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Anti-racism poster competition

Mental Health Awareness Week - Nature!

Year 6 - A Year of Nature

Well-being Through Nature - Observational Drawings

We Wrote Nature Poems

We Illustrated Nature Poems

Summer Term

“ Let There Be Light!”


This half term we will be looking at some of the greatest inventions ever made.  As well as understanding light and how it is used in art and RE.

The Beauty of Light 6NB

6AA’ making working circuits

6NB Demonstrating How Light Travels

Easter Bonnet Parade 

Well done to all who made their amazing bonnets and helped make the parade a special occasion. For some younger children it was their first parade - next year we can hopefully have the parents back to join in with the fun in the sun too. For Year 6 it was their last Marsh Green Easter Bonnet Parade.  

What a Busy Term!

Ten European Christmas Traditions 🎄🎅👞🎁


Creative Christmas

Darwin's Finches


Today we had fun pretending to be the finches (birds) Darwin discovered on the Galapagos Islands - did you know that these birds' beaks evolved over time to suit the food available on their island?


Visit the Natural History Museum to discover more!

Anti-Bullying Week 

Mia says, "Be a Bully Buster!"

Odd Socks Day

Kindness Day

Paddington Bear was our inspiration today.   We used some of his thoughts to inspire our work: poems, art work and inspirational quotes.

A Song for Kindness

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Today the children commemorated those who gave their lives for us by observing a two minutes silence at 11am.  The children were very respectful of this tradition.  We have written our own inspirational speeches to tell people war is not the answer as well as make our own poppies.  




Making Poppies

War! What is it good for! Our Speeches - Charlie

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...... some did not want to be filmed! But still presented their speeches!

Remember, Remember, the 5th of November........


As part of Parliament week, the children have been learning about democracy and the role of Government.  They have learned about the actions of Guy Fawkes and the reasons why he acted the way he did.  Year 6 have also “Used their voice” and worked on their own campaigns and created slogans and videos 

Our Campaigns - Use Your Voice!

Parliament Week. Use your voice! Anti-Racism

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Parliament week. Use your voice! Girls’ Rights Matter!

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Parliament week.Use your voice! We all matter-no matter your skin colour!

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She sells sea shells

on the sea shore.”


The tongue twister, "She sells seashells by the seashore," is based on a song written by Terry Sullivan. It's thought the song is about a real seashell seller named Mary Anning (1799 – 1847). Mary Anning was more than a seashell seller.


Mary Anning was a pioneering palaeontologist and fossil collector. Her lifetime was a constellation of firsts.

Mary Anning was born in 1799 in Lyme Regis, in the southwest English county of Dorset. Lyme Regis is now part of what is now called the Jurassic Coast, and discoveries are still being made to this day.


Click on the link to read more about Mary Anning’s contribution to science.


Mary Anning 

This Half Term 

This half term we will be looking at the life of Charles Darwin and his discoveries including his theory of Natural Selection and Evolution.  We will also be learning about the discoveries Mary Anning made to the world of Natural History and making our own fossils!
 There are so many festivals and events happening this half term - Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot, Remembrance Day, Diwali and Christmas!


All of our work and discoveries will appear here. 

What a busy half term !


We have had a really busy half term as you can see from our web pages.  We have settled right back into school life at Marsh Green and are making really pleasing progress.   We are hard working and enthusiastic learners - we are showing the qualities and expectations of Year 6.

Mental Health Day

9th October 2020

6AA - Happiness!

6NB in a Yellow Mood!

Happiness - Appreciating Nature

Happiness - Being back with our friends

Black History Month


If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude - Maya Angelou 



This month is Black History Month and as a class we discussed the qualities we want to see in an inspirational person.  We even went home and began our own research and art work!  

Caged Bird


A free bird leaps

on the back of the wind   

and floats downstream   

till the current ends

and dips his wing

in the orange sun rays

and dares to claim the sky.


But a bird that stalks

down his narrow cage

can seldom see through

his bars of rage

his wings are clipped and   

his feet are tied

so he opens his throat to sing.


The caged bird sings   

with a fearful trill   

of things unknown   

but longed for still   

and his tune is heard   

on the distant hill   

for the caged bird   

sings of freedom.


Visit the Poetry Foundation for the full poem. 

The Poetry Foundation 

Life’s Big Questions 

In RE we will be looking at life’s big questions.  We will share the questions we wonder about in life and try to answer them ..... but some things in life we just don’t know the answers to!  
We will be looking at what different faiths believe.  Click the link to find out more about the main religions in our country. 


We are beginning to learn about classification and the importance of Carl Linnaeus.   

Carl Linnaeus 

Click here to find out more about Carl Linnaeus.


6NB Classifying Teamwork