Category Archives: Year 6

Clarice Cliff


We have been looking at the artist Clarice Cliff. We have been inspired by her ‘Bizarre’ collection and have tried to recreate some of her art work


This was a draft made by one of the pupils in Year 6



Year 6



Year 6 – has a fun time harvesting carrots!


Today a group of children from our class went downstairs to pull out some carrots from the Year 6 allotment plot. After pulling them out, we went to the staffroom and washed them clean. We had an amazing time!!!


Some carrots (like this one) were sweet however, unluckily others were bitter. Maybe…. they weren`t ready for harvest.


Here is one absolutely clean and sparkling carrot!!!!


Our allotment plot after our harvest is now…. a carrotic disaster!!!

By Khayriyyah.

Ever wanted to blow bubbles in different shapes,or make tea bags fly? Well you’ve come to the right place.In this blog you will find;fun,awesome and breath-taking experiments,that will help open your eyes to the wonders of the world.  We created this blog to show young teenagers that science doesn’t always have to be as boring and tiresome as they think it to be. We hope you love our experiments and have a fantastic time at home trying them out (with family and friends).

Follow these simple instructions and you’ll have your own mini-rockets. Countdown… and then watch them fly. It’s as easy as saying 1,2,3!


1.Remove the staple,string and label from the bag of tea .

2.If your bag of tea is not open on it’s ends , cut both ends off and empty the tea into the trash.

3.Unfold the bag of tea so that it is completely straight .

4.Use your fingers to make the tea bag stand up.

5.Light the tea bags using a lighter… and watch them take-off into the sky!

If you enjoyed this, stay in touch for our next phenomenal experiment…


Blogged by Sumayyah, Hadia and Maryam.

Enter The Warriors World


Have you ever thought about life in the forest, eating mice and voles? How about fighting with tooth and claw, with echoing  battle cries? Well, there are a group of cats who have decided to live this life. These are the WARRIORS.

This is a series of books based on fiction and adventure with a twist of fantasy.

The Warrior Code

Every cat of each clan has to follow the Warrior Code. Here is a touch of it:

  1. The clan must be fed first.
  2. Crossing clan boundaries is not permitted unless on a journey the the Moon Stone or to Gatherings.
  3. There is a truce every full moon for a Gathering.
  4. It is compulsory to have the clan leaders name ending with ‘star’ when he/she is granted with nine lives from their Warrior Ancestors.


Hyperlink for the Allegiances:


Series 1, Book 1: Into the wild

For generations, four Clans of wild cats have shared the forest according to the laws laid down by their warrior ancestors. But the ThunderClan cats are in grave danger, and the sinister ShadowClan grows stronger every day. Noble warriors are dying – and some deaths are more mysterious than others.
In the midst of this turmoil appears an ordinary house cat named Rusty… who may turn out to be the bravest warrior of them all….

I think the series is amazing! There is so much and never-ending actions!


It is a brilliant series of delight and I can’t wait to read the next set of books! They really are great books!


I thought it was a boring series of cats, well as soon as I opened the first page, I was stuck to it like glue!



Deep in the heart of the forest, four clans of warrior cats coexist in uneasy harmony—but uncertain times are upon them, and dangers threaten the precarious balance of the forest.

Fireheart is a ThunderClan warrior cat now, but his troubles are far from over. As the chill of winter sets in, the cats of rival RiverClan grow restless, while WindClan is weak and facing threats from all sides.

As tensions build to an explosive climax, Fireheart faces not only imminent battle, but betrayal from within his own Clan.


Blogged by Abdullah, Talha and Elias.

Year 6 Trip to Gardens of Peace

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Year 6 have been learning about the Hereafter.  They had a very informative talk by brother Mohamed about the burial rituals and the maintenance of the graveyard.

Year 6- Trip to Bet Tikvah Synagogue

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Year 6 went to Bet Tikvah Synagogue and learnt about the similarities and differences between Islam and Judaism. Some children had a look at the Torah.  They had a very informative talk by Rabbi David.  The session was very interactive.

Year 6 – Trip To Royal Veterinary College

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We have been to the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) and learnt a lot about animal anatomy.  We were split into 2 groups.  While one group was busy identifying and naming different animal bones, the other group had the chance to handle live animals (Daisy the cow and  the pony).

The Vet students were very welcoming.


Blogged by Ameena.


British Cultural Heritage Week

This event took place on the 11th of January 2016. Each class studied about a religion and shared what they have learned in an assembly to the rest of the school.

Year 6 have been focussing on Sikhism.  They had an informative talk from Guru Mankamal.

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The future MP’s have arrived.

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Year 6 went on a fascinating trip to the Houses of Parliament on Tuesday 26th January 2016 in order to learn more about Democracy. They took part in a workshop called ‘Your Voice’.

The class was split into two groups.  Some children were chosen to represent the Public, the Baroness, and the Minister.  The rest of the group had to persuade them with their ideas for a 3 day weekend.

Saifullah said,“ It was a fun game and I learnt different ways of persuading people.”