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St Mary's Catholic

Voluntary Academy

Part of the St Therese of Lisieux Catholic Multi Academy Trust

Year 6

                               Welcome to Year 6!

Mrs Howle is the Year 6 teacher. She is also the English and RE lead. Her favourite subject to teach is English; she particularly loves classic literature and grammar. In her spare time, she loves to walk her dog and read but not at the same time! 

Mrs Atilkan is the teaching assistant in Year 6. Her favourite subjects are poetry and music. In her spare time, she likes to watch musicals and go out to eat. She loves spending time with her children.

Year 6 Class Prayer

 

Almighty Father,

 

Thank you for the care and support you have given us throughout our lives,

Help us to stay on the right path, make the correct choices and achieve all our goals,

Support us so that we can become excellent and responsible role models for ourselves and others.

Beside you, we will work hard and fulfil our potential,

With the power of the Holy Spirit, empower us with wisdom and strength to soar into secondary school.

 

Amen

Our Classroom

Pentecost Term 1 Overview

Gallery Rebels

This term, our topic focus is Gallery Rebels —all about art. We will be researching art galleries around the world. In English, we will write adverts for art galleries, using persuasive language and techniques to entice the customer. We will also write reviews of the work of Impressionist, Expressionist and Surrealist artists. Finally, we will write poetry inspired by the art we have studied. In Science, we will look at how shadows are formed, refraction and reflection of light. In music, we will explore the concept of ‘identity’ – the various elements that shape us. He children will be invited to try out different ways of making their own music, while exploring the work of some of the most influential women in music over the last 100 years. Four British female contemporary artists are featured and interviewed in the unit; all living in the UK, expressing themselves through music and with different cultural backgrounds. This time in the liturgical year is very exciting, as it is full of the celebration of the Resurrection, moving on to Ascension Day and Pentecost. We will be exploring the themes of this special time through our RE units of Death & New Life and Healing.

Virtual Boccia Challenge

England does the Daily Mile...and so does Year 6!

Learning the technique of marbling

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