Welcome to Wolves' Class
Statutory Spellings for Years 5 & 6. Towards the end of Summer Term 6, the Wolves will be tested on the third column (parliament - yacht).
Leavers' Shine Assembly 18th July 2019
Year 6 'Ribbons of Hope'
CSI Led by the Mini Police
Maths No Problem - Drawing a Net of a 3D Shape Triangular Prism
Year 6 Church School Festival at Lincoln Cathedral 12th June 2019
Computational Thinking and Creativity - Animations.
The children in Wolves' class have learnt how to plan using storyboard, shoot and edit a stop motion animation on the Ipads. Have a look at their hard work below.
Vinnie and Ben's stop motion animation.
Javan and Brooklyn's stop motion animation.
Evie and Hattie's stop motion animation
Adam, Phoebe and Sam's stop motion animation
Finn, Freddie, Josh and Marcis' stop motion animation
Friendship by Caitlin and Shania - a stop motion anaimation
The Blob Monster by Daniel, Max and Oscar - a stop motion anaimation
Brodie, Corey and Morgan's stop motion animation
Jess, Poppy and Teal's stop motion animation
Christie, Ella, Evie and LIbby's slow stop motion animation
Kaliyah and Milly's Blob Time stop motion animation
Another stop motion animation by Kaliyah and Milly, just using pencil erasers and imagination.
Homework Grid for Spring Term
Below you will find a bingo grid with homework projects related to our Spring Term Topic of ‘Earth Matters’ plus some additional tasks.
- You will be required to hand in one project every 2 weeks on a Friday, beginning on Friday the 19th January 2019. A total of 6 pieces (from inside the grid) before Easter.
- You can choose to complete the tasks in any order.
- How you present the information/finished work is up to you, but it will be suitable for keeping in your project journal (A4). Those who choose to complete projects using various digital formats will need to print out their final versions so they can be added to their journals. Electronic copies can be emailed to email@example.com
- Work needs to be well presented and of an Upper Key Stage 2 standard.
Write a story for Reception Class
Create a colourful poster of the Water Cycle
Choose 2 housework tasks at home that you have never done before (clothes washing, cooking a meal, cleaning the car etc).
Document your experience, explain how you did them, what were the tricky parts? Compare them, which was the best/worst? Include pics if possible.
Create a picture, using any medium, of what you imagine the view to be like from the top of Everest.
Extreme Reading Challenge
Create a collage using pictures of you reading in places you wouldn’t usually read in.
Prepare an oral presentation for the class all about the life of somebody famous from history that the Wolves Class wouldn’t already know about.
Create a map of your local area, as to scale as possible, including a key and your house.
Find 5 words that you previously didn’t know and that you think no one else in the class will know either. Create an explanation sheet, with your best presentation/handwriting detailing how to spell the word, what the word means and how you can use it in a sentence.
(If no one else knows your words you gain 5 bonus success points)
Create a fact file for ANY mountain in the world (cannot be Everest)
Maths - Using Bar Models to Solve a Problem
Farm Kitchen - Cooking a healthy Chicken Curry
P.E. - Create a dance sequence
The Ancient Greece Museum was open to the Public
Literacy - Drama. East O' The Sun and West O' The Moon (a traditional Norwegian tale).
ICT Computational Thinking - TED Style Talk Videos on:
'Top Tips for When Things Don't Go To Plan'