Kestrels

2021-22 Kestrels Class (Y6) are taught by Mrs Hollis (Teacher) and Mrs Barnes (TA)
Please ensure children:
1) Have their full PE kits in every day 
2) Bring a water bottle into school each day.
3) Have a quiet place to do their homework and that parents check it for them afterwards.
4) Read a variety of texts at home (fiction, non-fiction and poetry).
5) Bring in a coat on cold, wet days and sun lotion / sun hat on warm, hot days.
 
 
Please click on the Topic Web links to see what Kestrels are learning about this term:
Please take a look at our photos to see what we have been getting up to!
20/7/21  OUR FINAL DAY AT HOPE BROOK SCHOOL! - A WATER FIGHT TO END ALL WATER FIGHTS!
19/7/21 Our penultimate day at Hope Brook school!.... Fun times at Beechenhurst, Forest of Dean:
We took part in the online Y6 Leaver's cathedral service..... some of us got a bit emotional!
DON'T WE LOOK SMART IN OUR NEW LEAVER'S HOODIES??!
9/7/21.  We have been having fun applying much of the maths we have learned this year, by playing games…
This week Kestrel's class  have been learning about where the rainforests are located in the world by planting cress in the locations on a map - we noticed that they are located on or close to the equator!
This week (11/5/21) we have been busy working on our rainforest dioramas...
6/5/21 The Year 6 have been investigating electrical circuits this week: What happens when we add more components?
Is it right to say: The fewer the bulbs the brighter the light? The longer the wires the dimmer the bulb? 
This week Kestrel’s class have been learning about the different layers of a rainforest and the animals that live in each one... we have each started to make a 3D rainforest model to represent this:
Kestrel's are studying the rainforest this term; we have just started to read 'The Explorer' - it is making us think about surviving there, with no adults!