Lime – Year 6
Dear Children and Parents,
This is our new class website, part of the school and federation website. Please be aware that this is a work in progress, having been started over the Easter break. I have added many pages that will have content added over time, so that the structure of the website is set up. This will be a project for this year group and for the Year 6s who follow.
Most of the pages will be empty at first, but I will indicate on this page when we have added content. At the moment, the following pages have had information added:
- Paper Aeroplanes (Science and DT / STEM)
- Simple Machines (DT and Science / STEM)
- Taking Flight Models (Cross-Curricular)
- Bikeability (PE/Beyond the Curriculum)
- Duxford (History and STEM)
- Poetry Inspired by WWI (English, History)
- Electricity - Circuits (Physics)
This website will celebrate learning in Lime Class as well as providing information and resources to help you push yourselves and get the most out of our broad and enriching curriculum.
Welcome to Lime Class 2018-19
Where Learning Takes Flight
Welcome to Lime Class, home of Year 6.
Lime Class is a community of twenty children and the adults who work with them, within the larger community of LHS.
As the most senior class in the school, Lime Class seeks to set an example and provide role models for the whole school community.
In Lime Class we value and demonstrate the Secrets of Success by:
- showing kindness to all;
- respecting ourselves and others;
- growing in confidence and encouraging others to be confident;
- expressing our creativity and imagination;
- working both independently and collaboratively;
- being resilient and coping with both success and failure constructively;
- embracing challenge and seeking out difficult work;
- loving learning;
- showing tolerance and understanding to others;
- taking an interest in the world around us and starting to contribute to it;
- respectfully exploring shared values and ideas about spirituality, faith, community and philosophy.
Lime Class is a safe yet stimulating environment in which we learn not just about the national curriculum subjects, but how to learn, how to understand ourselves better and become increasingly independent.
In Lime Class we will be:
Mr. Oliver teaches Lime Class, supported by Mrs. Lemery, Mrs. Mulvey, Mrs. Penny and coaches from KAS, including Mr. Kitteridge and Mr. Pior.