Class 14 enjoying wheelchair basketball. It was quite difficult to control the wheelchair and the ball at the same time!
4 Dec 19
Class 14 enjoyed taking part in a mock cyber bullying trial at Carlisle Magistrate's Court.
8 Oct 19
Year 6 trip to Devils Porridge as part of their WW2 topic learning about how it affected people's lives in the local area.
8 Oct 19
Year 6 enjoyed dressing up at Carlisle Military Museum as part of their WW2 topic.
10 Jul 19
The first Year 6 Leaver's Performance of Olivia went down a storm. We have some talented superstars in the making.
3 Jul 19
Year 6 trip to Edinburgh. After having a fantastic time at Dynamic Earth Science Museum the children walked some of the way up Arthur's Seat an extinct volcano.
26 Mar 19
2019 Year 6 Residential to York
12 Feb 19
Year 6 working together to construct volcanoes using newspaper and glue, as part of their topic.
6 Feb 19
Year 6 held a talent show and these pupils from Class 14 demonstrated their musical skills.
11 Sep 18
Secondary School Open Evenings for Year 6.
Thurs 13/9/18 6pm-Nelson Thomlinson
Tues 18/9/18 5-8pm-Trinity
Wed 19/9/18 4-7pm-Richard Rose Morton
Thurs 20/9/18 4.30-6.30pm Richard Rose Central
Tues 25/9/18 4.30-6.30pmNewman
Thurs 27/9/18 6.30pm-Caldew
This Term's Topics
Mountains & Volcanoes
Welcome to a new year and a new decade. We have lots to look forward to this term - your penultimate at Robert Ferguson Primary School!
We have a variety of exciting texts to study in English, for example Wolf Brother by Michelle Paver and Ice Trap, a story of Shackleton's adventure to Antarctica which link to our mountain topic.
In Maths we will be consolidating the key concept of Fractions, Decimals and Percentages and applying our knowledge to real life problems.
We have a P.E. coach who will be with us this first half term teaching us some dance moves.
We have our York residential to look forward to in March which is always a fun-packed, busy three days!
Class 14 Home Learning
This term our homework will consist of Sats style questions, which will help them to prepare for the upcoming tests in May.
It is essential that children know their times tables to 12 therefore regular practice is important. There are many online times tables activities which the children are familiar with and enjoy in school. If your child has access to a computer at home they can use these to help learn them off by heart. (Links to popular sights are below)