Year 6 2021 - 2022

Mr Nodder

Mrs Hetherington

Jan 21st - We are learning about Charles Darwin and his theory of evolution. Within that, we will be looking at inheritance next week so for homework, could you complete Task 1 of the Darwin activity sheet below. Task 2 and 3 are optional. 

The children will be coming home with their "SATs BIBLE" this today. They are to decorate the front cover as they wish. 

 

 

HAPPY NEW YEAR 

Welcome to 2022! We hope you all had a safe and restful Christmas and are ready for the term ahead. 

Please visit the tab on What we are learning this term, to find out just that! 

Let's keep up the reading, numbergym etc and ensure your PE bags come in on a Monday and home on a Friday. 

 

 

In school Year 6 have been making a three course healthy meal. 

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ARTHOG - DAY 4

A misty final full day at Arthog. One group had a stunning end to the day as you will see below. The children have been exploring, building, splashing, canoeing and walking through clouds. I had a stowaway on my canoe, Mr Agnew enjoyed a stunning sunset and Mrs Hetherington witnessed some amazing knot tying. Here are a few pics from today's groups. We are on a nightwalk this evening to finish their legs off!

    Our evening walk was a lovely end to the week. We were sat on Fairbourne beach in the dark, torches off and listening to the waves come in.This was us making our way along the embankment. 

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One last night of sleep and then one more activity in the morning and we will be on our way back. Departure is 1pm and I will message school to say we are on our way. 

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...more to come but I have to go and eat more food! 

 

ARTHOG - DAY 3

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We have been Orienteering around the centre this evening, after our roast dinner! Not sure if i've mentioned the amount of food these guys are eating! They are having a whale of a time. 

 

ARTHOG - DAY 2

The early morning ping pong was a competitive affair. Laurence tries his hardest, but he knows who the true king is! 20211116_075900.jpg 

The amount of food these children are shovelling away is fantastic... They have seconds and sometimes, thirds! 

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Some of us have been in a rafting race. They had to build the vessel first. We also took a moment to appreciate some beauty in this wonderful part of the world.

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The nightline was lots of fun this evening. The sheep were not impressed with our attempts to make our way around the obstacle course, blinfold and holding on to a rope. Great team work and communication again. We have some tired children this evening. It is time for bed! Goodnight 

 

ARTHOG - DAY 1 

DSC07577.JPG We arrived after a nose bleed and the sick bucket working overtime. After lunch, Team tasks on the field this afternoon. We've lost a tooth but I have been told the tooth fairy doesn't visit Arthog due to Brexit so Beau will have to wait until we get home on Friday. All good so far and we are about to do our first dorm inspection. 

Lord Randall has been surveying his subjects of the manor! Xander rolled and rolled and rolled, helmet flying! The evening activity was a very close competition but the winning team was Rory, Beth, Irie and Ana. They have received their prizes and eaten them already.

We are currently starting our conservation John Muir Award diaries and it will soon be bed time! 9.20. Day One..... Fingers crossed for a 10pm lights out! We are currently on schedule!  Here are a few more pictures from this afternoon....DSC07570.JPG 

Millie spotting Xander!

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November 12th  - Play praactise - Learn the words of the songs. If you have a speaking role, continue to learn your lines.

 

Congratulations to the new House Captains for this academic year. 

Holly - Daniel & Nadia

Oak - Rhys & Kate

Sycamore - Ellie & Harlie 

Chestnut - Laurence & Eleanor 

 

 

The children have their homework in their books today. A comprehension and some maths work on negative numbers. 

 

 

It's October already!! 

One of this weekend's homework tasks is to write a letter to Mr Bray explaining why you would make a good House Captain for your House. Letters to be handed in by Tuesday morning. 

Other homework - Fish tank Maths.... The activity is in the children's homework book. 

Below you will find the Skittles Science homework. The PDF explains everything you need to know. Send any pics to us or print out and stick in your homework book. 

Art homework - practise drawing cubes and other 3D shapes (with shadows if you are feeling brave)

 

 

What happened to week 3? That went so quickly!!

Well done to the orienteering group, great result and representing Meole Primary so well. Thank you.

Maths homework this week is either creating a meal using Hickory's website menu for 2 kids 1 adult veg and 1 adult meat lover. Create your receipt (YOU HAVE £100 TO SPEND and don't forget drinks).

If you have done this in class, there is a missing numbers subtraction sheet for you to do. 

Have a great weekend everyone. Keep safe.

 

If you have an issues and need to contact me please use the following email address. 

nodder.a@meolebrace-pri.shropshire.sch.uk

hetherington.l@meolebrace-pri.shropshire.sch.uk

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Half Term, by Mr Bray

Christian Theme of the Month

The Christian theme for this half term is 'Courage'.

"Be strong and courageous; do not be frightened or dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go." Joshua 1.9

In school we will be:

Exploring the value of courage.

Encouraging pupils to show courage when things are difficult.

Exploring ways in which we can be courageous in our learning and both in and out of school.

Parents and carers, please help us at home to support your child in their understanding of the above concepts.

Contact the School

Meole Brace Primary School

Church Road, Meole Brace, Shrewsbury, Shropshire
SY3 9HG

Tel: 01743 351027
admin@meolebrace-pri.shropshire.sch.uk