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Pi Day

Y6 have made a paper chain to represent the first 75 digits of the number pi. What great team work.

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Y6 Maths Convention

On the 27th of February, six girls from our Y6 had an opportunity to challenge themselves against other Y6 pupils from different schools. They worked really hard and have impressed teachers with the conversations and reasoning they had while trying to answer some really hard questions.

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Y6 had visitors!!!

Y6 had an amazing morning. They were visited by Zoos4Schools who brought a variety of different animals, such as snakes, lizards, tarantulas, rabbits, guinea pigs, stick insects and giant African land snail. The children learnt about these different creatures and also got to hold or stroke some of them too!

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Holes #weareastrea

Y6 Cosmos have carried created some drawings today based  on ‘Holes’ by Louis Sacher, their book for this half term. They read the first few chapters of the book and had to draw the image that was created in their head as they read it – what they imagined the …

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Terrific Texas #weareastrea

As part of their topic work driven by the novel ‘Holes’ by Louis Sacher, Y6 researched Texas (the setting of the book) and created factfiles. They did a fantastic job! Their next task is to learn to line dance as part of their home learning project. Yee-ha!

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