Yr 6 Term 2 2017

 
Look at this great stegosaurus picture - painting by numbers with a times-table twist - inspired by something we did in class!

Some outstanding homework...
 
An accomplished martial artist in our midst!
 
All the fun of the Fair!
 
Questioning our local MP, Karin Smyth.

Year 6 Lifeskills Training at the Create Centre

On Monday the 20th of November, Year 6 visited the Create Centre.  

We did a large selection of activities and made all three 999 calls: the ambulance call was a result of discovering a boy who had fallen off a ladder and was unconscious; the fire emergency involved a burning room and being shown the aftermath of the fire; for the police call we were in a dark alley and heard a woman calling for help and saying a man had a knife. 

We talked about gases and gas leaks, and the difference between drugs and medicine.

We were taught how to cross the road safely and how long it will take for a car to slow down at 30 MPH compared to 20 MPH.

We were also shown that you could drown in two inches of water and how it is dangerous to tombstone because the water could be very shallow.

We also learnt how to clear someone’s airway in the case of an emergency when there is no one to help. 

It was a very interesting experience to learn about real life situations and how to deal with them.  

To achieve a sense of what we experienced, check out this brilliant 360 Degree Virtual Tour of the venue by clicking on the following link:

http://lifeskills-bristol.org.uk/about-the-centre/tour/ 

 By Theo M, Amelie, Ava P and Tilly (6ES)

 

 
The teachers weren't allowed to come around the activities with us but they spied on us anyway, via CCTV!
 
Our day of Christmas creativity. Thank you to the parents who came in to help, including Miss Clayphan and Miss Swain's mums!
 
 
We've been working on dances with Mr Mac, taking our inspiration from great moments in sport...
 
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Another brilliant Ava and Conan production!
 
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A remarkable illustration by Theo, for Brian Selznick's book 'The Invention of Hugo Cabret'. So much detail! Theo tells us he's working on his own book, about the people who live in the place he's drawn.