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Mr Roberts
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Congratulations to our Class Captain

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Mia
Autumn Term 1 

Week 1

A great start to Week 1 in Springbok Class. The children returned after their summer break to find that they would spend a week doing tests! I have been so impressed with the effort and attitude the children have shown; I know we are in for a fantastic year together. In Maths we have started looking at what a Maths Person is and as well as deciding that they must dress smart, we decided that they must not give up, learn from their mistakes and that anyone can achieve in Maths. Well done Springbok, keep up the hard work!

Week 2

Every time I sit down to write a weekly update for the website, I am shocked to see how quickly the week has gone. It has been another hardworking week in Springboks and the children again have impressed me with their effort and attitude. In Maths we have started a new way of working; this year we will be doing different projects. The first project is “Earth 2027”; we will be looking at seeing and predicting what the population would be in 2027. In English and Shared Reading we have started work on one of my favourite stories “The Silver Sword”. Within the lessons, the children have looked at the meaning of words, made predictions and started planning their own story.  A fantastic week Springboks! Keep up the hard work!

Week 3

Another incredibly hardworking has taken place in  Springbok class this week. In Maths we have continued our work on estimated what the population will be in ten years; it is very interesting and slightly scary to see how quickly the world population is increasing! In Shared Reading the children have been showing off their acting skills as we have acted out parts of the story. A great week, well done Springboks!

Week 4

Another week has flown by in Springboks and we find ourselves already half way through this half-term. We are coming to the end of Earth 2027 project and this week we looked at different types of line graphs. In English we have started off our independent write and in shared reading we have continued our work on the Silver Sword (See the picture below as we decided which character would make the best hero).  Well done Springboks, keep up the hard work!

Week 5

Another week in Springboks, Another hardworking week. In English we have finished our stories and I was delighted with the quality and effort put in. In Maths we are coming to the end of our “World 2027” project and the children have begun to draw their final graphs to show their data. I have been really pleased with the children this week so I am going to give them Monday off school (Sadly the teachers have to come in)!

Enjoy the longer week-end.

Week 6

A shorter but just has hard working week in Springboks! We have finally come to the end of our Maths topic and the children finished off their graphs as they showed their findings. In English we have begun our new book ” Good night Mr Tom” ; the children spend time finding features of the text. The highlight of the week however was our trip to Fort Nelson. the trip included; looking at lots of weapons, walking down dark corridors and seeing a gun display! The behaviour was fantastic, well done Springboks.

Week 7

A wonderful end to a hardworking half term. I have been so impressed with the effort and attitude. We finished our half term completing tests. Everyone has worked hard and did really well on the test. I have really enjoyed teaching Springboks this half-term. Enjoy your week off everyone!  

Well done to our Class Captain Ellie
Autumn Term 2 

Week 1

 

I am so pleased with how well Springboks have come back after their week off. In Topic we have begun our new unit of work : Space Tourists. This week the children found out facts about the Sun, Moon and Earth and  my favourite fact has to be ” the moon is not made out of cheese!”.  We have also started a new unit of work in Maths ” The world as a village.” The children looked at what the population of the world would be if represented as a 100 people.

In English we have continued our work on “Good night Mr Tom” with the children starting to write a story about their evacuation. Well done Springboks, keep up the hard work!

Week 2

I have been incredibly proud of Springboks this week as the effort and attitude has continued to be fantastic. We have all found Maths challenging this week as we have been looking at Fractions, percentage and decimals. Our resilience has been amazing and on Thursday this week, we finally had a break through; I can not think of many lessons I have walked feeling more impressed and encouraged then that Maths lesson. Amazing effort from everyone. In English we are starting our own  story about an exciting thing that happened on their evacuation . On Friday we had some visitors come round our class and they were blown away by the quality of our books! Well done all! 

Well done to our Class Captain – JACOB!

 

Week 3

I always get to a Friday and wonder where the week has gone and this week is no different. The children have again worked hard and produced some well thought out pieces of work. We are coming to end of our “Good Night Mr Tom” piece of writing in English. In Shared Reading, we spent some time looking at how Willie’s life was different in the countryside to London. In Maths we have continue our work on fractions, decimals and percentages; starting looking at adding and subtracting mixed numbers. Well done again this week Springboks!

Well done to our Class Captain – Tyrone!
Week 4

Another week has flown by as we move closer and closer to Christmas! I have been pleased with the effort and attitude of the children again this week. In Shared Reading we showed off our acting skills as we acted out the story “King Midas and his gold.” We definitely had some Oscar winning performances! We have finished our stories in English and I am pleased to see how well they have turned out! I was very proud of my class this week in Maths as we continued our work on fractions and we are becoming more and more confident with adding, subtracting, division and multiplication! A massive well done for the homework this week: amazing standard!  Well done everyone!

Well done to our Class Captain – ELLA!

Week 5

It has been a very egg-citing week in Springboks as the class have started to design their space capsule that will protect their egg pilot’s landing in our egg-periment in topic. As well as the fun in topic we had a musical maths lesson on Wednesday as the children create raps and songs to help them remember the four operations of fractions. In Shared Reading we started our story “War Horse” and the children created a persuasive piece convincing the father to keep the horse. Another fantastic week in Springboks. Well done all! 

Well done to Our Class Captain this week – COOPER!

Week 6

Well done to our Class Captain – EVIE!

A very busy week in Springboks class as we fitted the same amount of work into 4 days. The highlight of the week was clearly our trip to Winchester Science. All the children had a great time exploring the exhibits and then we went into the planetarium to see the wonder of the universe. The most pleasing thing for me was that everyone had a great time but also were fantastically well behaved. Well done  

Week 7

The year six classes were in for a treat this week as we gave all the children tests! I was pleased with the effort and attitude considering  how hard the children have worked this long term! It is pleasing to see that already this year the children are making very good progress.  we did manage something fun this week and it was not all tests! We went and saw the production of ” The shop of horrors” and with ever trip we go on, the children were brilliantly behaved. 

Spring Term 1 

Week 1

A fantastic start to 2018 in Springbok class! The children have come back after the Christmas break with a great attitude towards their work. It has been a very busy week! In Shared Reading we started a new book, ” Carrie’s war.”  We spent the week comparing the text to previous war stories we have read. In Maths we were sorting Cows and sheep as the children looked at finding different ratio. As with Shared Reading, we have also started a new topic in English: Suspense stories. Over the week we have spent time looking at different examples of Suspense stories and will be writing our own over the next few weeks. A very good start to the year! Well done all!

Well done to our Class Captain Danella!

Week 2

Well done to our Class Captain Bailey

Week 3

Springboks have been showing off the muscles in Topic this week as the children created out of cardboard and rubber bands a working muscle! I have been blown away by the standard of our suspense stories in English and feel that these are the best that I have seen from the children. Maths has been challenging this week as we looked at algebra; I was delighted with the effort and attitude from everyone and even though we found it hard, we carried on. Well done everyone. Keep up the great work.

Well done to our Reader of the week -  Millie 

Well done to our Class Captain Jacob.

Week 4

Another week has flown by in Springboks with the children continuing to work hard in their English and Maths! In English we have started looking at non-chronological reports and next week the children will start writing their own based on their own lands. In Maths we have continued our work on Algebra and even though the children have found the work challenging; they have shown great resilence!

Well done to our Class Captain - LEXI.

Week 5

It has been a very testing week in Springboks this week as we been spending the week completely tests. I have been very pleased with the effort and attitude of everyone this week and have been happy with the results that we have seen. As well as tests we also finished off our non-chronological reports; with some very interesting places described. We also did a piece of art based on our topics which I was impressed with the artistic skills shown. Well done all!

Spring Term 2
 

Week 1

After a relaxing week off over half term, it was back to work for Springboks ; it always impresses me how hard the class works after coming back. Mrs Wilson came to watch the class this week and she was very pleased with what she saw. I was very proud of my class as she told me how hard and how brilliant they all were. Like all weeks in year 6, it has been a very busy one. In English we finished our non-chronological reports on the Digestive system and in Maths we work on finding the radius, diameter and circumference of circles. I was blown away by the understanding of a concept that is very tricky! Well done all.

 

Week 2

A surprisingly shorter this week as Northern Parade closed for the snow and the children and teachers enjoyed a day off on the Friday.  As if having snow was not exciting enough we also had World Book day this week! Even though the week was shorter it did not stop us cramming lots of hard work. In Maths we had a revision week, where we had a look at the topics that we have studied in the last few weeks and I was pleased to see how much the children had learnt throughout the year. We are coming to end of our digestive system unit as we have almost finished our short stories about the journey through the human body.. Another busy week.

Well done Springboks!

Week 4

A really enjoyable week from Springboks as we came back from a long weekend after all the excitement of the snow. In English we started our new topic as we acted as news reporters to find out more about Mrs Waller's stolen bike (Just to add Mrs Waller and her bike are completely fine). I was really impressed by the questions the children asked and the amount of information they found out. In Maths we continued our revision as we looked at Sats style questions; I was pleased with the amount with have learnt this year! It was also parents evening  which I love even though this means late nights; it also is a chance for me to share the amazing work the children are doing. Well done all! keep up the good work.

Week 5

Another busy week in year 6 as we get closer to Sats. I am really pleased with the work and effort that has gone in this week. In Maths we have continued our revision; this week focusing in on different types of measures. English has been very exciting as we continue to write our newspaper articles on "What happened to Mrs Waller's bike?" Hopefully we will add some videos later with interviews from the witness and victim. As year six can be such a busy and hard year, we have introduced a more relaxed Tuesday afternoon and the children will take part in activities such as drama, art, cooking. Another hardworking week. Well done all! 

 

 

Week 6

A busy week this week in Springboks as the children took tests for mock sats weeks. Everyone tried their hardest and I was pleased with the effort and attitude; it is looking positive for the Sats! Away from Sats, we finished off our newspaper reports on Mrs Waller’s stolen bike! Well done all. Four more ups to Easter!