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Friday 15th January

 

Well done to our lovely Year 6 children for trying their best in tricky circumstances.  Keep sending in the work either via Google Classroom or by email.  

 

In Art this week we were having a go at some still life drawing of fruit.  Below is a picture of work that was sent in from home by Maisey. 

As well as completing all our learning jobs, we need to make sure that we are having some fun and relaxation too and this is exactly what India has been doing at home with her family.  What a spectacular snowman!  Or is it a snowlady with her elegant hat and scarf?  

Friday 8th January 

 

Well what a busy week it has been!  As well as welcoming back a few members of my own class, I'm also delighted to have the pleasure of teaching children from Miss Hoare's class too.  

 

We have been doing the same work that everyone else has been doing via Google Classroom.  Here are a couple of the poems that we have written. 

Maisey had a go at making the lung at home.  I've challenged Maisey to see if she can work out how to make the lung breathe without blowing down the straw. 

Christmas Activity Day

 

We used quilling to make some decorations for our tree.  

Spellings for w/c 30th November 2020

 

Group 1 

 

guarantee

foreign

queue

amateur

bargain

marvellous

lightning

language

leisure

interrupt

 

Group 2 

guarantee

foreign

queue

amateur

bargain

describe

different

difficult

disappear

early

Compliments from an author

 

Below you will find our work that we did whilst thinking about Remembrance Day.  By the magic of the internet, the author who inspired our poem has seen our work and is most impressed.  See her email below - I am one proud teacher!  smiley

Remembrance Day 2020 

 

We have discussed why people remember and how people remember.  We looked at images of The Glade at the National Arboretum using resources provided by the British Legion.  The Glade is and area of the grounds specifically designed to remember those who served; it is full of symbolism in the sculptures, paths and plants. 

 

We also studied a poem by Laura Mucha and after doing some Talk 4 Writing, we wrote our own versions of the poem.  Finally, we created some Remembrance art work. 

Our Remembrance Poems

Science Day 

10th November 2020 

 

To link in with the book we are reading in class which is Pig Heart Boy by Malory Blackman, our Science topic this half term is learning about the human body.  Mrs Newsome dissected a pig heart which is similar to a human heart so that we could see the blood vessels and the different chambers of the heart.  

heart 2.wmv

Still image for this video

Friday 16th October

 

This week we have been learning about refraction in Science and we carried out a practical activity to help with our understanding of it.  Hope you enjoy the photos!

We've also been learning how to give an opinion about sport in French and writing about our opinions too. 

Make sure you are learning the correct spellings or if you want to go the extra mile, have a go at learning them all!  Our spellings for this week are as follows:  

 

 

Group 1 

 

pitiful

speedily

hopeful

laziness

merriment 

signature

sincerely

soldier

stomach

sufficient

 

Group 2 

 

enormous

nervous

mountainous

perilous

dangerous

accident

accidentally

actual

actually

address

Baghdad Fact Files 

 

In History we have been learning about the history of Baghdad and we have created some fabulous fact files. 

Curriculum Newsletter Autumn

Wow!  What a fantastic week we've had!  The children have all come back with a fabulous attitude to learning and they're already working really hard and producing some fantastic work.  

 

Well done William and Jenna for gaining their Responsibility bands; William received his for organising his equipment and Jenna for organising me!  

 

We've written some poems about our favourite places this week; here are some examples, can you guess where the favourite place is?

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