We have had a wonderful term and enjoyed all the festive Christmas activities over the past couple of weeks. Today Santa came to visit us!
Wishing everyone a wonderful holiday!
Abdul took over control of the class as part of our whole school Take Over Day! He really enjoyed being the teacher at times throughout the day and deciding what the children should do on this special day!
We enjoyed dressing up for Children In Need. The children designed their own Pudsey, learnt about the history of CIN and what we raise money for. The children also participated in a variety of activities led by the year 6 teachers and a disco too! What a fun day for a great cause. Ruby class also hosted the CIN tuck shop.
As part of our work on anti-bullying Ruby class used Purplemash to design an anti-bullying webpage and some anti-bullying posters. Here is some of the children’s work:
As the class achieved over 500 dojo points last half term they got to decide on a special trip as their reward. The children chose to attend Mead Open Farms Halloween Horror event. All the children were very brave and went to all the spooky trails and shows.
Hello and welcome to Ruby Class and Year six!
Our class is made up of ten children and five grown-ups. Our class teachers are Michelle and Emma. We have a great team working alongside the children, Linda is our TA3 and Monika, Karolina and Nadima are our TA's. We have seven boys and three girls in our class and they have settled in really well and it's been great getting to know them. We are looking forward to a great year together.
This half term our topic is “Fit as a Fiddle” and it gives us the opportunity to learn about all the different ways we can look after our bodies and stay healthy – which is so important now we are getting bigger and are almost ready to leave Richmond Hill! We also have a couple of trips to the Gymnastics Centre scheduled for this half term, where we will be buddying up with Pearl Class for some fun physical activity.
In English, we are going to focus on the book The Iron Man by Ted Hughes. We feel the children will really enjoy reading this story. As always we will use the story to develop our reading, writing and speaking and listening skills. This will also be reinforced when completing our weekend news every Monday morning.
We look forward to meeting you soon! Please keep checking this page to see what we have been up to!
We've been working really hard in maths this half term. We have learnt more about shapes, measuring distance, collecting data, number and time.