Here we are making and trying out our chopping skills.
Today in our Science Lesson we were learning about separating mixtures. We conducted a small experiment were we had to try and separate salt from water.
We learnt that salt is soluble and does not disappear. We tried to use filtering to separate the mixture but it did not work because when we tasted the filtered mixture we could still taste salt – YYYYUUUUUUUKKKKKKKK!
We now know that evaporation is the best we to separate salt and water.
Take a look at our pictures.
This weeks teacher award went to Xander Jacobs for being a kind, thoughtful and caring person.
Xander was recognised by Mrs Armstrong for doing a really kind thing. She put others before herself and her own needs.
Thank you Xander – we are all very proud of you
Mrs Toshkezi, Mrs Armstrong and class 6T.
Here are just a few reminders for you in year 6.
Please make sure that you have your PE kit in school every Monday as some days (maybe sue to the weather) we may have to swap it around.
Learning logs will be given out on Friday and will need to be brought back in on Thursday. Please make sure you complete all your homework and do your very best on every piece of learning.
You need to make sure you read at least three times a week to an adult at home and get your learning log or planner signed each time you read.
And finally, please make sure you have your planner in school every day as we will be using them in our lessons.
WELCOME BACK 6T
I hope you have all had a fantastic break and are eager to learn, I am very pleased to welcome you back.
I really am looking forward to spending time with you and watching you grow into super individuals who will be ready and prepared to move onto High School.
A little poem for you to remember as you make your journey through year 6.
You are unique in every single way
Accept who you are
And never change.
Love Mrs Toshkezi
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