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In Snape Class we have lots of fun and laughter! On this page you will find our class news and lots of interesting pictures showing you what we have done.

 

 

Important information about us:

 

Teacher: Miss Johnson

LSP: Mrs Kirkham

 

School Council Representatives:

Willow and Kodie

 

 

PE Day:

Tuesday

 

 

Swimming:

Wednesdays

Children will need to make sure they have their swimming kit in school on this day.

 

Homework:

Homework is given to children on a Friday and should be back in school by the following Wednesday.

 

Mathletics and Purple Mash

Children can access these websites from home, each child has an individual username and password.

Mathletics allow children to practise their mathematics skills at home.

 

New for this year, Year 6 children also have access to a website called Reading Plus. Reading Plus is a brilliant website to help children with their reading skills! Every child has their own username and password and can access this from home!

         

 

 

 

Every week we celebrate our successes by having a Writer of the Week, Maths Mind, Sports Player and a VIP!

 

Our congratulations this week goes to...

 

VIP - Elyas


Maths Mind - 

 

Writer of the Week - 

 

Sports Player of the Week - Ella

 

 

 

 

Important dates for your diary:

 

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Anti-Bullying Week

Throughout the week commencing 11th November, we looked at anti bullying and how we can ensure to help people who we think may be being bullied. 

We talked about respecting others, treating people how we would like to be treated and always trying to put a smile on people's faces.

We had a really sensible and mature class discussion about bullying and hopefully we can show lots of kindness to all people from now on :). 

 

 

Diwali Celebrations!

On Friday 25th October, we looked at the celebration of Diwali! We watched a video about why this festival is celebrated.

We then did some Bollywood dancing! Everyone was fantastic! Well done!

 

Maths INSPIRE!

On Friday 25th October, we had our Maths Inspire session!

We started off with a times table challenge and then went through the different methods that we needed for the SATs Arithmetic Test!

It was lovely to see so many parents in our lesson!

Well done everyone!

 

 

 

 

Mental Health Day

On Thursday 10th October, we had a discussion about our mental health. 

We started off by talking about our worries and about how they could weigh us down. 

We then wrote all of our worries anonymously on a piece of paper and then we threw them around the classroom to get rid of them!

We then put all of our worries into our worry bag which we are going to have in our classroom from now on. We have got paper by the side of it to add any extra worries that we have. 

We then looked at two apples which represented two hearts. We spoke really kindly to one of them and shouted really unkind words to the other one. 

We then spoke about how words affect us and how it makes us feel on the inside. 

We then cut the apples in half to reveal what these different words would make us feel like.

 

 

 

Languages Day!

On Thursday 26th October, we celebrated Languages Day! We spent the afternoon looking at ways to say hello in different languages!

We then looked at the different flags for the different countries and drew them onto our poster!

A brilliant way to celebrate Languages Day Snape Class, well done!

 

 

 

Healthy Schools Week!

For Healthy Schools Week, all of our English work was based around instructions and how to keep ourselves healthy!

On Friday, we decided to make sure we ate our five a day and the whole class prepared their own fruit salad! Mrs Kirkham started off by cutting the skin off the pineapple and the melon and then everyone had a go at preparing fresh fruit which included: banana, strawberries, grapes, apples, kiwi and oranges!

The whole class were super at cutting up the fruit so that there was enough for everyone!

Well done Snape Class!

 

 

 

Rock Steady Assembly!

On Thursday 12th September, Ben came in from Rock Steady to teach all us about different electric instruments!

He showed us the electric guitar, the electric drum kit and the electric keyboard and we all sang different songs and joined in with the different rhythms! 

                   

On Wednesday 18th September, Rock Steady came back to visit our school where different children had the opportunity to go up on to the stage to play the different instruments!

We had Lola on the drums, Mason on the electric guitar, Shadane and James on the keyboard and then Luke and Isabelle on the vocals!

A letter has now gone out with extra information about children who would like to participate in Rock Steady lessons! Make sure you enrol online if you would like to!

                 

                                                  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Snape Class 2018-2019

 

mail  Tuesday 4th December - Parents' Evening

mail  Wednesday 5th December - Parents' Evening

 

PE Days:

Mondays and Tuesdays

 

Homework:

Homework is given to children on a Friday and should be back in school by the following Wednesday.

 

 

 

Every week we celebrate our successes by having a Writer and Reader of the Week, Maths Mind, Sports Player and a VIP!

 

Our congratulations this week goes to...

 

VIP - Kamil


Maths Mind - Leah

 

Writer of the Week - Kirstie

 

 

Sports Player of the Week - Safian

 

 

 

Year 6 Maths Inspire Workshop

 

On Friday 26th October, we enjoyed our first Inspire Workshop.  Thank you to everyone for attending.

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On Monday, September 10th 2018, Year 6 started their new topic by travelling 

back in time and experiencing a journey many children would have made during 

the World War 2 era.

 

The children and staff of year 6 were 'evacuated' from school and sent away on the Severn Valley Railway to Highley Station! The children had nothing more than their packed lunches and the clothes on their back!! 

 

We had 4 fantastic guides during our trip and we were informed that Highley Station was actually a destination for children during the World War 2 evacuation. Upon arriving, children waited to be allocated to the villagers.

It really gave us all an appreciation of what life would have been like for the evacuees of World War II. 

 

Healthy Schools Week

 

On Friday 21st September, we made a Fruit Salad 

to link into Healthy Schools Week!

 

Firstly, we spoke about different types of fruit and then we made our Fruit Salads. We linked this neatly into our English lesson and based our Big Write on Making Instructions, using Imperative Verbs.  Well done Everyone !!

 

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