Year 6 attended Old Trafford today and took part in the 'Show Racism the Red Card' event.
April 2022 - Investigating Light: Year 6 modelled how we see things and explored a range of phenomena and optical instruments such as periscopes, microscopes and optical illusions.
March 2022 - Science Week - To compare the difference between a gummy bear placed in tap water and a gummy bear placed in salt water.
February 2022 - World War 2 Matchbox Challenge - Children were challenged to design and make a World War Two artefact from a matchbox and other materials. The artefact had to be related to an aspect of World War Two that they had learned about.
October 2021 - Black History Month - Year 6 have been researching key historical figures during Black History Month and creating murals for the MU Foundation competition. Take a look...
Monday 27th September 2021 - Year 6 have been identifying fossils in their Science lessons!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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