We have been studying migration and learning so much.
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Sprite have had the most incredible year filled with amazing learning adventures.
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Have a wonderful Summer and we wish you all the very best for happiness and success in your new Secondary Schools
Year 6 have had an extremely busy start to their last half term at Oxford Gardens.
They have been working exceptionally hard on their writing to achieve their final assessments, and as well as this, have been designing the stage sets for their production, Little Shop of Horrors. Click here to…
The first couple of weeks for Year 6 have been extremely busy. We are very proud of the way that everyone is working so hard, becoming confident independent learners. Click here to find more and see some Hobbit inspired writing.
Year 6 have continued to work hard this half term. We have been delighted to see children attending the morning boosters bright and early!
During IPC we have been learning about DNA. We made strands of DNA in a double helix formation using strawberry pencils, cocktail sticks and jelly babies…
Click here to see some of the fabulous learning that Year 6 have completed on the Life Cycle of Plants and the Hobbit.
Year 6 have started the year with an exciting research project.
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Year 6 are back in school this week after the most amazing three days away. Once we arrived back, we wasted no time in writing thank you letters that detail some of the amazing experiences we had and thank: Abellio coach company, The Guilford Labour Party and The Sayers Croft Trust, who all…
Click below to read about our exciting learning, especially our trip to the Imperial War Museum
Click below to read about our fantastic first half term in Year 6; also you can read some of our incredible writing on the theme 'Our London'
Click below to see how much we have learnt about Brazil and how far we have got with Skellig
Year 6 have had a fantastic start to the year. To begin our IPC topic, ‘Migration’, on Monday we spent the afternoon outside building our own shelters. We pretended we were refugees and used only a few key items to build a shelter. Each shelter had to sleep at least six people, be secure and safe…