This really brightened up my day!
Thank you Isabelle.
In English, we are studying non-fiction texts.
This week, we have learned about the eruption of Mount Vesuvius at Pompeii.
A Year Six learner has written a speech in the form of verse - to try to persuade the people of Pompeii to leave!
Year Six have been working on Non-Chronological report writing this week. We have recalled all the features of this genre and have also mixed our English work with some Science to learn all about blood!
Beautiful Seder Plates designed by talented Year 6 artists
Over the last few weeks, Year Six have been learning all about the Maya; an ancient civilisation from Central America. The topic will continue after half-term. Here is a display of the work that Year Six Learners have produced.
Well done Year Six!
This morning Year 6 had a once in a lifetime opportunity to meet a real life Polar Explorer Sophie Montagne. The children zoomed from home and school and asked Sophie many questions about her incredible adventure. Thank you Sophie!
Year 6 Home Learners have chosen three completely different media
to create their Medusa designs.
Can you identify how each picture has been produced?
Some wonderfully creative ideas Year 6 - WELL DONE!
Year Six were given the task of producing a picture of Medusa.
We have had some amazing results, like this one from Holly.
Milly has produced a fabulous poster telling us all about our National Hero Captain Sir Tom Moore who sadly passed away last Tuesday.
Year Six carefully examined the Greek Myth 'Persephone and the Pomegranate Seeds.'
We looked for themes within the story.
In class, we found 16 different themes and layers.
Each learner chose some to write about and to explain their place in the story.
Here is a good example of our…
A fabulous symmetrical Mayan Mask Oliver. An excellent example of how to incorporate Maths into Art.