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Weblinks for Year 6

Mainly Maths and English

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Science links

Science Boot Camp revision

ScienceBob

Electricity

Science bp site

BBC Learning Zone Science

Science bitesize

Plant Parts

Circuits

4Learning

Engineeringinteract

Earth and Moon viewer

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Childrens university

Mad4maths

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EducationCity.com - a leading online teaching and learning resource

Year 6 page

Current topic Frozen Kingdom

Science - Adaptation, Evolution and Inheritance

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Letters

Photo galleries

Weblinks for Year 6

             work and revision

Back to What’s new

Photos

BBC KS2 SAT bitesize

Woodlands Junior School Homework Help

Year 6, I’ve collated these links for research and revision.

Mrs Fraser

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New  photos of Michael Rosen, poet,added 7/12/17 Christmas Fayre and Science experiments added 3/12/17
Our Alka Seltzer rocket experiment

LETTERS

Party Day letter

Digital Literacy 'Alright Charlie' permission

Mathletics Club with Mrs Jones

Choir 'Young Voices' detail

Years 5 and 6 Football Training (see Mr Allers)

Choir 'Young Voices'

Year 6 Walk permission

KS2 assessment information        (Government 2017)

The Michael Rosen poetry competition was organised by Chase Grammar School as an inter-school event.

Lucky winners read their poems to the famous author. Nine Gorsemoor Primary pupils from Year 6 attended the occasion.

During the Christmas Fayre, Years 5 and 6 entertained parents with Christmas carols.

Year groups sold items or ran game stalls to raise funds for the PTFA.

Year 6 pupils had decorated Miss Morgan’s cakes earlier in the day.

During science lessons about light, pupils learned to spot variables and how to use a ‘good’ scientific question to devise a fair test.

They were experimenting with shadows.

Does the distance of the puppet from the torch affect the height of the shadow?

Mrs Fraser’s favourite experiment involves burning!

It’s really all about observing using all our senses.

After careful consideration of safety, materials burned included string, paper and wood.

We learned that some changes are irreversible.