Year 6 Residential to Disneyland Paris!
On 20th May 2019, the year 6’s are going to Disneyland Paris for our residential.
We will arrive back on 22nd May 2019- it may be a late arrival!!
We are going on the coach to Dover and then getting a ferry to Calais. When we arrive we are going to McDonalds and then an Aquarium (if we are not too late arriving).
On the second day we are going to Disneyland and going on all the fun rides and rollercoasters. We’ll have so much fun!!
I’m really excited to go abroad with all my friends. I’m doing the fast rides, so are most of my friends.
On the third and final day we are going on a boat trip to see the Eiffel Tower, before we go back home!!
I can’t wait to go to Disney as I’m going to Disneyworld Florida next year so I can compare them; it also gets me ready for Disneyworld!!!!!
The Arts Festival!
On Thursday 28th March it is the Arts festival!
The arts festival is a friendly school competition where you can sing, dance, act, rap and much more things. You can show off whatever hidden talents you have. It’s also about just having fun and enjoying it.
This year there are 19 acts!
The year 6 acts-with some year 5’s- (as it’s their last year) are:
- Macey Roberts & Yasmin Sharman
- Holly Jones, Eva Morgans-Mills (Year 5) & Ellie Leaver (Year 5)
- Jamie-Leigh Mason
- Grace Bridger, Summer Dunn & Lottie Mason (Year 5)
- Millie Rackley, Martha Adams & Catlin Bentley
- Chloe Reed
- Phoebe Brookman (Hosting)
Year 6 Parent Consultation Day
On Wednesday 20th March it is Year 6 Parent Consultation day.
Parent Consultation day is a day where all students in a year group (for Wednesday, its year 6’s) do a range of different sports; each student does two tournaments one in the morning and one in the afternoon, while your teacher is talking to other people’s parents. When it’s your appointment someone will come and get you to go to the Music room to speak to your teacher. After your appointment, you’ll go back to your fun and exciting tournament.
The tournaments this time are:
- Fit bit challenge (a brand new one this year)
- Tri Golf
Towards the end of the day the classes will find out where they have placed out of the year group. You can either come 5th place, 4th place, 3rd place, 2nd place (runners up) or 1st place!!
J-Rock Southern Finals!
Congratulations to everyone who took part in the J-Rock heats in Crawley (Winners!!)
As we won, we are going to the Southern Finals in Portsmouth; the finals are on 24th April 2019 and we are all super excited!
The show will start at 6:30pm and will end at 9:30pm or later- it’s a school night!!
We don’t know which schools we are competing against but we wish them good luck. We’re sure their performances will be outstanding.
We wish all of the J-Rock Team good luck for the finals!!!
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Dance Leader Opportunity
The Dance leaders (Macey Roberts, Sofia Oliveros, Holly Jones, Jamie-Leigh Mason, Grace Bridger, Katie Powers, Eloise Slaughter, Martha Adams, Caitlin Bentley and Lucy Thrower) have been invited to teach year 2’s from Field Place Infant School a cute, fun-filled dance for Time to Dance. The leaders choreograph the dance on Monday afternoons and teach the Year 2’s on Friday afternoons.
On Thursday 14th February and Friday 15th February the Year 6’s are having Victorian days. On these Victorian days the children must dress up as Victorian children and the teachers will treat them like Victorian school children. This means they cannot smile or talk in class. Some of these rules are very similar to our school’s rules but much stricter.
In class the tables will be set in rows and the children will do Victorian lessons.
Year 6 ICT
In our ICT lessons with Mr Parkinson we have been using a (free to download) coding app called Kodu.
Kodu is a coding app that helps young and keen children develop their coding skills. It has many tutorials on how to make games or code things for a game. In this app you can also create your own games once you have completed all of the tutorials you need to do. Your game can be about anything you like, such as:
- A maze
- A football match
- Rescuing a friend from enemies
- Collecting coins
- And many more!!
If you would like to download this at home ask your parents and search Kodu Game Lab.
ENJOY! 🙂 🙂 🙂
Year 6 Curriculum dance at Move It
Year 6 Curriculum is a dance that many year 6’s are chosen to do for the show.
This year’s theme is Dance Battles and the year 6’s rehearsed all day on Tuesday 15th January 2019. There are six battle groups and these are some of the people who are in it:
- Macey Roberts
- Sofia Oliveros
- Sammy Searle
- Charlie Harvey-Baker
- Aeryn Robertson
- Harrison Hughes
- Henry Williamson
Gifted and talented dance for Move It!
This year for gifted and talented dance the theme is…
We are working very hard to make it perfect for the show. We rehearsed all day on Tuesday 8th January and Wednesday 9th January.
The show is on 23rd January 2019, so we only have two weeks to get EVERYTHING perfect.
Gifted and talented dance is a very fun and exciting dance and there are loads of different dance varieties such as tap dance, hip hop and lyrical/ contemporary.
All the girls are really excited to perform this in Move It and potentially “Time to Dance” later on in the year.
Year 6 Christmas Carrol
This year the year 6’s are doing a Christmas Carrol by Charles Dickens for the Christmas Carrol concert. We have been rehearsing every week in the first lesson or in grasp sessions and we either practise in Ms Cay’s classroom, the dance studio or Mrs McCarthy/ Mrs Dodson’s class.
The cast is:
• Macey Roberts (me)
• Sofia Oliveros
• Holly Jones
• Erin Morgan
• Amelia Scott
• Tyreece Keating
• Henry Williamson
• Harrison Hughes
• Aeryn Robertson
• Phoebe Brookman
• Isobel Steel
• Natalie White
• Jenna Osgood
• Chloe Reed
• Katie Powers
• Alana Jones
• Ethan Campbell
• Harley Langley-Woods
• Zachary Rhodes
• Jai Chipper
• Jamie-Leigh Mason
• Grace Bridger
• Summer Dunn
• Marie Hooton
• Martha Adams
• Catlin Bentley
• Millie Rackley
• Peter Ajayi
On Thursday 13th December we are showing our Parents, Grandparents, Siblings and Carers. We are all really excited!
Our open evening will be on Thursday 29th November from 6:00pm.
There will be a meeting with the Head teacher (Dr Jones) and Head Boy and Head Girl, Deputy Head Boy and Deputy Head Girl will be doing a speech.
I’m Head Girl so I have to do a speech. I will most likely be just a bit nervous when I’m reading it too, other than that I’ll enjoy it.
I get to show people around and explain things about the school I also have to answer any of their questions.
Some questions I’m expecting people to ask me are:
- “What do you do in your role as Head Girl?”
- “Who is your teacher?”
- “How many clubs are there and what are they?”
- “What do you do to help people?”
Head Girl and Boy, head to More Radio.
On Thursday 18th October, Head Boy (Harrison Hughes) and Head Girl (myself, Macey Roberts) went to More Radio to record a radio advert for the schools upcoming open evening.
The advertisement will be broadcast and played about 80 times around West Sussex. We were at the studio from 11am to 12:30pm on 18th October.
The advertisement will be played on More Radio Worthing, during this month up to 29th November 2018.
Name: Macey Ruby Roberts Class: 6 Spruce Class Teacher: Ms Cay
Best thing about the school: The best thing about the school to me are the clubs and opportunities.
Favourite club: My favourite club is Year 5 and 6 dance.
Favourite lesson: My favourite lesson is I.C.T.
Most fun trip: The trip that I think will be the most fun and that I am most looking forward to is Disney Land Paris.
Biggest achievement so far: My biggest achievement so far at school is becoming a Dance Leader.
Orchards hero: My Orchards heroes are, Miss Rogers because she is always smiling and is amazing at dancing and Mrs Morgans-Mills is always smiling too and is awesome at singing and making me smile.