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Goodbye Year 6 and good luck on your next journey!
This year the traditional leavers service at Guildford Cathedral and the leavers church service have been unable to go ahead. This year we invite you to join us in our virtual leavers service. We hope you enjoy and it brings back many memories of the journey you have been on through your time at Cranleigh Primary. We wish you all the best of luck and prayers as you continue your journey.
Summer 2 Home Learning
work Pack for Week beginning July 20th 2020
Here is your final text based project for the next 3 days, remember last week we put in extra maths, spag/phonics and reading to last you this week aswell.
work pack for week beginning july 13th 2020
This pack will have a project based around a text to last the week and worksheets for maths, SPAG/Phonics and reading to take you to the end of term so there are 8 days to complete these and you will be given a seperate text based project for the last 3 days of term.
work Pack for Week beginning July 6th 2020
Work Pack for Week beginning June 29th 2020
Good afternoon Year 6 we hope you are all well and have got stuck into your new learning pack. As some of you know, we are creating a leavers video and we would love you to be a part of it. Below is a dance tutorial teaching you the chorus to We're all in this together, as you will be able to see I have given it a go so it is now down to you! If you want to be a part of the music video please send in a video of yourself following along- we need these by Friday. We can not wait to see you getting your groove on!!
Work Pack for Week beginning June 22nd 2020
Work Pack for Week beginning June 15th 2020
Congratulations Miss Daughtry and Family. Love from the Year 6 Team
wORK PACK FOR WEEK BEGINNING 8TH JUNE
We hope you enjoy our new learning packs based upon a text. This pack includes tasks from all curriculum areas. Read the information on the first page for more detail.
It was lovely to see so many of the Year 6s back in school this week. On Monday all the children in school took part in a virtual assembly led by Mrs Leadbetter- Simms. During this different pods shared the work they had been up to the previous week. Pod 6EK had filmed a video titled Hygiene Heroes which they were very excited to share with the rest of the school. We hope everyone enjoys watching this super piece of work by some of the children.
Don't forget if you are at home keep in touch with us through the year 6 email account as it would be brilliant to see what you are all up to or even just send us a quick hello!
Discovery pack and supplementary tasks for week beginning June 1st 2020
new Home Learning pack
We hope you have enjoyed the learning you have completed at home so far. We are now using our new Discovery Pack.
Your teachers have been keen to read their favourite books to you. See if you can spot familiar faces or voices from the staff. Enjoy a good book and maybe you could share your favourite books with us too. Find us on the reading page here.
We have really enjoyed seeing all the learning you have been getting up to over the past few weeks. It is great to see you are all so busy as well as making the most of the outdoors in this beautiful sunshine! Keep working hard and staying positive.
With VE Day taking place on Friday 8th May, we have put together some activities for you to choose from to work alongside the discovery packs. Have a look at what VE Day is and have a go at celebrating. We cannot wait to see what you get up to!
Our great learning
It has been lovely to see what you have all been up to this week. Many of you have been making the most of the sunshine and taking your learning outside- keep it up! We love seeing what you are all doing it really makes us smile to see you well and happy.
With the sun shining it is a perfect time for you to spend some time sitting, relaxing and reading a good book. Below are some recommendations if you are in need of a new book to read.
What a lovely return to the Summer term with the sun shining and an email inbox full of fantastic work that has been completed! Take a look at some of our creativity.
Welcome back Year 6
Hopefully you all enjoyed the Easter break, even if it was a little different to what we have been used to before.
We hope you are all refreshed and keen to face the new challenges of the Summer term.
Remember your teachers love to see and hear what you are all up to so do get in touch via the year group emails.
Our Great Learning
There is such a variety of tasks being worked hard on today. From textiles to food technology to writing. Well done!
Well done Year 6, you have been busy and I am seeing lots of lovely work. I love the art, writing and science I have received recently.
Do you love reading as much as me? Click here to have a listen to a shared story. We will be updating the stories as much as possible for you to listen to.
Over the past week we have been sent amazing examples of learning and we can't wait to see even more. Have a look at some of the learning in our virtual gallery!
We are really enjoying the work we are seeing being produced. It is great that there are examples of all areas of the curriculum and that children are learning lots of new skills as well. From exploring books to baking and bonding with siblings keep up all the hard work and we look forward to seeing lots of learning being explored.
Good morning Year 6, it looks to be a bright and sunny day. We hope your first day of home learning went well. Remember to set out your goals for the day focusing on your learning tasks. Take breaks much like we do in school with an extended lunch break allowing yourself time to relax. Make sure to find yourself 15 minutes in the day to reflect- you can find daily reflections for both yourself and your family to complete at home, under the Christian School Tab on the school website. Don't forget to keep in touch we would love to see what learning you are all up to.
Afternoon, the sun is shining and I hope you are all as well. As it is the beginning of the week take time today to plan your week out, create a timetable for yourself much like we have at school, think carefully about what learning will look like across the course of each day. below is an example timetable to get you started. Remember all learning needs to be completed in your home learning books. We would love to see your learning so please keep in contact with us and send some of your wonderful work in so we can motivate each other to achieve. Have a lovely day.
This morning, we have all joined in with Joe Wicks. This is done everyday at 9am on Youtube and is a great way to start the day. Have a go at home too because we have had great fun keeping active.
Please click here for the Yr6 Spring Term Map - It's all Greek to me'
Please click here for the Spring Term Parents Information
Please click here for the 'Showcase of Writing' Spring Term 2020 booklet.
Over the past few weeks Year 6 have been planning and teaching their own PE lessons. They had to think about warm ups, skills, games and cool downs. They had a great time being mini teachers for the afternoon and showing off their knowledge of invasion games.
world book day
Last Thursday was World Book Day and all of year 6 embraced stepping into their favourite books for the day. We started the day off with a book quiz testing the children's knowledge of popular fiction books. Next we went into the hall where Mr Dacombe and his crayon team told the story of 'The Day the Crayons Quit.' throughout the day all children were taught by a different teacher and great fun was had by all. In the afternoon we took part in writing a whole school story with each class adding the next paragraph- we can't wait to hear the finished piece. We ended the day with a carousel of book activities allowing the children to creatively reflect on characters and plots. Well done to everyone who dressed up or completed some speed reading!
During our Art lesson, we have been learning about the different grades of pencil. We then used our learning to follow a step by step guide for how to sketch a minotaur. Come and see our full gallery displayed in the classroom and read the stories in our English books which tell you all about the terrifying minotaur.
Our new topic this term is called 'It's all Greek to me' Watch this space for Greek temples being built in the Year 6 shared area.
This half term in PE with Coach Josh and Coach Ben we have been playing Tag Rugby. This week the children played mini matches and worked hard to score tries and not get tagged. It was a brilliant and everyone remembered the top tips they had been taught. From not panicking when holding the ball to making sure all throws are done backwards. Good team work year 6!
Our 'Diversity' topic has begun with some fantastic Art work. After lots of discussion about the variety of different animals which are found across all the different countries of Africa, the children were able to select their own animal to complete. The care and attention that has been taken in the shading and making sure that the features match up with the photographed side has been incredible. I think you will all agree that this is a Stunning Start to Year 6. Please pop into our classroom any time to see the whole class selection on display.