The Official Year 6 blog!

Date: 20th Jan 2017 @ 2:30pm

Year 6 - w/b 16th January 2017.

This week Year 6 have been exceptional. They have all worked so, so hard and they deserve a big well done!

We all know what is coming in May, and to prepare for this (at the start of the week) we completed our mock SAT's. The children did really well in answering key questions and there can be no doubt how hard they are all working.

Boosters will be continuing and are proving to be a really helpful time where the children can get more targeted learning.

At the end of this week the children produced an exceptional piece of writing about famous historical figures. The work was amazing, and the effort the children put into it was exceptional. I could not be prouder!

In Mathematics we have begun to study shape and this will be are topic over the next few weeks, however, we will continue with arithmetic to make sure those mental maths skills the best they can be!

John Hamilton

Year 6 Teacher

Year 6 - w/b 30th January 2017.

Last week we had creative week where we have designed and put together Daivd Hockney artworks. They are now on display in the hall and the corridor.

This week we are contiuing with shape in Maths and look forward to Mrs Kilshaw teaching in Writing!

Half Term - 10 / 02 2017

Firstly, can I congratulate the dancers who performed at Sutton Academy last night. From what I here they were truly a sight to behold. I am really proud of you! Well done!

This term the children have been exceptional. Respect and behaviour have been commented on by other members of staff and the family that is Year 6 keeps going from strength to strength.

There is chapter 5 and 6 being sent home for homework with an activity sheet to complete. In mathematics there will be those pesky test questions for you to practice at home, and recap our learning from Christmas.

SAT's are fast approaching and we, as a whole class are progressing really well. Well done year 6 - have a wonderful holiday!

Mr Hamilton

Summer Term!

Hi all,

Just a quick note to say I hope you all have had a fantastic Easter and are ready to get straight back into our leanring on Tuesday.

Also a big well done and a tankyou to all who help at the Easter fair. A whopping £440.50 was made and this will all go towrads our fanatsic trip!

 

SAT's tests are now over!

A huge well done to year 6 as they did ever so well and have worked ever so hard. I and the rest of the teaching staff at Robins Lane could not be prouder of the effort you put in this year! Well done!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jake G wrote:

Joshua R wrote:

I really liked writing the biography about Charles Darwin. Although it was hard, I liked it. I tried my hardest completing the mock SAT's. I hope I've got a decent score.

Jessica B wrote:

This week has been challenging but great. Mock sats weren't bad but I doubt any exams I do I will like. I hope I get a good mark, especially for reading. Doing my biography about Emmeline Pankhurst was extremly interesting, although it was hard to use the correct formal language. Mr Hamilton pushed us to our limits, however, it was worth it because the end result was amazing. I've never really enjoyed shapes or angles so I'm not entirely sure weather I'm going to enjoy this topic but I'm going to give it my best shot. For homework we've got to read and animate our class book, ruby in the smoke, and I'm only on the first chapter and I'm already on the edge of my seat. Mrs Whitiker chooses some increadible texts!

Jessica B wrote:

This week has been challenging but great. Mock sats weren't bad but I doubt any exams I do I will like. I hope I get a good mark, especially for reading. Doing my biography about Emmeline Pankhurst was extremly interesting, although it was hard to use the correct formal language. Mr Hamilton pushed us to our limits, however, it was worth it because the end result was amazing. I've never really enjoyed shapes or angles so I'm not entirely sure weather I'm going to enjoy this topic but I'm going to give it my best shot. For homework we've got to read and animate our class book, ruby in the smoke, and I'm only on the first chapter and I'm already on the edge of my seat. Mrs Whitiker chooses some increadible texts!

Contact the School

Robins Lane Primary School

Kinmel Street
Robins Lane
St Helens
Merseyside
WA9 3NF

Headteacher:
Mr David Spruce

Main Contact:
Mrs Clare Roberts - School Business Manager

Tel: 01744 678503
Fax: 01744 678504
robinslane@sthelens.org.uk