Spring 2018 Learning Overview

English – biographies, legends, writing reviews, instructions, retrieving information from texts and summarising what has been read.

Maths  – Decimals, Percentages, Measurement, Algebra, Ratio, Geometry and Statistics

Science – Evolution and Inheritance, Scientists and Inventors

Geography – North America.

History – Native Americans

Art/DT – Wigwams and Totem Poles, Bead work and Clay

RE – What can we learn from the Jewish way of life?

PE – Handball and Tennis

Music – Exploring lyrics and melody, exploring rhythm and pulse


Welcome to the Wise Owls Webpage




We are the Wise Owls and are a class of Year 6 children.  We have 19 pupils in our class and each one of us is very keen to work hard and be the best we can be.  Our teacher is Mrs Weston and our teaching assistant is Mrs Brace, and together they work very hard to help us reach our full potential.

Our PE lessons are on Wednesdays and alternate Thursdays.

We expect the Home Learning Log to be completed and handed in every Monday.

Alongside this we have spellings to learn for every Tuesday and times tables to learn for every Monday.

If we ever need any help with our homework then we can always ask Mrs Weston or Mrs Brace back at school.

We have lots to look forward to this year and reading the following pages will help you to discover more about what we are learning.

Learning with Clay

The Eager Elms were lucky enough today to have some Art teachers from Pingle teach them how to work with clay and produce a decorative tile. DSCN1342DSCN1345DSCN1364DSCN1370DSCN1367DSCN1373The children all thoroughly enjoyed themselves and the results were great!

Learning Overview for Summer 2017

Areas of Learning


Non-chronological reports

Performance poetry

Poetry recital




Real life maths/spending within a budget

Problem solving/puzzles


Leisure and Entertainment in Britain throughout the 20th Century

Covering aspects such as:

  • holidays
  • sport
  • cinema/tv/radio
  • technology
  • music/dance


Biology strand – Animals, including humans


Why is pilgrimage important to some religions?


Sewing – Seaside themed Victorian samplers


Joseph and his Technicolour Dream Coat




Learning Lens Spring 2017

DSCN1051DSCN0679DSCN0682The Eager Elms have been writing their own Just So story based upon the stories by Rudyard Kipling. They were originally written for his five year old daughter, so we have read them to our Outstanding Oaks.  They were great critics and the Eager Elms really enjoyed having them as an audience for their story!

Learning Overview for Spring 2017

Learning objectives for term

English: Classical texts – Just So stories by Rudyard Kipling, Persuasive texts and adverts, Report writing and Discussion

Maths: Number and Place value, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, fractions, Measurement, Geometry, Algebra

Science: Living things and their Habitats

Topic: Stone Age to Iron Age

RE: What do religions teach about the natural world and why should we care about it?

PE:  Football and dance

Grammar and Punctuation: Y6 – using colons and semicolons; understand how hyphens are used; using dashes to mark boundary between independent clauses.

Y5 – using brackets, dashes or commas to indicate parenthesis; use commas to clarify meaning

Computing – Data handling- Collecting, Analysing, Evaluating and Presenting Data – Databases

PHSE: Citizenship

Music: Exploring lyrics and melody