During week beginning Monday 9th May, the year 6 children completed their SATs tests. The children worked so incredibly hard; we couldn't be any prouder of them. Please see below to take a closer look at what the children have been up to in their final term at CBJS.
During our English lessons, we have been using a non-fiction text called 'Natural World' to inspire our reading and writing. The children wrote a diary entry from the perspective of a busy honey bee.
The children also planned and wrote a standalone short story linked to an abandoned house. The focus was to create atmosphere whilst combining action, description and dialogue.
Take a look at some of the excellent pieces of writing that have been created.
During their P.S.H.E lessons in the summer term, the children have worked through a topic called 'Surviving Childhood' in preparation for their transition to secondary school.
During their lessons, the children have learned about a range of different topics, including: changes, how to deal with rumours, stereotypes, organisation and time management when at secondary school, managing stress and pressure and looking after their mental health and well-being.
Please see below for some examples of the outcomes that the children have produced during their lessons.
During the summer term, the children have been learning about the topics of evolution and inheritance.
Within their lessons, they have focused on the fossilisation process, Charles Darwin and his theory of natural selection, human evolution, inherited characteristics and plant adaptations. Please see below for some of the outcomes completed by the children.