Welcome to Walliams Class!
Welcome to the new Year 6 class page.
Below you will find your termly timetable, your termly topic web and an overview of the year.
You will also be able to access your Brain-builder homework that I set you every week..
Everyone needs their full Swimming kit in school every Wednesday.
Timetable and termly topic web
Year 6 trip to Down House - The home of Charles Darwin
Trip to Bore Place Organic Farm with Reception
1. Red blood cells (red-coloured sweets): 44% of blood volume. Carry oxygen and carbon dioxide around body. Only live for about 3 months, but are continuously produced in the bone marrow.
2. Plasma (syrup): 55% of blood volume. Syrups, thick, clear, yellowish liquid that carries dissolved food and wastes.
3. White blood cells (white jelly beans or marshmallows): 0.5% of blood volume. Bigger than red blood cells, oddly shaped cells that "eat" bits of old blood cells and attack germs.
4. Platelets (smarties): 0.5% -bits of cells and cytoplasm that help clot your blood.