Class of 2020 Video
Congratulations year 6- your last day is finally here! You’ve made it through one of the most challenging years of education and have truly done yourselves (and us) proud. Take a deep breath because now you can relax and remember all of the fantastic times you’ve had at Bearwood.
We wish so much that we could have been together today, but please know that we will be thinking of you all. Go into year 7 with an open mind and heart, and make sure you show your secondary schools the incredible people that you’ve turned out to be.
We’re going to miss every single one of you from this unforgettable year. Please come back and say hi when it’s safe to do so, we’d love to hear about how you’re getting on.
Good bye and good luck!
Special thanks go to Mr Murphy and Mr Meally for making the video a reality 😀👍
You can access the video by logging into Google Classroom with the log in details shared with you earlier in the year.
Last week, year 6 had a go at making their own blackout poems.
They selected words and phrases from a random page of a book that stood out to them and blacked out the rest of the page.
Here are Sehasa’s and Ridita’s poems.
Here’s the homework sheet for this week (click the link below and a word document will open)
Homework slip wb 02.03.20
Sorry I’m a little bit late posting this, hope you are all enjoying the half term hols so far.
Quite a few homework slips were left on tables on Thursday so please let other know the work to be completed is on here if you speak to others during the week!
Homework slip wb 10.02.20
Click on the link above to view/download a copy of this week’s homework sheet if you have misplaced yours.
Year 6 have been learning about micro-organisms in science. This week we have experimented with 2 different yeast solutions (yeast and water / yeast, water and sugar).
Year 6 have been looking into Victorian Bearwood and present day Bearwood. They made comparisons between the buildings, transport, people and surrounding area.
In science, year 6 have been making circuits, troubleshooting problems and drawing circuits using the correct scientific symbols.