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Chilton Primary School

One Childhood, One Chance

Year 6

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Mr Wheeler teaches long division: https://vimeo.com/371903320

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  • 23/01/20

    Weekly News 24.01.20

    The children have really been engaged with starting their new topic: Building a Village.  This week, they have located important places on a map of the British Isles, applying vocabulary to help them read maps.  From this, they discovered the local area, including where they live in compar...
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  • 17/01/20

    Weekly News

    This week, we have been learning about the Peasants' Revolt of 1381.  The children researched some information as our new text, 'Fire, Bed and Bone' is set at the time of this great rebellion.  From their research, the children planned and wrote up a non-chronological report th...
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  • 10/01/20

    Weekly News

    Welcome back to Term 3!  In English, we have introduced the children to our new text: Fire, Bed and Bone, by Henrietta Branford.  This week, the children have researched the author and have written biographies about her.  In fact, they have even written this up in their new published...
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  • 17/12/19

    End of term approaching...

    When you're so desperate to finish the term's text......
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  • 12/12/19

    Weekly News 13.12.19

    This week, we created a non-chronological report about the island of SKELLIG!  We were fascinated to learn that there was an actual island off the coast of Ireland named after our text.  We wondered if the two were linked and used the Internet to research the place.  To celebrate the...
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  • 08/12/19

    Festive Reading Challenge

    Dear Parents and Carers, It is safe to say at Chilton Primary School, we love to read! We love to read in class, in the forest school, outside on the playground, in the library and in lots of comfy and cosy places around the school. In order to encourage children to read as much as possible over...
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  • 06/12/19

    Weekly News 06.12.19

    To support with generating language for our writing, we used watercolour paints to create an atmospheric scene based on the story of Skellig.  We used black card to make silhouettes of an owl sitting in an attic that laid over the top of the paint.  The effect was brilliant!  We conti...
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  • 29/11/19

    Weekly News

    In Maths this week, we have been reading scales and thinking about where we see them in every day life.  Scales are everywhere!  We learned, when finding what the scale is, we need to find the difference between two given numbers and then divide that by the number of intervals.  From...
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  • 21/11/19

    Weekly News

    WHOOOOSH!  Pens and pencils scrambled wildly across the page as the children worked tirelessly on their openers... This week, Year 6 have considered how to start narratives (stories) in different ways: action, dialogue and description.  Authors use these techniques to hook the readers i...
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  • 15/11/19

    Weekly News

    This week, the children have been solving problems based on the four operations.  By reading clues written within questions, like certain vocabulary or putting word problems into context, we can deduce what the operations (multiply, divide, add or subtract) are.  We have been working on be...
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  • 01/11/19

    Weekly News

    We absolutely loved (or despised) our learning in Maths this week - see thumbnail image! - as we got to have a BAKED BEAN BONANZA!  We used the juicy, yucky, sticky beans to help demonstrate division through grouping and sharing.  From this, we have continued our learning of division b...
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Contact Us

Correspondence for the Headteacher:

Mrs Kate Law
c/o Chilton Primary School,
Chilton Lane,
Ramsgate,
Kent. CT11 0LQ

Contact the school office on:
01843 597695
or by fax on:
01843 852872

01843 597695