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Celebration of Work
8/12/2017 - Year 6 are getting very excited with the preparations for Christingle and the festive season. We are coming to the end of our 'Around the World' theme. The children have discovered information about places such as Chichen Itza, Angkor Wat and many more while learning about the continents and countries of the world.
They have also explored the issues caused by deforestation whilst writing letters of persuasion and learnt about life in India leading up to Partition whilst reading the 'Wheel of Surya' in class.
We would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and look forward to more fabulous learning in 2018.
24/11/2017 - The children have really worked hard over the past two weeks and their work in Science with Electricity and Maths with Fractions has shown just how amazing they truly are.
Some of the children also went to Maidstone Girls' Grammar school for a Thinking Skills workshop. They represented the school wonderfully, asking extremely intelligent questions, taking part and working with children from another school brilliantly to build an intriguing range of bridges with only paper, spaghetti and tape. Well done Year 6 and keep up the hard work.
10/11/2017 - Year 6 have had a wonderful time with a pair of visiting magistrates, who came to the school to show the children how the court system worked. The children really enjoyed taking on the roles of magistrates, witnesses and reporters as well as other court officials.
In other subjects, we have moved on to learning about the continents and countries of the world and are currently enjoying reading the Wheel of Surya. In Maths, we are also beginning to work on fractions. Keep up the good work Year 6.
13/10/2017 - We would like to say a huge well done to all who passed their 11+ this week. For those who were less fortunate, I know you will do well wherever you choose to go to school and that you will be a credit to our school and your next.
This week, we are continuing our work on Electricity and we are also having great fun reading the 'Hound of the Baskervilles' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. We are also continuing our focus on the four operations in maths, honing and perfecting our accuracy and care with both formal and mental calculations.
Next week we are looking forward to the visit of some local magistrates to help us to learn about their important role. This has always been a popular event over the last few years at South Borough and I am sure that the children will gain a lot from the visit.
I would also like to remind you that the applications for secondary school need to be in by the end of this month. You should have already had a booklet explaining how to apply but, should you need another, we do have a limited number of spare booklets.
29/09/2017 - Well the past two weeks have seen year 6 working hard on their first set of practice SATs tests, but it has not all been stressful. We have also been having some fun with Spanish (learning about the names for things in and around the classroom) as well as learning all about static electricity with a Van de Graf machine, balloons and a lot of confetti!
The children have been reminded that their homework projects are due in in a couple of weeks time and I am looking forward to seeing what I am sure will be some amazing inventions which will change the world!
15/09/2017 - The new year 6s are currently looking at place value and writing descriptions, as well as getting used to the new pace of work. Please help your children to keep reading and practice their spellings regularly. Thank you for your support.