Year 6 – Henry Moore statues

By Karen Spinks on Friday, February 8, 2019 in Uncategorized. No Comments


By Megan and James We learned all about Henry Moore, the famous World War 2 artist and sculptor. We started off by learning about his history, then we sketched some of his sculptures, giving them emotions. Finally, we drew our own figures and sculpted them out of foil.

Year 6: Holdenby Evacuee Centre

By Karen Spinks on Thursday, January 24, 2019 in Uncategorized. No Comments


This week, Year 6 collected their identity cards and gas-mask boxes in preparation for mass evacuation to Holdenby House in Northamptonshire. On arrival, the evacuees were split into four villages: Upper Bottom, Lower Bottom, Hogsbottom and Great Whinging. While waiting for the charabancs to arrive, the evacuees participated in a variety of activities to ensure […]

Year 6 Maths: UKMT Tournament

By Mr. Setchell on Sunday, April 29, 2018 in Community, Maths, Year 6. No Comments


A team of tenacious year 6 mathematicians competed against 19 other teams in the UK Mathematics Trust Primary Tournament held at King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys this week. Thanks  to exemplary teamwork and persistence with some tricky questions, they finished in 5th place. How would you answer this question about the sum […]

The Watertower

By Gary Evans on Thursday, October 12, 2017 in English, Year 6. No Comments


For the last few weeks, Year 6 have been studying The Watertower By Gary Crew. They have enjoyed it very much. They have also written a Diary written from Bubba’s point of view. They have started writing a letter to the author of the book. Marco and Lacey loved this book because of the suspense and the mystery. They […]

Handbells

By Gary Evans on Tuesday, October 10, 2017 in Music, Year 6. 1 Comment


Year 6 19 strong Handbell Group…after just 2 sessions together!