Welcome to Southwell Class

Microsoft Teams

Southwell Class will be using Microsoft Teams. Please read the documents below.

Home Learning Pack

 Covid Letter 

Information Letter

Microsoft Teams Policy

Teams Internet Safety Poster

Meet 'n' Greet Presentation

 

Autumn Term 2020

Ancient Egypt

Welcome to the Year 6 page. This term, we will be delving into the world of Ancient Egypt. Every Friday, the class's website writers, Harry B and Isabel C, will be updating the page with what has been taught, learnt and enjoyed during that week.  Please click on the curriculum letter below to find out what Year 6 will be learning this term:

Curriculum Newsletter Y6

 October 2020

Maths

This term, the children have covered many concepts including: place value, the four operations, and currently, we are delving in to the world of fractions. Below are some pictures of the class in action: using different techniques to tackle some more complex questions.

English

The children have been reading the class novel, The Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan. It covers Egyptian mythology in an engaging way. Here are some pictures of the children reading; and applying their understanding and comprehension of the book by planning and writing for different text types/purposes.

 

September 2020

Year 6 have made an excellent start. We have made a lot of progress already and are fully engrossed into the our term's learning.

Here you can see the children focused and ready to achieve their own potential this year. 

 

History

This week, the children have been discussing key vocabulary linked to history, while debating and working out where the pictures (and hidden clues) should be on a timeline.

 

 

P.S.H.E.

We have been using a new scheme of work called Jigsaw in P.S.H.E. It has promoted a lot of discussion about dreams and goals and we can set ourselves dreams and goals. However, we are also interested and aware of the sacrifices and learning behaviours needed to achieve such targets. Here you can see the children's icebergs. The icebergs symbolise what people associate with success, while highlighting what people cannot see, such as: dedication, resilience and dedictaion.