Welcome to Class 6 S – Mrs Shepherd
Here you will find important information about our routines, curriculum and general information. We will also keep you updated about the amazing activities we have been getting up to at school in our class blog which is at the bottom of this page – please scroll down to find out more.
As of January 2022, our PE session will be on a Wednesday. Please can children arrive at school in their kits, which should be appropriate sportswear, preferably black bottoms and a white T-shirt. All hair must be tied back and earrings removed.
During the Winter months, children should also bring in a warm jumper/hoodie, as some sessions will be taking place outside.
January 2022 – Welcome to 2022!
6S have been thinking about our goals and dreams for 2022, and how we might record these. In Art today, we have experimented with different mediums to help us create a mood board to start off the new term. Take a look…
October 2021 – Printing Feathers
What better way to end the half term than with some ink printing in Art. We created designs on tiles, before rolling ink onto them and using them to make multiple prints of our feathers. Although a messy job, the children had great fun in trying something a little different. Take a look…
October 2021 – Using Historical Sources
As we continue to look at the impact of British monarchs, we have begun to make an in-depth study of Queen Elizabeth I. As well as finding out key information such as her full name and date of birth, we have been using artefact and written sources to make inferences about her character and influence. These skills are certainly tricky to develop but Mrs Shepherd has been so impressed by the enthusiasm of her class – well done!
September 2021 – Fencing!
We were so excited to welcome back our fantastic fencing coaches today for another session. The children all thoroughly enjoy these activities and performed with great skill and poise! Well done 6S!
Now that we have had a full week back at school, it has been great to see all of 6S make such a great start to their final year here at Ox Close. A mixture of outside experiments, games, role play sessions and independent activities has made for a very busy week indeed!