Eagles are high flyers, tenacious hunters and have excellent vision. As the oldest pupils in the school, we bring inspiring ideas and innovation. Once we have a goal in mind we strive to obtain it and never let it slip through our talons. We are the King of Skies and soar high with ambition.
In Class 6 Eagles, the teacher is Mr Page, with Mrs Grimes and Mrs Holman as the Learning Support Assistants. The Year 6 Teaching Team includes Mr Page, Mrs Tyson and Mrs Grimes.
The Year 5/6 theme for this term is 'Made in China'. This is a cross-curricular approach to learning, which will provide the pupils with an all encompassing and enriching learning experience. The pupils will be immersing themselves in The Magic Paintbrush by Laurence Yep, using this text as a stimulus for their writing and reading, as well as enhancing other areas of the curriculum. For more information on the curriculum, look at the Summer Term Curriculum Plan below.
PE Days: Mondays and Thursdays, however please ensure that PE kits are in school every day.
Home Learning: All home learning will be completed in Home Learning Books and be given on a Thursday to be completed for the following Tuesday. If home learning in not completed, it will have to be completed during Wednesday lunchtime.
Team Lead: Mrs Natasha Tyson
If there are any issues or concerns, please feel free to come in and see your class teacher (Mr Page) or contact the Team Lead.
Mr Page firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Tyson email@example.com
Year 6 Leavers' Assembly - 2:30pm Tuesday 21st July.
Year 6 Leavers' Disco - 6:30 - 8:30pm Tuesday 21st July.
Year 6 trip to Woodlands - Wednesday 22nd July.
LONDON RESIDENTIAL 22ND JUNE - 25TH JUNE
Please see Owls Class Page with all of the photographs from our fantastic trip to London!
On Wednesday 10th June, staff from South Devon College came to White Rock for a clay workshop. During the afternoon, all of Year 6 made their own soldiers to be part of our very own Terracotta Army!
On Tuesday 9th June, we were very luck to have a visit from Jake Lyne, who is part of the Western Chan Fellowship in Exeter. During the morning, we learnt all about Buddhism. This included the history, special festivals, their beliefs and we even had a go at some meditation.
Monday 8th June 2015
We had a fantastic trip with the whole of Year 5 and Year 6 to the Princess Theatre. Whilst there we watched the talented Philharmonia Orchestra. We were treated to their interpretations of Britten's Soiree Musicales; Beethoven's, Symphony No.5; Britten's Simple Symphony; Bizet's Carmen Suite and Brahm's Hungarian Dance No. 5. The members of the orchestra were able to effortlessly tell the musical stories of these very famous works and it was a joy for us to experience a real live orchestra.
Friday 15th May. Library Presentation
We were thrilled today to present some children in Upper Years with prizes from Paignton Library. They were chosen as they did amazing descriptive writing during their library visit. Congratulations!
Eagles' Visit to Paignton Library - Friday 1st May
We had a great experience walking from school to Paignton Library. Whilst at the library, we had a tour of all of the sections in the building, including all of the resources available to us. It was great to see what the library can provide and everyone enjoyed exploring all the different genres the library had to offer. We were very luck to partake in some activities related to our theme, 'China'. We learnt about the Chinese Zodiac and celebrated Chinese folklore in storytelling and writing descriptive poems. We had chance to have our lunch at Goodrington Sands on the way back to school. All in all a 6.3 mile round trip!
Paddleboat Theatre Company
Paddleboat Theatre Company have been working with Eagles class every fortnight. We have enjoyed learning about mime, mastering puppetry and how to express ourselves using our faces and bodies!
On Tuesday 3rd February Years 4, 5 and 6 took part in a live interactive music and movement lesson run by the BBC programme 'Ten Pieces'. This was an opportunity to link with hundreds of primary schools who also logged on at exactly 11.30am to experience the same lesson!
Youth Speak Competition
On Saturday 29th November 2014, Jack, Tuti and Chloe took part in the annual Rotary Club's Youth Speaking Competition. The team had specific roles; Jack was the Chairperson, Tuti the Main Speaker and Chloe the Vote of Thanks. Their speech was entitled "If Children Ruled The World". The team gave an outstanding performance against 3 other schools in the same age category. The audience really enjoyed their speech and the Rotary Club praised their efforts. Well done team!