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16th February 2018

  • Year 6 Weekly Roundup

This week the children refined their inference and deduction skills by using the P.E.E format to answer comprehension questions. They then planned and wrote their own ending to War Horse based on evidence from the text, before finding out what really happened.


In maths this week, children began by refreshing their skills in long multiplication. They then learnt how to perform short and long multiplication calculations involving decimals. Finally, they applied these skills by solving word problems involving measures and money.

Project Work

This week the children had a go at making hot chocolate following a traditional Maya recipe. They also learnt about the different gods that the Maya people worshipped as well as the different religious rituals they followed. Using what they had learnt about how the Maya people celebrate their beliefs, the children also created their own Maya god.


This week, we continued the topic of fruits. We focused on the revision, which included all the vocabs and sentence structures we learnt during last two weeks. Character recognition and oral expression were reinforced. Multiple class activities were conducted during the class, especially, pupils had a chance to exchange their fruit with classmates by describing its feature (shape, colour, size and taste).


In this code.org stage student use the Artist environment to write programs that have looped statements inside another loop, which is called a nested loop.  They will break complex tasks into smaller repeatable sections and combine simple shapes into complex designs with nested loops.

Physical Education

During our PE lesson this week we have focused on breaking down the freestyle stroke in swimming. We have looked at partner observations and how to observe and give feedback to improve performance.


This week Year 6 students experimented with different accompaniments for the 'Circle Dance' theme from Stravinsky's 'Rite of Spring'. Students discussed how altering the accompaniment altered the mood of the theme as well.


No homework has been set in line with our No Holiday Homework Policy.