The pupils in Year 6 had fun learning to edit photos (Photo Manipulation) using the online software Photopea – similar to Photoshop – in their computing classes on Friday 19th March.
Last week, Year 6 endeavoured to complete their Explanation Text unit for English. After weeks of learning, they invented their own explanation texts. Here are a few brilliant examples from brilliant writers in 6P!
On well-being Wednesday Year 6 have been learning about feelings and emotions and exploring that it can be difficult to express how we feel. We have been learning strategies to support our emotional regulation and who we can talk to. We created inspirational quotes to motivate ourselves and others.
6P have been incredible in sharing and creating inspiration quotes during Wellbeing Wednesday this week. We have all been so inspired. In English, we have been practising writing conclusions for explanation texts. One such star, Kaira, produced a phenomenal conclusion based on the explanation text: How Social Media Influences Young People.
This week the children have been exploring planning, designing and advertising a product in Dragon’s Den style. They created their own pitches and presented their work at the Dragon’s Den workshop. Year 6 have been so proud of the work produced – we have some inventors and public speakers in the making!
On 15th July 2020, our Year 6 pupils held a special outdoor Leavers’ Graduation Assembly to celebrate their achievements and bid farewell to Keir Hardie as they take the next step in their learning journeys.
Adrian and Naeema from Year Six had the amazing opportunity to perform at the East London Speech-Making Festival on 29th November 2019. Their speeches emphasised the dangers of increasing climate change and ways in which the young generation can move forward. What a fantastic opportunity!
As part of Rights and Respect Week 2019, children in Year 5 and 6 took part in a workshop, delivered by NSPCC. The purpose of the workshop was to inform children of their rights and responsibilities as children.
The children took part in a TFL delivered workshop. The aim of the workshop was to promote safe, responsible and respectful behaviour on and around London’s transport system and to provide valuable tips on how to use the services provided.