Welcome to the class page of Carbon Class!
Did you know:
‘Carbon is often referred to as the building block of life..’
‘Carbon plays a huge role in the world we live in’
These two quotes perfectly sum up our aims in Year 6:
- to develop a strong foundation for high school
- lead by example - taking on positions of responsibility with confidence and enthusiasm.
In Carbon class there are 28 magnificent children. Our class teacher is Mrs Skinner and we are also helped by the wonderful Mrs Shanahan, and Mrs Carlton-Paterson. Together we make a great team- working hard to achieve our best.
As well as focussing on our studies we are learning to become independent, self motivated and curious about the world in which we live. By showing care, courtesy and consideration to others we make sure that everybody feels valued.
But don’t worry if you don’t have a golf club for this one! Here’s Jo explaining what you need to do.
This week have a go at this challenge. It can be easily adapted to try indoors or outdoors.Watch this video to find out how: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjQKLCR1XBE&feature=youtu.be Have fun and don’t forget to include your name, school and year group when you send in your entry. You MUST have your adult’s permission Every entry wins us points!! … Read more
Calling all Mundesley Infant and Junior children! The first event for the school games is virtual tennis! Watch the video to see how to complete the challenge!Make sure you video yourself and send it to the social media platforms on the video- making sure you mention your name and our school! You MUST have your … Read more
We have enjoyed our final week of this half term. In PE, we have put together gymnastics sequences that we have developed across the weeks and have got better at defending each other in netball. In English, we have been writing formally and have had many lessons on grammar this week. Year 5 have been … Read more
In year 5 this week, we have been learning about percentages and thousandths in decimals. In year 6 we have been proving that the area of a triangle is half the area of the rectangle in which it fits, calculating the areas of parallelograms, and we have been exploring volume. It has been a very … Read more