Welcome to Class 6!
Mr Townshend (Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays)
and Mrs Robinson (Mondays, Tuesdays).
This is an exciting year in your time at Chevening with lots of unique experiences. On this page you will be able to see some of the things we have been up to and find resources to aid your learning.
As Term 3 comes to a close there are several final week highlights to share with you:
1. The Swimming Pool designs and models were (and remain) sensational - well done Year Six!
2. Castle Stories were written for and shared with Reception Buddies on the last day (to send the smaller people home excited about their Term 4 topic).
3. Pyjama Day raised just short of £200 for Great Ormond Street Hospital - a brilliant day envisioned, organised, and run by children from Year Six - a wonderful way to end the term.
As Term 4 comes to an end so does the brilliant 'Wonder'
- as well as finishing the book by presenting cases as to which characters treated Auggie with respect and which characters did not, we were then able to watch the film, comparing the two on the final day of term?
Well done and thank you to all of Year Six for helping run Stations of the Cross in the last week of term - leadership to the fore.
Congratulations to all the children for entering into the spirit of the Lion King Auditions and for 'stepping up' when singing at our final day's Easter Service - you make us proud!
Term 5 is over - where did that time go?!
Well done to Year Six for many highlights...
The Safety in Action Trip - life-long lesson in safety that will stay in the mind
The London Eye Mystery - best Power of Reading Book so far and high quality writing from it
Thy Kingdom Come - reflections that show how you took on board the big ideas
The Reform, Restore, Respect Workshop - two hours of inspirational stories
Super Hero Day - the idea from Year Six to raise money for Cancer Research - inspirational!
...and of course SATS where your hard work and discipline paid off.
Our new Power of Reading text is 'Floodland' by Marcus Sedgwick - winner of the Branford Boase Award and one of the most powerful texts so far - enjoy!