Year 6Mrs Crawley, Mr Thorogood, Miss Lishman and Mr Howarth
Welcome to year 6! Our teachers are Mrs Crawley, Mr Thorogood and Miss Lishman. In Year 6 we are learning about South America and Fallen Fields. In South America we will be looking at the differences between Rio, the Amazon Rain forest and the UK; and in Fallen Fields we will be investigating the World War 1. Please visit our page and see what we are up to.
The six weeks holidays brings time for a well deserved break. Some of the children have asked how they can improve their times tables. A great website to use is https://www.timestables.co.uk/ which follows Chinese principles. I highly recommend using it and make sure...read more
During sports week this week, our children have been extremely busy making the most of this amazing weather. They have thoroughly enjoyed taking part in a wide range of activities with our different visitors. Throughout the week, each class has taken part in a...read more
Following an article in national press yesterday, we strongly recommend reviewing your child's access to the gaming platform 'Roblox'. The article detailed how children using it can have access to games of an adult nature. There is also evidence of grooming taking...read more
Year 6 began sports week with an entertaining session from Hoopstarz. The children exercised showing off their hula hoop skills while listening to a range of music. The different skills they were taught were very impressive, even Mrs Crawley and Mr Howarth gave it a...read more
Today Miss Yoyo and Miss Grace taught us about Peking opera. We were introduced to it through a video clip, followed by our teachers explaining each part. We learned about the different ways each face is decorated and what each colour means: Red face - powerful people...read more
Year 6 were invited to Durham Cathedral to take part in a Leaver's Service along with schools from the local area. Once inside the magnificent building, the children took part in a range of activities based around reflecting on their time at St Aidan's, discussing any...read more