Super Susie!

A huge well done to Super Susie who danced in a number of competitions this weekend! Of course she was amazing! We are so proud of you Susie!

Child led learning


Yesterday, the children took ownership of their own learning. We reflected on the subtopics which we have recently covered in our angles learning. The children then selected which subtopic they wanted to revisit and went to that station, they used WAGOLLS and peer coaching to support their learning and they answered a variety of fluency, reasoning and problem solving questions.
Today, the children completed their end of topic assessment and they all did amazing as a result of their honest reflections and hard work yesterday! I am really proud!

My maths website of the week!

I highly recommend this fantastic website which covers many topics which we cover in year 6. Not only does it have various maths SATs questions from previous years, it also has youtube tutorials demonstrating the methods and talking through the questions!

If you can show me you have been working on this website at home, you can exchange your evidence for a prize out of my prize box!

https://www.worcesters.enfield.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/KS2-Maths-SATs-Ultimate-Organiser-2018.pdf

We are going to be on Trax FM!

Today, these children recorded with Trax FM as part of their little school project. Next week, from 3:30pm-4:00pm the children will be on the radio every day, answering questions and telling jokes for the whole week. They were all fabulous and I can’t wait to tune in!

 

Awesome coaching in maths!

6B have shown fantastic learning behaviours today when finding missing angles. They have shown great resilience and have been fantastic coaches. We have been working really hard on ensuring we don’t just give our classmates the answers when working collaboratively and we in fact question and challenge our friends’ thinking! I am so proud of their efforts and progress today! Well done 6B!

Identifying features!

Fantastic collaboration this morning picking apart our WAGOLL newspaper report. We have identified the features and we are displaying them in our classrooms to help us with our writing!

Read theory!

Good morning, over the past few weeks, children in Year 6 have been accessing read theory and they are really enjoying it. We want to encourage them to continue to work on this at home. From next week, we will be tracking the amount of quizzes and the time they have spent on it. Prizes will be awarded!
Lets get reading!