Year 6 had to tackle maths (and the whole day!) a bit differently today due to our fist ever whole school ‘no pens day’. Maths involved refining skills of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division through playing board games in groups and also through games on the iPads. Normality will be restored next week when we … Continue reading
Some familiar faces visited year 6 last week! As SCC had a staff training day, 3 ex-members of year 6 came in to help in Sycamore class. We hope you enjoyed your time back at Kemsley Academy as much as we enjoyed having you. A big thank you also for all of the jobs you … Continue reading
Y6 certainly seemed to enjoy their dinner at the hotel in France!
Year 6 arrived at their hotel in France late this afternoon after a fantastic day at the Sealife centre. Here are some of the year group settling in to their rooms before heading down for dinner!
Year 6 headed out on to the deck to experience the sea air!
Year 6 are on the ferry to France! More updates to follow.
If you are in Year 5 or 6 and you fancy trying something a bit different, then look out for details of our new Tag rugby after school club coming soon! This is a fun and energetic non contact game that is suitable for both boys and girls. We are planning to set up the … Continue reading
And so we come to the end of another term (bringing Sycamore class exactly half way through year 6) and another fantastic topic! Great fun was had by the children and their parents when rocket building this morning. Fantastic artwork has also been created this term in the abstract style of Peter Thorpe. Well done year 6, … Continue reading
Sycamore class had a great day in London on Friday. We spent the day looking around Greenwich observatory, did some sight seeing at the Cutty Sark and had a quick play in Greenwich park before visiting the Planetarium for a show on the solar system. A fabulous day was had by everyone and it was a super start … Continue reading
Sycamore class have been working on units of measure this week. Today the children had great fun measuring a range of objects (and humans) found in the year 6 classroom and then converted the measurements into decimal fractions.