17 Jun 2019

Year 6 Update Week 38




Wednesday 26th June – Production to parents

Thursday 27th June – Graduation

Friday 28th June – Last day of school for the summer, 12pm finish


Our Year 6 Graduation will be held on Thursday 27th June.  The in school ceremony will be starting at 11am, so please arrive no later than 10:45am to allow the children time to get to their classes.
Boys – suits, shirt and tie (at the very least) or traditional clothing, dress shoes
Girls – party dresses or traditional clothing, party shoes


Filling in some reflections on the wonderful learning that has taken place this year. 

Working on some maths problems and using algebra. Check us out!

A visit from Mr Melsom

The children worked hard to get the garden ready for the next academic year. They cut some over grown plants back and re-built the bamboo structure. Thank you eco-warriors!

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A snapshot of one of our Battle of the Bands entries. 




Golden Book Certificates

Sofie Yeung, Kyle Lau & Ethan Chen


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Central Idea

Many elements combine to create a theatrical performance


Lines of Inquiry

  1. The roles and responsibilities involved in a theatrical performance (function)
  2. The time period/context of the play (Causation)
  3. Ways of connecting elements of a performance (connection)

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Next week is the week that we have been working towards. We are excited to show the world what we have created. Prepare to be amazed next Wednesday night for the premier of Cinderella and Rockerfella!

Number Maths

Pattern & Function

An inquiry into…

Algebraic expressions to record the rules for patterns

The use of brackets and order of operations to write number sentences  

Continuing and creating sequences involving whole numbers, fractions and decimals


As part of their learning contracts, Year 6 will cover a range of Language inquiries. Some may choose to write their own fairy tale story, you might compare different characters from similar stories or you might look into the language features of advertising our production! We look forward to seeing what you create. 

For the last weekend, read over your scripts, start learning your lines for production and have a think about any costumes/ items you might be able to bring in from home!

Number Maths 

  • Miss Younie – Mathletics/ Prodigy
  • Ms. Mak – Mathletics
  • Mr Hoskins – Mathletics 
  • Mr Hubbard – Mathletics


All children are encouraged to take a reading book home on the days when they have Mandarin lessons.

Ms Lynn – Please complete home learning assigned in Mandarin Matrix.

 Thought of the week…

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