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.
Year 6 SATs will take place the week commencing 14th May 2018
Please ensure your child is punctual and in school for the whole of that week.
Everyone needs their full P.E kit in school every Tuesday, as we will be doing Athletics outside on the field (unless it is raining). You may bring a tracksuit if you wish.
On Tuesday 17th April, Year 6 visited Down House (the home of Charles Darwin).
Look below at the photos.
Keep looking for any new photos of the exciting activities we get up to in Year 6. You will already see some Science and Music lessons below.
Your SATs are fast approaching and you need to get as much practise as possible. Below are a couple of website links that will be useful; one has past SATs papers for you to download and the other has interactive quizzes for all subjects.
Why don't you have a look?
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.