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Welcome To The Wild West

 

Just a quick note, while we are working from home.

When you have produced a piece of work, and you really feel the urge to share it with me, why not create a Blog post and share it with me there. I will be visiting more frequently (I've already made a post there myself) and would love to see what you've all been up to outside of our Zoom lessons this week - as well as seeing some of the Maths, writing and other things you've been doing during those lessons!

See you all after half term,

Mr Abbott

Yeehaw, howdy and welcome to the Wild West!

 

This year your Sheriff will be Mr Abbott and he will guide you through the trials and triumphs of Year Six. We'll look at all the different parts of the Wild West - where it was, during which period of time it existed, who lived there, what they wore, the indigenous people of the time - as well as looking at the lives of those brave Frontiersmen who went West and made their homes in the wilderness of America.

 

This term, we'll also be studying World War 2 - including reading The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas - and looking at electricity and light in Science. Of course, we'll be looking g ahead to the SATs in May, but  we'll be having a lot of fun along the way!

 

Year Six is a lot of hard work, but us cowboys know how to enjoy ourselves and we'll be making absolutely certain that you have a fantastic year!

Meet The Teacher

Although we would have loved to meet you all personally, this year's Meet The Teacher must, sadly, take place behind closed saloon doors. In the Powerpoint below, find out a little bit more about the class, the structure of the day, and some of the work you'll be getting up to!

Yeehaw!!

Working Hard

Half term is nearly upon us and we've been working hard since we came back in September. I just wanted to say a big thank you to all of our supportive Wild West parents and to the children for their fantastic attitudes and hard work this past seven weeks. Let's hope next half term is just as much fun, especially the build up to Christmas when we'll undoubtedly be doing lots of exciting activities alongside all of the other work.

Keep your eyes open for some photos and examples of all the work we've done so far!

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