We’re ready to go!

Take a look at our Year 6 classroom, you’ll see a mixture of old and new furniture.  Our room is brightly coloured, well ventilated and quite light – excellent conditions for active and challenging learning. We’re all set for the year ahead!



Here’s our Prayer Space.  Although it’s not quite the season of Lent, we’ll begin the school year learning about Lent as it begins early this year – Ash Wednesday falls on 10th February (week 3 of term 1) and that’s only two weeks away.  



We’ll be stretching our thinking using de Bono’s Six Thinking Hats. We’ll be able to think in different ways, developing various perspectives and getting an idea as to how others view matters.  



We’re lucky, we have a “cafe table” in our room!  This is perfect for Reading groups and other  general group work as well as teacher conferences.  Brilliant!  


Our wall pockets are jam packed with quality reading response tasks which will help develop critical and creative thinking skills.  These strategies will also assist in developing critical inferential comprehension skills.

Literacy Response  Tasks

Literacy Response Tasks


To help us all keep on track we have 10 classroom rules.  Basically, they all boil down to our school rules:  

  • Respect for self
  • Respect for others
  • Respect for property
  • Our Classroom Rules
    Our Classroom Rules

Welcome to Mrs Q’s Savvy Class Blog

Welcome moodle

Hi everyone and welcome to our “savvy” 6Rainbow (6R) class blog. This is our space for showcasing all the learning we do collectively throughout the year. In the very near future, the students of 6R will link their own blogs to the blogroll, uploading their very own prized works!  So keep tuned for some fun and SAVVY work!

For more information about us, tune into our ABOUT page, you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

Feel free to leave a comment and let us know what you think of our work.