Thursday 9th & Friday 10th July at 6pm - Year 6 End of Year Performance
Monday 20th July at 1.30pm - Year 6 Leavers Service at St Nicholas' Church
Wednesday 22nd July - School finishes at 2pm
As part of empty classroom day (19th June), Year 6 used the iPads to take photographs for a competition- super talent!!
Year 6 children completed the first part of their Enterprise Project today selling ice lollies.
Year 6 Bunsen burner fun at Halewood Academy
"To be or not to be, that is the question." Year 6's performance was fantastic and enjoyed by everyone in school. How wonderful to see the children learn so much in a day and have the ability to act with such confidence and skill. The children performed various extracts from Shakespearean plays.
Year 6 had a great time at St Mary's learning all about Easter. This was an interactive environment that brought the story to life. Thank you to everyone at St Mary's for all their hard work.
During Science Week Year 6 undertook various scientific investigations and experiments. We also had a visit from "The Animal Man". The children were given the opportunity to handle some of animals - some were more willing than others!!!
Congratulations to both Molly Stevens and Hannah Darken for their success in the Knowsley Writing Competition. We are very proud of you.
Here is Year 6 showing their support for this wonderful charity.
Here are two wonderful examples of Year 6 using "Will/Will not" sentence types in their writing.
Year 6 had a great time during Music Week playing a variety of instruments. Each class performed in front of the whole school and Year 6s performance was fantastic. Well done everyone.
Years 4, 5 and 6 were transported back to 1914. It was quite a thought provoking and, at times, emotional experience. It gave the children the opportunity to consider the differences between now and then - how people lived, dressed, behaved - as well as the impact of war on men, women and children.
Congratulations Year 6 - you had the best attendance for the Autumn Term. The class were recognised for this achievement.
The children had to design a capsule to protect an egg when dropped from a height of 2 metres onto concrete.
Carefully following their designs, Year 6 made their egg capsules.
Putting the final designs to the test - could be messy! The egg that managed to survive but whose package was the lightest was the winner.
Watch out - the Vikings are coming! Year 6 created some brilliant Viking helmets.
Year six using 'polydron' to explore nets of 3D shapes.
Year six playing 'What number am I?'
Year 6 had a great time in the outdoor nature environment. A fantastic opportunity to take photographs with the ipads and create their own food chains.