On Friday 20th October, 6C created artistic pieces inspired by American artist, Adam Pendleton. He uses collage, paint and other materials to create statement pieces, with some based on civil rights movements, such as the Black Lives Matter movement.
Children collected newspapers and images they wanted to use to create their own pieces. Lots of their work will go on display for the Thursday 2nd November ‘Black History at Clapham Manor’ celebration. This will be an after school event to showcase the whole school’s history and art work. Please come and see their great work!
To help with your homework and revision for SATs, you will soon be getting a year 6 study pack. This is a set of four books each covering parts of the year 6 curriculum, there’s a spelling book, English book, maths book and a science book. You will sometimes be told what page to focus on for homework that day or week, but you are also expected to use it independently to revise and take responsibility for your own learning. The books ARE NOT TO BE WRITTEN IN, activities should be completed on paper or in school books, if needed.
The study packs cost £5 – you will get this back if the books are brought back at the end of the year, or the £5 can go towards the trip at the end of the year to Chessington! Once you’ve given in your money, Mr Cullen will give you the pack.
Science Lesson Last Week:
Check out the science blog for photos from our beaks lesson! Can you answer the questions underneath the photos?
This week some of us have been adventuring in the Brecon Beacons in Wales and some have been staying closer to home – but equally testing their navigational and outdoor natural thinkers skills.
In two weeks we will be performing our first sharing assembly (Friday 13th October), giving us a chance to bring our parents and careers some live broadcasts and stories from our adventures this week!
We need your help – choose a day, a moment or an activity that you really loved (or hated to begin with), something you found difficult or challenging, frightening or impossible and write a news report of this. Remember the work you did on news reports in year 5 – it can be a broadcast or a written report – remember your audience and the purpose – to inform your audience of the event! Your report can be on any challenges or activities from the week, e.g. the school journey hike, the trip to Downe Village, the climbing or abseiling, or map reading at Downe.
Happy reporting – deadline day is Friday 6th October! – complete on paper or type and print out, can email Mr Cullen if you do not have a printer. Visit the Clapham Manor twitter page for more School Journey pictures.
Monday 25th September – Friday 29th September: School Journey Week
October: Black History Month
Friday 13th October: Sharing Assembly
Friday 20th October: 6C visit The Spinney
Monday 23rd October – Friday 27th October: Half Term
Monday 14th May – Friday 18th May: SATs Week
Welcome to your class blog for year 6!
This is a great place for you and your parents, family and carers to have a look at all the work we’re doing in 6C. Over the year Mr Cullen will post our great class work, pictures from any trips and lots of interesting questions for you to answer.
Class Information: P.E on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. We will usually do PE twice a week and it will be on two of these days, so please bring your kit for each day. We will also have French on a Monday afternoon and music on a Thursday afternoon.