New class,new term, new topic! As part of the entry point to our topic, “The Time Tunnel”, Kingfisher Class enjoyed puzzling out when certain historical events happened and ordering them on a timeline (a.k.a. a skipping rope!).
As part of the Exit Point for our topic, Weather and Climate, the class took it in turns to present a weather report from different parts of the world.
As part of the ongoing transition process and as preparation for the trip to France, Year 6 were given a history lesson by a teacher from a local high school. This was about World War One, especially life in the trenches of Northern France and the stories of some soldiers from our region.
For the entry point to our topic, weather and climate, year 6 constructed shelters and discussed survival strategies for different extreme weather conditions.
Thanks to everyone who came to see our assembly today.We were really proud of all the children. In amongst all the hard work we’ve been doing, it’s been good to have a bit of fun as well.
Rome wasn’t built in a day. However, Kingfisher Class made these models of Greek and Roman buildings in less than two weeks!
Kingfisher class have enjoyed this last week at school. We have had a visit from a mobile planetarium which was out of this world! We’d like to take the opportunity to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and have included some photos from our …
As we have been working really hard there is no official homework to do over the half term break. Have fun and enjoy the holidays! If any children would like some extra maths practice, Mrs Tate has some sheets prepared that they are welcome to take.
Maths: Complete the sheet as directed by your class teacher. English: Complete the ‘Grammar Hammer’ sheet, skill check 3. Stage 6 Check 3 – Answers
In Science, we have been learning how to construct an electrical circuit.