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12 (Year 6)

Welcome to Class 12's website page! 

Wow! That half term went very quickly. Well done everyone you have all worked incredibly hard and made a very good impression in your first term as Year 6.

Enjoy your half term break and return eager and ready for another packed and fun-filled half term.

Mrs Gore.

Autumn 2 Curriculum Newsletter

Autumn 1 Curriculum Newsletter

Class Assembly- Remembrance

A gifted mathematician, Ada Lovelace is considered to have written instructions for the first computer program in the mid-1800s.

The daughter of famed poet Lord Byron, Augusta Ada Byron, Countess of Lovelace—better known as "Ada Lovelace"—was born in London on December 10, 1815. Ada showed her gift for mathematics at an early age. She translated an article on an invention by Charles Babbage, and added her own comments. Because she introduced many computer concepts, Ada is considered the first computer programmer. Ada died on November 27, 1852.

We followed in Ada’s footsteps by programming, adding to the Minecraft game, creating our own circuit boards using conductivity paint.

Investigating circuits

Year 6 Charter 2017-2018

We worked together as a year group and discussed what a 'smart' Year 6 pupil should be like here at St Joseph's.

We came up with lots of brilliant ideas. We have agreed that we are now mature enough to take on the extra responsibility and be good role models to others. Our gold ties will be a sign to everyone that St Joseph's Year 6's are the ones to watch! We will show everyone how to behave in and around school. We will be excellent learners and try our best in everything that we do!

We wear our gold ties with pride!

We wear our gold ties with pride! 1

Mad Science Assembly

Wednesday 27th September 2017

We had a super scientific time at today's assembly! The visiting scientist amazed us with lots of experiments! She even held fire in her hand! The assembly definitely inspired us to become 'Mad Scientists!'

 

What is the relationship between the Diameter, Radius and Circumference of a circle? We investigated!

Through investigating, we now know that the Radius is half of the Diameter and the Circumference is 3 times the Diameter!
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