Year 6 - Thomas YoungMr Cradock
We are Class TY or Thomas Young (named after a local hero from the First World War)
We are a Year 6 class (the oldest in our school). There are 21 of us altogether and as our school motto says we try hard to look out for each other. Many of us our Helping Hands; we enjoy helping out and doing our bit around school especially with the younger ones!
Our Class Teacher is the young, talented and charismatic Mr Cradock. However, there are several other people who work with us during the week.
The fabulous Mrs Simpson teaches us all day on Thursday and Mr Mason has the pleasure on a Monday afternoon.
The wonderful Mrs Ward works with us for the first part of every morning.
Spring 2 English 16-17
Spring 2 Maths 16-17
Summer 1 Newsletter 16-17
Summer 1 English 16-17
Summer 1 Maths 16-17
Summer 2 Newsletter 16-17
Summer 2 English 16-17
Summer 2 Maths 16-17
On the days when we aren't being Viking traders we go out and about raiding places. Ok, well not exactly, but on Wednesday 19th November we welcomed Steve Richardson into school who showed us how to be Viking warriors. We all got to dress up and were put through our...read more
As part of our Viking topic, TY have been finding out that Vikings were famous for being raiders and traders. So we decided to have a go at being traders ourselves. We worked in groups (each group was a different country) to sell and negotiate products that our...read more
The challenge is on! Mrs Heron has challenged all classes to try out a new type of puzzle called Tarsia. This involves putting together a jigsaw where all the pieces match together because they are maths calculations and answers. Our class kicked it off with some...read more
We can't celebrate the start of something so damaging as a war, but we do intend to drop in sessions to increase the awareness of children of life in and around 1914. As mentioned previously, this Friday 11th July, children are invited to come into school dressed as...read more
On the 12th and the 13th May, Class TY were making bread . The PTFA helped us by bringing in bread making machines. First we made a savoury bread and then we made sweet bread with fillings...read more
The dance walk took place at the Millenuim Bridge on the 21st of May 2014. 11 Y6s danced the day away when they went to the Centre Of Life for a bunch of lovely activities -what a lucky load! They were really interviewed by Metro Radio! The question they were asked...read more