. We had a tour of the Houses of Lords and the House of Commons, and after the tour we found out all about how democracy works by taking part in a voting workshop. It was a very inspirational day.

November 2016

London Zoo

In November, we had a fantastic day at the zoo. We saw lots of animals and, when we came back to school, we held a debate about whether or not animals should be held in captivity. In our literacy lessons, we wrote balanced arguments on this topic and you can read some of them below.

Balanced arguments by Katie
Balanced arguments by Nasra

September 2016

Buddhist Temple

In our R.E lessons, we have been learning about religious leaders. We were lucky enough to visit a Buddhist Temple where we met leaders in the Buddhist faith. We asked them lots of questions and showed our appreciation through donations of food and money.

History off the Page

We have been learning all about the Battle of Britain in our history lessons and, on our ‘History off the Page’ day, we experienced what it would have been like to attend school during WW2. In the afternoon, the hall was set up like an English town and we experienced what it was like to live on rations in our very own café. Some of us have also been extending our knowledge of wartime Britain by reading Goodnight Mister Tom in our Love of Reading lessons.

Marathon Kids

The year 6 students were privilege enough to take part in the launch of the Marathon Kids London. The event was ran by the Nike Ambassadors which incorporated events such as a 12mintue run, relay races and a 400m race. Our students were extremely excited to complete the 400m race at Newham Leisure with Great Britain’s Rio Olympics Athletes James Dasaolu and Emily Diamond, Kenielle Roach.

February 2016

On Monday 8th February 2016, Year 6 went on an educational visit to the Natural History Museum where they learned about the works of Charles Darwin and Mary Anning. It was fascinating to see some of the real specimens that helped Charles Darwin form his theory of evolution. We also got the opportunity to view the real life fossils that Mary Anning discovered in the small town she lived in on the English coast. It was a very interesting day.

January 2016

Anthony Glenn – Oliver Twist

What an fantastic day Year 6 had on Wednesday 6th January! The talented Anthony Glenn came in to deliver one of his exciting drama workshops to help us get to grips with the story of Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens. We had an incredible day dramatizing the story and then working on our own acting and performance skills. We now know lots about the life of the young orphan Oliver and can’t wait to write our own rags to riches story in Literacy.

November 2015

LGBT Anti-Bullying Competition

These are the class winners from Year 6 for the LGBT Anti Bullying Competition. The categories were for best cake, t-shirt and poster or poem​​.

October 2015

Royal Air Force Museum

Year 6 really enjoyed their visit to the Royal Air Force Museum on Friday 9th October 2015. On the visit, we had the chance to view lots of historic and ground-breaking aircraft that was used during the Battle of Britain including the infamous Spitfire and Hurricane models. As well as this, we experienced what it would have been like to be living as a London citizen during The Blitz as well as try on the outfits that the heroic pilots would have worn during the war. What a brilliant day!

September 2015

History Off the Page: World War 2

This week, Year 6 spent a day immersing ourselves into life as  citizens who lived during World War 2. During this exciting History off the Page day, we spent the morning working in a World War 2 classroom and completing some of the tasks children would have had to complete during this time. Classroom life was very different back then and the children had to make sure they always carried their gas masks. In the afternoon, we role-played working in 1940s shops and had our very own ration books and identity cards. It was a great experience.

 

September 2016 – Buddhist Temple

In our R.E lessons, we have been learning about religious leaders. We were lucky enough to visit a Buddhist Temple where we met leaders in the Buddhist faith. We asked them lots of questions and showed our appreciation through donations of food and money.

History off the Page

We have been learning all about the Battle of Britain in our history lessons and, on our ‘History off the Page’ day, we experienced what it would have been like to attend school during WW2. In the afternoon, the hall was set up like an English town and we experienced what it was like to live on rations in our very own café. Some of us have also been extending our knowledge of wartime Britain by reading Goodnight Mister Tom in our Love of Reading lessons.

Marathon Kids

The year 6 students were privilege enough to take part in the launch of the Marathon Kids London. The event was ran by the Nike Ambassadors which incorporated events such as a 12mintue run, relay races and a 400m race. Our students were extremely excited to complete the 400m race at Newham Leisure with Great Britain’s Rio Olympics Athletes James Dasaolu and Emily Diamond, Kenielle Roach.

February 2016

On Monday 8th February 2016, Year 6 went on an educational visit to the Natural History Museum where they learned about the works of Charles Darwin and Mary Anning. It was fascinating to see some of the real specimens that helped Charles Darwin form his theory of evolution. We also got the opportunity to view the real life fossils that Mary Anning discovered in the small town she lived in on the English coast. It was a very interesting day.

January 2016

Anthony Glenn – Oliver Twist

What an fantastic day Year 6 had on Wednesday 6th January! The talented Anthony Glenn came in to deliver one of his exciting drama workshops to help us get to grips with the story of Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens. We had an incredible day dramatizing the story and then working on our own acting and performance skills. We now know lots about the life of the young orphan Oliver and can’t wait to write our own rags to riches story in Literacy.

November 2015

LGBT Anti-Bullying Competition

These are the class winners from Year 6 for the LGBT Anti Bullying Competition. The categories were for best cake, t-shirt and poster or poem​​.

October 2015

Royal Air Force Museum

Year 6 really enjoyed their visit to the Royal Air Force Museum on Friday 9th October 2015. On the visit, we had the chance to view lots of historic and ground-breaking aircraft that was used during the Battle of Britain including the infamous Spitfire and Hurricane models. As well as this, we experienced what it would have been like to be living as a London citizen during The Blitz as well as try on the outfits that the heroic pilots would have worn during the war. What a brilliant day!

September 2015

History Off the Page: World War 2

This week, Year 6 spent a day immersing ourselves into life as  citizens who lived during World War 2. During this exciting History off the Page day, we spent the morning working in a World War 2 classroom and completing some of the tasks children would have had to complete during this time. Classroom life was very different back then and the children had to make sure they always carried their gas masks. In the afternoon, we role-played working in 1940s shops and had our very own ration books and identity cards. It was a great experience.

February 2017

Pizzas

In our DT lessons this term we have been testing, designing, making and evaluating pizzas. We enjoyed kneading and shaping the dough before making adventurous choices when it came to flavour combinations for our toppings. The best part was when we got to taste them: they were delicious!

January 2017

Houses of Parliament

During our Citizenship Week, we were incredibly lucky to visit the Houses of Parliament. We had a tour of the Houses of Lords and the House of Commons, and after the tour we found out all about how democracy works by taking part in a voting workshop. It was a very inspirational day.

November 2016

London Zoo

In November, we had a fantastic day at the zoo. We saw lots of animals and, when we came back to school, we held a debate about whether or not animals should be held in captivity. In our literacy lessons, we wrote balanced arguments on this topic and you can read some of them below.

Balanced arguments by Katie
Balanced arguments by Nasra

September 2016 – Buddhist Temple

In our R.E lessons, we have been learning about religious leaders. We were lucky enough to visit a Buddhist Temple where we met leaders in the Buddhist faith. We asked them lots of questions and showed our appreciation through donations of food and money.

History off the Page

We have been learning all about the Battle of Britain in our history lessons and, on our ‘History off the Page’ day, we experienced what it would have been like to attend school during WW2. In the afternoon, the hall was set up like an English town and we experienced what it was like to live on rations in our very own café. Some of us have also been extending our knowledge of wartime Britain by reading Goodnight Mister Tom in our Love of Reading lessons.

Marathon Kids

The year 6 students were privilege enough to take part in the launch of the Marathon Kids London. The event was ran by the Nike Ambassadors which incorporated events such as a 12mintue run, relay races and a 400m race. Our students were extremely excited to complete the 400m race at Newham Leisure with Great Britain’s Rio Olympics Athletes James Dasaolu and Emily Diamond, Kenielle Roach.

February 2016

On Monday 8th February 2016, Year 6 went on an educational visit to the Natural History Museum where they learned about the works of Charles Darwin and Mary Anning. It was fascinating to see some of the real specimens that helped Charles Darwin form his theory of evolution. We also got the opportunity to view the real life fossils that Mary Anning discovered in the small town she lived in on the English coast. It was a very interesting day.

January 2016

Anthony Glenn – Oliver Twist

What an fantastic day Year 6 had on Wednesday 6th January! The talented Anthony Glenn came in to deliver one of his exciting drama workshops to help us get to grips with the story of Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens. We had an incredible day dramatizing the story and then working on our own acting and performance skills. We now know lots about the life of the young orphan Oliver and can’t wait to write our own rags to riches story in Literacy.

November 2015

LGBT Anti-Bullying Competition

These are the class winners from Year 6 for the LGBT Anti Bullying Competition. The categories were for best cake, t-shirt and poster or poem​​.

October 2015

Royal Air Force Museum

Year 6 really enjoyed their visit to the Royal Air Force Museum on Friday 9th October 2015. On the visit, we had the chance to view lots of historic and ground-breaking aircraft that was used during the Battle of Britain including the infamous Spitfire and Hurricane models. As well as this, we experienced what it would have been like to be living as a London citizen during The Blitz as well as try on the outfits that the heroic pilots would have worn during the war. What a brilliant day!

September 2015

History Off the Page: World War 2

This week, Year 6 spent a day immersing ourselves into life as  citizens who lived during World War 2. During this exciting History off the Page day, we spent the morning working in a World War 2 classroom and completing some of the tasks children would have had to complete during this time. Classroom life was very different back then and the children had to make sure they always carried their gas masks. In the afternoon, we role-played working in 1940s shops and had our very own ration books and identity cards. It was a great experience.

January 2017

Houses of Parliament

During our Citizenship Week, we were incredibly lucky to visit the Houses of Parliament. We had a tour of the Houses of Lords and the House of Commons, and after the tour we found out all about how democracy works by taking part in a voting workshop. It was a very inspirational day.

November 2016

London Zoo

In November, we had a fantastic day at the zoo. We saw lots of animals and, when we came back to school, we held a debate about whether or not animals should be held in captivity. In our literacy lessons, we wrote balanced arguments on this topic and you can read some of them below.

Balanced arguments by Katie
Balanced arguments by Nasra

September 2016 – Buddhist Temple

In our R.E lessons, we have been learning about religious leaders. We were lucky enough to visit a Buddhist Temple where we met leaders in the Buddhist faith. We asked them lots of questions and showed our appreciation through donations of food and money.

History off the Page

We have been learning all about the Battle of Britain in our history lessons and, on our ‘History off the Page’ day, we experienced what it would have been like to attend school during WW2. In the afternoon, the hall was set up like an English town and we experienced what it was like to live on rations in our very own café. Some of us have also been extending our knowledge of wartime Britain by reading Goodnight Mister Tom in our Love of Reading lessons.

Marathon Kids

The year 6 students were privilege enough to take part in the launch of the Marathon Kids London. The event was ran by the Nike Ambassadors which incorporated events such as a 12mintue run, relay races and a 400m race. Our students were extremely excited to complete the 400m race at Newham Leisure with Great Britain’s Rio Olympics Athletes James Dasaolu and Emily Diamond, Kenielle Roach.

February 2016

On Monday 8th February 2016, Year 6 went on an educational visit to the Natural History Museum where they learned about the works of Charles Darwin and Mary Anning. It was fascinating to see some of the real specimens that helped Charles Darwin form his theory of evolution. We also got the opportunity to view the real life fossils that Mary Anning discovered in the small town she lived in on the English coast. It was a very interesting day.

January 2016

Anthony Glenn – Oliver Twist

What an fantastic day Year 6 had on Wednesday 6th January! The talented Anthony Glenn came in to deliver one of his exciting drama workshops to help us get to grips with the story of Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens. We had an incredible day dramatizing the story and then working on our own acting and performance skills. We now know lots about the life of the young orphan Oliver and can’t wait to write our own rags to riches story in Literacy.

November 2015

LGBT Anti-Bullying Competition

These are the class winners from Year 6 for the LGBT Anti Bullying Competition. The categories were for best cake, t-shirt and poster or poem​​.

October 2015

Royal Air Force Museum

Year 6 really enjoyed their visit to the Royal Air Force Museum on Friday 9th October 2015. On the visit, we had the chance to view lots of historic and ground-breaking aircraft that was used during the Battle of Britain including the infamous Spitfire and Hurricane models. As well as this, we experienced what it would have been like to be living as a London citizen during The Blitz as well as try on the outfits that the heroic pilots would have worn during the war. What a brilliant day!

September 2015

History Off the Page: World War 2

This week, Year 6 spent a day immersing ourselves into life as  citizens who lived during World War 2. During this exciting History off the Page day, we spent the morning working in a World War 2 classroom and completing some of the tasks children would have had to complete during this time. Classroom life was very different back then and the children had to make sure they always carried their gas masks. In the afternoon, we role-played working in 1940s shops and had our very own ration books and identity cards. It was a great experience.

February 2017

Pizzas

In our DT lessons this term we have been testing, designing, making and evaluating pizzas. We enjoyed kneading and shaping the dough before making adventurous choices when it came to flavour combinations for our toppings. The best part was when we got to taste them: they were delicious!

January 2017

Houses of Parliament

During our Citizenship Week, we were incredibly lucky to visit the Houses of Parliament. We had a tour of the Houses of Lords and the House of Commons, and after the tour we found out all about how democracy works by taking part in a voting workshop. It was a very inspirational day.

November 2016

London Zoo

In November, we had a fantastic day at the zoo. We saw lots of animals and, when we came back to school, we held a debate about whether or not animals should be held in captivity. In our literacy lessons, we wrote balanced arguments on this topic and you can read some of them below.

Balanced arguments by Katie
Balanced arguments by Nasra

September 2016 – Buddhist Temple

In our R.E lessons, we have been learning about religious leaders. We were lucky enough to visit a Buddhist Temple where we met leaders in the Buddhist faith. We asked them lots of questions and showed our appreciation through donations of food and money.

History off the Page

We have been learning all about the Battle of Britain in our history lessons and, on our ‘History off the Page’ day, we experienced what it would have been like to attend school during WW2. In the afternoon, the hall was set up like an English town and we experienced what it was like to live on rations in our very own café. Some of us have also been extending our knowledge of wartime Britain by reading Goodnight Mister Tom in our Love of Reading lessons.

Marathon Kids

The year 6 students were privilege enough to take part in the launch of the Marathon Kids London. The event was ran by the Nike Ambassadors which incorporated events such as a 12mintue run, relay races and a 400m race. Our students were extremely excited to complete the 400m race at Newham Leisure with Great Britain’s Rio Olympics Athletes James Dasaolu and Emily Diamond, Kenielle Roach.

February 2016

On Monday 8th February 2016, Year 6 went on an educational visit to the Natural History Museum where they learned about the works of Charles Darwin and Mary Anning. It was fascinating to see some of the real specimens that helped Charles Darwin form his theory of evolution. We also got the opportunity to view the real life fossils that Mary Anning discovered in the small town she lived in on the English coast. It was a very interesting day.

January 2016

Anthony Glenn – Oliver Twist

What an fantastic day Year 6 had on Wednesday 6th January! The talented Anthony Glenn came in to deliver one of his exciting drama workshops to help us get to grips with the story of Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens. We had an incredible day dramatizing the story and then working on our own acting and performance skills. We now know lots about the life of the young orphan Oliver and can’t wait to write our own rags to riches story in Literacy.

November 2015

LGBT Anti-Bullying Competition

These are the class winners from Year 6 for the LGBT Anti Bullying Competition. The categories were for best cake, t-shirt and poster or poem​​.

October 2015

Royal Air Force Museum

Year 6 really enjoyed their visit to the Royal Air Force Museum on Friday 9th October 2015. On the visit, we had the chance to view lots of historic and ground-breaking aircraft that was used during the Battle of Britain including the infamous Spitfire and Hurricane models. As well as this, we experienced what it would have been like to be living as a London citizen during The Blitz as well as try on the outfits that the heroic pilots would have worn during the war. What a brilliant day!

September 2015

History Off the Page: World War 2

This week, Year 6 spent a day immersing ourselves into life as  citizens who lived during World War 2. During this exciting History off the Page day, we spent the morning working in a World War 2 classroom and completing some of the tasks children would have had to complete during this time. Classroom life was very different back then and the children had to make sure they always carried their gas masks. In the afternoon, we role-played working in 1940s shops and had our very own ration books and identity cards. It was a great experience.

 

February 2017

Pizzas

In our DT lessons this term we have been testing, designing, making and evaluating pizzas. We enjoyed kneading and shaping the dough before making adventurous choices when it came to flavour combinations for our toppings. The best part was when we got to taste them: they were delicious!

January 2017

Houses of Parliament

During our Citizenship Week, we were incredibly lucky to visit the Houses of Parliament. We had a tour of the Houses of Lords and the House of Commons, and after the tour we found out all about how democracy works by taking part in a voting workshop. It was a very inspirational day.

November 2016

London Zoo

In November, we had a fantastic day at the zoo. We saw lots of animals and, when we came back to school, we held a debate about whether or not animals should be held in captivity. In our literacy lessons, we wrote balanced arguments on this topic and you can read some of them below.

Balanced arguments by Katie
Balanced arguments by Nasra

September 2016 – Buddhist Temple

In our R.E lessons, we have been learning about religious leaders. We were lucky enough to visit a Buddhist Temple where we met leaders in the Buddhist faith. We asked them lots of questions and showed our appreciation through donations of food and money.

History off the Page

We have been learning all about the Battle of Britain in our history lessons and, on our ‘History off the Page’ day, we experienced what it would have been like to attend school during WW2. In the afternoon, the hall was set up like an English town and we experienced what it was like to live on rations in our very own café. Some of us have also been extending our knowledge of wartime Britain by reading Goodnight Mister Tom in our Love of Reading lessons.

Marathon Kids

The year 6 students were privilege enough to take part in the launch of the Marathon Kids London. The event was ran by the Nike Ambassadors which incorporated events such as a 12mintue run, relay races and a 400m race. Our students were extremely excited to complete the 400m race at Newham Leisure with Great Britain’s Rio Olympics Athletes James Dasaolu and Emily Diamond, Kenielle Roach.

February 2016

On Monday 8th February 2016, Year 6 went on an educational visit to the Natural History Museum where they learned about the works of Charles Darwin and Mary Anning. It was fascinating to see some of the real specimens that helped Charles Darwin form his theory of evolution. We also got the opportunity to view the real life fossils that Mary Anning discovered in the small town she lived in on the English coast. It was a very interesting day.

January 2016

Anthony Glenn – Oliver Twist

What an fantastic day Year 6 had on Wednesday 6th January! The talented Anthony Glenn came in to deliver one of his exciting drama workshops to help us get to grips with the story of Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens. We had an incredible day dramatizing the story and then working on our own acting and performance skills. We now know lots about the life of the young orphan Oliver and can’t wait to write our own rags to riches story in Literacy.

November 2015

LGBT Anti-Bullying Competition

These are the class winners from Year 6 for the LGBT Anti Bullying Competition. The categories were for best cake, t-shirt and poster or poem​​.

October 2015

Royal Air Force Museum

Year 6 really enjoyed their visit to the Royal Air Force Museum on Friday 9th October 2015. On the visit, we had the chance to view lots of historic and ground-breaking aircraft that was used during the Battle of Britain including the infamous Spitfire and Hurricane models. As well as this, we experienced what it would have been like to be living as a London citizen during The Blitz as well as try on the outfits that the heroic pilots would have worn during the war. What a brilliant day!

September 2015

History Off the Page: World War 2

This week, Year 6 spent a day immersing ourselves into life as  citizens who lived during World War 2. During this exciting History off the Page day, we spent the morning working in a World War 2 classroom and completing some of the tasks children would have had to complete during this time. Classroom life was very different back then and the children had to make sure they always carried their gas masks. In the afternoon, we role-played working in 1940s shops and had our very own ration books and identity cards. It was a great experience.