Walliams Class Year 6

Welcome back to school - you are now beginning your journey in to Year 6. Take a look below at your new timetable and the topic web so you know what you will be learning this term. You will be having P.E. every Wednesday so everyone will need trainers or plimsolls every week.

 

We look forward to teaching you and making your last year at St.Mary's a great one.

Mrs Davison and Mrs Moore

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Year 6 Christian Unity Service 2020

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Year 6 classes from several schools in Swanley, came together at St Peter's church in Hextable for a Christian Unity Service. The children participated in some readings, sang hymns together and enjoyed some interactive activities.

Year 6 Christian Unity Service - St Peter's church, Hextable

Epiphany is celebrated 12 days after Christmas on 6th January and is the time when Christians remember the Wise Men (also sometimes called the Three Kings) who visited Jesus.

Epiphany is celebrated 12 days after Christmas on 6th January and is the time when Christians remember the Wise Men (also sometimes called the Three Kings) who visited Jesus. 1 Each class was given ‘La Galette des Rois’, which had been cut up in enough pieces for each child. Everyone chose a piece of the cake asking the questions – ‘Qui sera la reine? or ‘Qui sera la roi? The child, who had ‘La feve’, was given a crown to wear and was the King/Queeen for the day.

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Author visit from Grant Strong - Year 6 workshop - Take a look below at the book trailer

Running Deep by G.B.Strong

To find out more visit www.elfbooksltd.com

R.E - Was Jesus the Messiah? Jesus' triumphant entry into Jerusalem - Scene 1

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Matthew 21: 1-3As Jesus and his followers were coming closer to Jerusalem, they stopped at Bethphage at the hill called the Mount of Olives. From there Jesus sent two of his followers and said to them, “Go to the town you can see there. When you enter it, you will quickly find a donkey tied there with its colt. Untie them and bring them to me. If anyone asks you why you are taking the donkeys, say that the Master needs them, and he will send them at once.”

Was Jesus the Messiah? Jesus' triumphant entry into Jerusalem - Scene 2

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Matthew 21: 4-5
This was to bring about what the prophet had said: “Tell the people of Jerusalem, ‘Your king is coming to you. He is gentle and riding on a donkey, on the colt of a donkey.’”

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Matthew 21: 6-7
The followers went and did what Jesus told them to do. They brought the donkey and the colt to Jesus and laid their coats on them, and Jesus sat on them.

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Matthew 21: 8-9
Many people spread their coats on the road. Others cut branches from the trees and spread them on the road. The people were walking ahead of Jesus and behind him, shouting,“Praise to the Son of David! God bless the One who comes in the name of the Lord! Praise to God in heaven!”

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Matthew 21: 10-11
When Jesus entered Jerusalem, all the city was filled with excitement. The people asked, “Who is this man?” The crowd said, “This man is Jesus, the prophet from the town of Nazareth in Galilee.”

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Art - Creating Ancient Greek tiles designs with clay

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Mrs Szram, our music teacher, gave each group the same instruments: piano, cow bells, bongo drums, xylophone and a rain stick. The group improvised to create a musical composition.

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Ancient Greek Day 2019 

Year 6 took part in an Ancient Greek day with Portals of the Past as a hook into this term's topic on Ancient Greece. They made their own Chitons to dress up in and participated in a variety of activities - Strategy games, Olympic events, Fact-finding, Democracy and Drama.

World Book Day 2019 - Visit from author Valerie Bloom

ECHO Charity Day - Well done for raising £250