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  • STEM Day

    Published 01/12/22

    Like the rest of the school, Year 6 had a great time applying their science, technology, engineering and maths skills during our STEM Day.

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  • Remembrance and Fossils

    Published 17/11/22

    The teachers were incredibly proud of the maturity and sensitivity shown by all of the Year 6 children during their Remembrance Assembly on Armistice Day last Friday.

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  • Mould

    Published 03/11/22

    In our science lessons we have been learning about how mould forms.  We left slices of white bread in plastic bags around our classrooms to see what would happen.  After the half term holiday, we observed our results.  Some of the slices had speckles of mould on them and others were completely covered in green.  Disgusting! 

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  • Reading and the Evolution of Plants

    Published 13/10/22

    Year 6 really enjoyed their new role earlier in the week when they went into the three Reception classes to help our youngest pupils with their reading. 

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  • Air Raid Shelter and Microbiology

    Published 29/09/22

    As part of our learning about World War II, Year 6 visited an air raid shelter near to Mortlake railway station.

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  • Making our Mark

    Published 14/09/22

    Year 6 have very quickly settled back into life at Sheen Mount.  In the first couple of weeks of the new academic year, we have been learning about the experience of the children who were evacuated during World War II as part of our history lessons.  We have also started to read our core text, “Letters from the Lighthouse”, in which two children are evacuated to Devon to keep them safe from the Blitz.  We are looking forward to writing our own letters in the style of an evacuee next week.

    This week we really enjoyed consolidating and extending our understanding of colour mixing and theory as part of our unit of work on Mark Rothko and Abstract Expressionism.

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  • Goodbye Year 6!

    Published 20/07/22

    Year 6 have had a fantastic final week at Sheen Mount. This year group are kind, enthusiastic and a lot of fun to have in the classroom. We wish all of them every success as they move on to secondary school and we know that they are going to achieve everything they set their minds to. 

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  • Queen Elizabeth and the Seven Decades

    Published 15/07/22

    Dear Year 6, 

    Well done for your wonderful performance in our Year 6 production. It was brilliant to see that all of your hard work was appreciated by such a large audience and you all did yourselves proud. You delivered your lines with confidence, supported each other on and off the stage and sung your hearts out! A big thank you to the audience for participating fully, laughing at the bad gags, and getting a sweat on with Jane Fonda's workout. 

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  • Lino prints

    Published 08/07/22

    As a part of our Islamic art topic, we have carved our own lino tile and used it to print a repeating pattern. We were impressed with the children's focus and skill when it came to working with the carving tools. You will be able to see our final work displayed at the Celebration Assembly on Tuesday 19th July. 

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  • Hearts and art

    Published 29/06/22

    What a busy week we have had in Year 6! In art, we have built on our knowledge of Islamic patterns and created a design for our lino cut. In PSHE, we have been learning about the effects and dangers of legal and illegal drugs. In computing, we have finished our data handling and spreadsheet topic and have now begun coding. In history, we have used concurrent timelines to aid our understanding of British and world civilizations. Not to mention maths, PE and production rehearsals!

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  • Terrific Tessellation

    Published 22/06/22

    Year 6 are enjoying learning about geometric patterns within Islamic art. During our initial lessons, we have looked at how these patterns were used throughout the early Islamic civilization on tiles, building, ceramics and carpets to name but a few. This week we focused on tessellation, which is an arrangement of shapes closely fitted together in a repeated pattern without gaps or overlapping. 

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  • Set your pulse racing!

    Published 17/06/22

    In science this week we have been investigating pulse rates.

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