YEAR 6 ARMS (RED)Mrs Humberston & Ms Wood
Welcome to 6H (ARMS Provision) Class Blog!
In 6H our class teacher is Mrs Humberston & our fantastic teaching assistant is Ms Wood.
The children in this class work very hard but also have a lot of fun.
They have the superb reputation of being one of the most polite and well behaved classes in the school.
The children come from all over Gateshead and some are lucky enough to get a taxi to school.
We all are very kind and respectful towards each other and have lots of fun learning together.
We would like to use this blog to share our homework, our ideas, our fascinating finds, upcoming events and photographs, and we`d really like to know what everyone thinks of them.
Mrs Humberston, Ms Wood & 6H
Our Class Blog
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5A had a great time at Thorp Academy taking part inthe fitness festival. We played different games to help improve our fitness along with other schools in our cluster group. We would love to go again if there is another one in the...read more
6I have been investigating heavy and light objects around the classroom.We found sometimes the same object can be heavier or lighter depending on what else is on the...read more
6I have been using a number grid to calculate addition and subtraction questions. At first we were a little confused whether we move forward or backward on the 100 square. Miss Innes made these little counting helpers now we are can add and subtract easily and we even...read more
6I have a visitor with them until Christmas. Eric the elf was sent here so we can look after him and teach him how to behave. It is hard work because he is a naughty little elf who is causing chaos in 6I. Day one the cheeky little thing escaped from his box and...read more