Hockney Class Year: 5 & 6    Teacher: Mr Forster

Latest updates: Blakewell Cup → | Mountain Biking Treat → | Dean Academy → | Y6 Leavers' Preparation →

Our Topic this term is
'Time Traveller'

Tick, tock, tick,tock... the hands o the clock never stop. From the moment we are born, from toddler to teen, middle age to elderly, time stops for no man.

Find out what happens to our bodies and brains as we grow older, and how do we cope with these changes.

How long does a human baby take to grow inside the womb? Does it take longer than an elephant calf? Or a kitten?

Take a good look at yourself... How has your face changed since you were a baby and how will it change as you grow older? Can you photograph it, change it, age it?

And what would happen if the clock struck 13? In 'Tom's Midnight Garden', he travels to the past. What an adventure! Imagine you could time travel too: where would you go and what would you like to see/ Will you head back to your past or into your future? You decide.

Tick, tock, tick, tock... the hands on the clock never stop!

Mountain Biking Club

The children were in for a treat as they took part in Mountain Biking, cycling down to Parkend Café.

The children enjoyed a drink and an Ice Cream, which was perfect in the hot weather.

The children were a true pleasure to take out and have always given their all in every session! Well done everyone!

Blakewell Cup

It was the most anticipated match of the season. The sacred 'Blakewell cup'.

With Blakeney victorious for the previous three seasons, the children of Year 5 and 6 were facing a tough task. However, it was Pillowell who emerged victorious recording an 8-2 win, with Harley scoring all 8!

The Blakewell Cup has returned to Pillowell after four years away! Well done all!

Year 6 Leavers

The Year 6 children have been preparing for their end of year leaver's assembly.

Here you can see them creating bunting for the big day! We will miss you Year 6!

Dean Academy Taster Day

On Monday 18th June, the Year 5 children went to Dean Academy for a taster day. They got to take part in Science, Maths and Cooking. The children had a fantastic time and were a true credit to the School.

Sadly, none of the children gave Mr Forster any pizza that they had made. Well done all!