Such a fun last day of term – party games, board games, a christmas movie and way too much party food!! Well deserved because all the Godrevy children have worked so hard this term. Have a great Christmas everyone! -Mr N
Two Y6 classes (Godrevy and Pendeen) won a part yon the Santa Bus! Here are some pics….
So much progress from Week 1 – Week 6! All the Y6 teachers have been really impressed with the Tag Rugby skills from this cohort. Here are some pics of Godrevy in action . . . . .
Challenge. Problem Solving. Collaboration. Team work. Innovating. Designing. Building. Inventing. Debugging. Today’s STEAM day had it all! We had so much fun creating Lego prototypes that could be programmed using the WeDo app. The children picked up the concept really quickly and were able to explore different algorithms that made their creations do different things. […]
Year 6 have really enjoyed learning about Classification of Living Things. We have learned about Carl Linnaeus who invented the classification system, how living things can be grouped, how to create classification keys and the different types of leaves in our school grounds. Such a great first science topic!
So impressed with the Year 6 children’s artwork this term – we have been using multimedia techniques to create our own giant waves based on a Hokusai painting. Also, the children have been constructing, using papier mache and painting their volcanoes, ready for next week’s explosions!
During a paired reading skills lesson, Fowey and Lizard class shared their favourite stories. We discussed the characters, story plot and read aloud to each other. Both classes collaborated brilliantly to share their love of reading!
This is one of the best days of the year! A chance to dress up as an Ancient Egyptian and immerse ourselves in topic-related activities. Linked learning at its very best!… and such great fun for the children too!
Today, Y6 discovered the importance of mindfulness! We are going to incorporate this into our learning because it helps us keep calm, relaxed and positive!
A brilliant start to a brilliant topic – discussing how to survive in a Natural Disasters situation and choosing the right equipment!