On Thursday 22nd November, all YouTime activities are cancelled due to Loy Krathong celebrations in the nearby area and the resulting traffic this may cause. Supervision will not be taking place on this day also so all students will need to be collected at 2:20pm from their class teachers.
If you are unable to arrive by 2:30, students will be taken directly to reception where they will await collection.
Many thanks for your understanding and continued support.
Wishing you a reflective Loy Krathong.
Mr. J. Bilinkewycz and the Year 6 Team
In today’s art lesson, we learned about the famous artist — Gustav Klimt. He created many fantastic paintings in the ‘Golden period’ of his life. In this period the gold colour in his paintings was all made from real gold. This was the point of our lesson. Here are some good examples of work by our class.
We have been learning about imagination in our topic lessons and made pic collages. Our most amazing pic collage was by Kiyan! He did his best to try and make everyone understand what imagination is. Take a look below for a picture of his work.
This week is anti bullying week so we wore odd socks to show that everyone is unique.
Here you see a couple of photos of our socks!
This week we have been focusing on painting reflections the natural resources in Art. Here are some photos of the best paintings made by our class.
Today, 6SK learned about extinct animals. Million of years ago,humans were not in the world yet. We asked the question – what interesting animals reigned our earth? We made some pic collages about some of the animals. Here you can see some of our work.
This week, 6PA have been working really hard on writing newspaper reports and recounts of Shackleton’s journey. Here you can see some of our work.
On Tuesday 6th November, 6DL led an assembly about World War One. Did you know that on Sunday it will be the anniversary of the 100th year since the First World War ended? In our assembly we talked about the things that happened and what things there were at that time.
Take a look at our assembly slides and some of our art work.
Next week (12-16 November), schools across the UK will be addressing the difficult and often complex issue of bullying in Anti-bullying week 2018; an initiative promoted by the Anti-bullying alliance (https://www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk).
This year’s theme is ‘Choose Respect’ and we would like to kickstart the week with an ‘Odd Socks Day’ on Monday 12th November. We ask that all students support the event by wearing odd socks. We are suggesting a voluntary contribution (recommended 100THB – handed to class teachers on the day) which will go to our charity partners, one of which is The Hub, established by Thai Childline.
Many thanks for your support,
The Year 6 Team
On Wednesday 14/11/18, we will be celebrating the Hindu festival of Diwali (Festival of lights). Our fantastic SP have been selling traditional Diwali dress before and after school. We invite all students in Year 6 to dress up on the day.
Many thanks for your continued support,
Mr. J. Bilinkewycz
We had so much fun on ‘Explorers Day’ !
We did a variety of activities during the day and it was an amazing experience.
Here are a couple of pictures and a video that we took while doing the activities.