Y6 Thames

Updates

  • Line of Fire

    The children all responded in the way they wanted – a review, pictures, comments on their favourite parts, a diary, a synopsis. They ‘aged’ them using their own invented techniques! I will email further photos

  • Preparing our radio adaptation

    Having a lot of fun experimenting with sound effects for our mini-challenge – it’s amazing the different neighing sounds we can produce!

    Comments

    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 9th Jan 2018, 7:55pm
    I'm looking forward to this. Dialogue and sound effects are going to be very important for this audio version. Will you include any music?
  • Reasons why you should read Pax

    Year 6 Gladiators have come up with reasons why you should read Pax. This poster will be put up in a reading area to persuade others to pick up the book and read it.

    Comments

    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 27th Nov 2017, 2:18pm
    Super idea to create a poster and display it for other children to read. I especially like the idea that 'kindness can happen anywhere in the world' is one of the messages that you took from the book.
  • Feeling emotional after reading chapter 1 of Pax!

    Today, at Greenways we have started to read Pax. By the end of chapter 1, we were all looking around at each other with a sad expression on our face. After spending some time talking about our own animals, we felt so upset that the fox had been left in the woods!

    Comments

    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 22nd Nov 2017, 8:42pm
    Hello Greenways Gladiators. I wonder if Pax will be able to cope in the wild? And what will Peter do without his fox? It's certainly a story which starts with lots of problems.
    Deborah Donoghue 23rd Jan 2018, 10:14am
    Hi Greenways Gladiators from Edwards Hall Gladiators. There were some really sad moments in Pax, weren't there. What has been your favourite book so far?
    Caroline Bradley
    Caroline Bradley 23rd Jan 2018, 10:41am
    Buckle up for a roller-coaster of emotions Greenways. I'm sure you'll support each other through the highs and lows of the beautiful Pax - and I know you'll agree it was worth it when you get to the end.
  • Edwards Hall Reading Gladiators

    Our reading gladiators requested a ‘sleepover-style’ session this week – we are loving reading Pax and are the kings and queens of prediction!

    Comments

    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 14th Nov 2017, 6:02pm
    Loving the sleep over session. I think I need to go and snuggle up with a good book!
  • Introducing ‘The thing about jellyfish’ at Blenheim

    First week back after half term and we are already excited to start our next book! After our introduction in today’s session, we are ready to get started.

    Comments

    Caroline Bradley
    Caroline Bradley 2nd Nov 2017, 2:12pm
    Pleased to hear it Blenheim! From one brilliant author to another. I am sure Jellyfish will not disappoint. You may need a box of tissues along the way though!
    Nicola Gamble
    Nicola Gamble 2nd Nov 2017, 2:34pm
    Brilliant. You might want to go straight on to Line of Fire after The Thing About Jellyfish book so that you can take part in the mini-challenges and come back to Pax later.
  • 2017 – 2018 Challenges

    The 2016 – 17 challenges are now finished and we are enrolling schools for 2017-18. Why not join us?