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Welcome to 6L

Class Teacher: Mrs. A. Lee

Teaching Assistant: Mrs. H. Gledhill

 

6L have returned to school for Spring Term 2017 eager and ready to learn! We are now studying the IPC topic 'Extreme Survivors', a very exciting topic in which pupils will learn how animals, plants and people adapt and change in order to survive in extreme heat, cold. heights and depths. The topic has started well and the children are enthusiastic about it!

 

We thank parents for their support in optional homework tasks and request their support in ensuring pupils  complete weekly 'expected' homework sheets and return these to school on Mondays.

Please note that children need to come to school in blue PE kit on Mondays and Fridays this half term.

 

 

On Thursday 10 November we held our very own 'Bake Off'! The children had great fun creating their own bread products and it was lovely to be joined by so many parents. Thank you!

Here are our winners and their winning creation!

Here are our winners and their winning creation! 1
Here are our winners and their winning creation! 2
Here are our winners and their winning creation! 3
Here are our winners and their winning creation! 4

We enjoyed experimenting with yeast as part of our 'Bake It!' topic.

On Friday 4 November we played 'Quidditch' to raise money for Children in Need.

On Friday 4 November we played 'Quidditch' to raise money for Children in Need. 1
On Friday 4 November we played 'Quidditch' to raise money for Children in Need. 2
On Friday 4 November we played 'Quidditch' to raise money for Children in Need. 3
On Friday 4 November we played 'Quidditch' to raise money for Children in Need. 4
On Friday 4 November we played 'Quidditch' to raise money for Children in Need. 5
On Friday 4 November we played 'Quidditch' to raise money for Children in Need. 6
On Friday 4 November we played 'Quidditch' to raise money for Children in Need. 7
On Friday 4 November we played 'Quidditch' to raise money for Children in Need. 8
On Friday 4 November we played 'Quidditch' to raise money for Children in Need. 9

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