Category Archives: Year 6

CHILDREN CHAMPIONS

The children have voted and this years Pupil Council and UNICEF representatives have been chosen.

Together they will be called ‘Children Champions’ and will carry out a range of tasks. Firstly, they will be looking at changing the academy’s house point system and designing and calculating cost for a KS2 outdoor classroom. Whilst carrying out these jobs the Champions will also be collecting pupil voice and making sure the views of the students of St. Clements Academy are heard.

Article 12: Every child has the right to express their
views, feelings and wishes in all matters
affecting them, and to have their views
considered and taken seriously. This right
applies at all times, for example during
immigration proceedings, housing decisions
or the child’s day-to-day home life.

Well done to you all.

St Clement’s C of E Academy BDAT World Cup feedback

A big thank you to all the media team at the World Cup and a big thank you to all that gave such great feed back.

St Francis teacher – “We have had a brilliant day, the children have very much enjoyed them selves. Its been really nice watching the children play and the team spirit has been fantastic.”St James children- “Good teams and fair play.”

St Laurence children – “Their are some really good teams here and we are having a great day.”

St Laurence teacher – “I’m having a great day with some good football being played.”

Nethersole teacher – “Everyone has played really well with really good sportsmanship.” St Clement’s children – “Its been really good because we get to play lots of football all morning.”

St Clement’s teacher – “I think the day has been absolutely amazing. All the children have had a brilliant time and really enjoyed the day.”

St. Clement’s 1:1 Mentoring – Parent Voice

Just some feedback on the extra friendship sessions that were being conducted with my children.  I have found that this is really helped them in terms of social skills, how to develop and maintain a friendship properly in school time.  The activities completed in the session hake them think about how to behave and deal with situations and more importantly think before acting!

Thanks, Mum

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My child has had mentoring sessions to cover how to interact with others both at home and in school.  They have helped with behaviour at home and interactions with her younger sibling. It has helped in school as well as in the classroom she is calmer, and allows the teacher time to deal with arising situations.

Mum

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1:1 sessions have helped improve our child’s overall attitude towards others especially at home.  We are thankful for the time spent talking with her and giving her techniques that seem to be helping.

Mum and Dad

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St. Clement’s Jigsaw Pupil Voice

I have enjoyed Jigsaw this half term.  I have really enjoyed learning about growing up and how we have changed since we were a baby.

Amelia – Year 1

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Friendship, I have enjoyed learning about different friendship groups and how to be a good friend.

Elijah – Year 1

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I have enjoyed the topic feeling.  I liked how we found out about how each individual has different feelings and how we can deal with them.

Sara – Year 2

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Growing Up, I have enjoyed learning about how we change as we grow up and how we change from when we were a baby to who we are now.

Mustafa – Year 2

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I enjoyed learning about different relationships and how e can make different friends as we grow older and how to keep those friendships.

Isaiah – Year 3

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I have enjoyed learning about different relationships and meeting new people.  About making new friends and I enjoy Jigsaw and how we learn about different things.

Luliyana – Year 3

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I have enjoyed learning the topic Feelings.  How we can express or feelings to our loved ones and how we go through different feelings all the time.

Ramesah – Year 4

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I enjoyed learning about Change and how we have changed from when we were babies to how we look now and how we mature.

Codie – Year 4

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I enjoyed learning about different cultures and knowing what other people around the world believe in and how it is different to us.

Kiana – Year 5

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I enjoyed learning about different relationships and how we can make friends from a young age and as years go on the friendship grows stronger

Lyla – Year 5

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I enjoyed learning about differences and how it’s good to be different.  If we were all the same it would be a boring world.  I also enjoyed learning about other people’s cultures.

Zaara – Year 6

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I have enjoyed learning about how to keep ourselves safe and also enjoyed learning about other people’s cultures and how they do things differently.

Kamille – Year 6

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Jigsaw – Year 6

Shared ‘The jigsaw charter’ with the children to reinforce how we work together.
Calm me
At the beginning of every jigsaw lesson we help our minds calm down so that we are ready to learn.
Working in groups of four the children agreed on four changes they are looking forward to when they go to secondary school On their spinning top cube template, they wrote changes on the four sides of the cube. This was then cut out and made into a spinning top using a pencil as the spindle.

Jigsaw – Year 6

Transitioning
Shared ‘The jigsaw charter’ with the children to reinforce how we work together.
Calm me
At the beginning of every jigsaw lesson we help our minds calm down so that we are ready to learn.
Continuing from last week Year 6 children had to research about their new schools and find out information that they would want to know about. Children had to write down any questions that they would want to ask when they visit their new school on transition day.

Year 6 Dia de Muertos

In design and technology this week, we were looking at making Dia de  Muertos as part of our ‘Hola Mexico’ topic. We had  to draw our designs onto felt and cut out two identical felt skulls. We then had to join both sides together with blanket-stitch or over-stitch. Then it was stuffed with kapok.

The skulls were decorated with sequins to replicate the Dia de Muertos