Well done to all of Class 6 on a fantastic year. Everyone accomplished so much and should be proud, especially with the recent SATs results. The performances were fantastic and really showcased all the hard work and efforts that went into making them such a success.
Enjoy the summer before starting embarking on your exciting new journey!
A few weeks ago, we went on our last ever trip as a class and, as you probably already know, we visited Chessington World of Adventures as a reward for our hard work. It was a fun trip and we had a great time on all the rides!
A big well done to Class 6 for preparing such a wonderful Leavers’ Service. The thanks, prayers and memories shared with everyone were wonderful to hear and particularly well-written. There were lots of memories of friendship and accomplishments and it was so nice to hear about their journey through Cathedral School. As usual, thank you to all the staff and parents for being part of the service, and a special thanks to Miss Dace and Father David.
This week, we have been recreating some Aboriginal artwork. We started by looking at some authentic and traditional pieces and then using these to inspire our own artwork. Some of us stuck to the traditional subjects and colours, but many of us chose to pick subjects related to The Lion King – can you recognise any characters?
This week, Class 6 went on a trip to the Museum of London to conduct research and fact-finding for their history projects. We investigated London through the ages and saw lots of artefacts and primary sources of information about lots of different periods throughout history.
A big well done to everyone in Class 6 for completing their SATs this week. Over the last few weeks, they have all worked really hard in lessons and booster sessions to ensure they did the best they could. We are all very proud of you.
This week, Year 6 have been researching and writing their own balanced arguments about graffiti and discussing the question: is it street art or vandalism?
We began by researching around the topic before investigating points for and against our argument. We then supported these points with evidence and quotes to help inform the reader. We will be typing these up soon so stay posted for examples here!
This week in Year 6, we worked in pairs and small groups to write tourist guides for interesting areas on Ordinance Survey maps. We used the key and our knowledge of map symbols and grid references help us give directions to interesting places.