Year 6 Stay safe, have fun and don't forget to keep in touch!
New home learning for your last fortnight at Cila is now available!
It has been a pleasure to teach all of you and I just wish that circumstances were different so that we could all say goodbye together. You are all such amazing individuals and I have no doubt that you will have successful and bright futures ahead of you.
Remember that you are always enough and to stay true to yourself and being kind is one of the greatest gifts that you can give.
The images are by an artist and author called Charlie Mackesy. You may remember that we read his book ‘The boy, the mole, the fox and the horse’ in class (kindly recommended by Mrs Colclough)
The messages in the images have never been more relevant than at this time.
Perhaps you’d like to try to emulate Charlie’s style of drawing and write and create your own message to send to your friends. Send me your images and I will send them to Charlie Mackesy on Twitter; hopefully he might reply!
Have a lovely half term!
Earth Day 2020
On Wednesday 22nd April, it is Earth Day 2020.
Below are some activities you might like to try to help protect and raise awareness about some of the issues affecting our planet:
This term our topic is Hands Around the World and we have decided to focus on World War 2. We have planned lots of exciting RICH tasks and challenges covering the areas of learning, including numeracy and map work through humanities and expressive arts.
This term our theme is Flight and we will be learning about the history of aviation, starting with Leonardo Da Vinci and how some of his inventions inspired many people.
Our class novel is Harry Potter and we have been working hard through our EPIC planning to see how many areas of the curriculum we can plan exciting lessons for.
This term we are learning about the human body. We have started by trying to identify and locate the major organs in the human body and discussing the different systems that help us to live.