Author Archive | Year 6


Year 6 bombs away!

On Monday morning, we were told to go outside onto the circle area in the playground.  We were told that, over the weekend, our caretaker Mr Allen had been digging up the trim trail and had discovered an unexploded World War Two bomb.  We were shown the bomb, which was still partly in the ground, read more »

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Year 6 Tank Museum trip

As part of our WWII project, Year 6 visited the Tank Museum at Bovington Camp. We walked into the Museum and had an explanation of what we would be doing for the day. This included workshops, exploring the different types of tanks and seeing the WWI section which has replica trenches. The workshops covered dressing read more »

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PGL 2017 (The Y6 Residential) The Reviews

This years residential trip brought a lot of smiles and there are many memories we wish to share. Listed below are some quotes from some that went: “It was an exhilarating experience giving us great memories!”-Molly 6P “It was so awesome and I would love to do it again”-Archie6P “It was torture (the weather was), read more »

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Year 6 Wessex Water Visit

On Wednesday the 22nd of March 2017 a man from Wessex Water came into all Year 6 classes and showed us what water does. All classes found it very interesting. First, all the Year 6 classes did an experiment on which type of material is the best. Here are the results: 8th= Cotton Wool                                 4th= read more »

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Documentaries and Year 6

In the past few weeks, Year 6 have been focusing about filming a documentary of their choice. With just a handful of class members in their group and a device called a Learn Tab, they have been putting together a film which will be shown a few weeks’ time. Classes 6H, 6T and 6P are filming read more »

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PGL Meeting From Last Week

On Thursday 16th of February year 6 ( parents)   had a meeting about our residential. this is the link to the power point. if you have any further questions  please ask your child’s teacher. By Mac  ( Part of the Year 6 Blog Team).  

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Year 6 Mayan Masks: the making

Before half term year 6 have been working very hard to design and create Mayan masks, we have all been thinking extremely hard about what to do. All of the masks now look fantastic, so we will tell you the making of these awesome creations! First of all we used balloons and papier mache, (we read more »

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Year 6 and Matilda

During World Book Week, Holy Trinity focused on many different Roald Dahl books. Year 6 has been focusing on the book ‘Matilda’ published in 1988. The story is about a five and a half year-old girl called Matilda Wormwood who is an absolute genius. It focuses on Matilda’s secret weapon, moving things about just with her eyes. Her evil school headmistress, Mrs read more »

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