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Come and have a look at all the exciting things we have been doing in class!

This half term (Autumn 2) in Maths we shall be exploring fractions, decimals and percentages and in English we shall be writing a debate and a persuasive letter. Also, in Science we will be learning about Electricity and Animals, Including Humans.

In PE, we are learning how to play basketball. We have learnt the rules of the game and how to score a goal. We had great fun in our warm up game of Rock, Paper, Scissors.
Anti-Bullying Week. 12th - 16th November. This week we have been exploring anti-bullying. We looked at the different forms of bullying and what to do if you think you are being bullied. We then linked this to our English topic, we created a piece of graffiti that promotes anti-bullying.
In English, we held a debate to determine whether graffiti is a form of art or vandalism. The decision was very much split so the debate goes on.
Wow! Look at all the Club 99 certificates that have been achieved so far. Great resilience is being shown in Mathematics.
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In English, we our debating whether we think graffiti is a form of art or vandalism. We had the opportunity to interview key players, such as a gallery owner and graffiti tagger. We used the information to support us in planning and writing our debate.
In Science, we have started our new topic which is Animals, Including Humans. We have been exploring the human body and the circulatory system. We used the model of the human body to explore the different organs.

This half term (Autumn 1) in Maths we shall be exploring place-value and in English we shall be writing a set of instructions, a non-chronological report and a recount. Also, in Science we will be learning about Evolution and Inheritance.

As part of our Modern Foreign Languages Day, we have been learning colours and body parts in French. We then used this to describe our self portraits which were in the style of Henri Matisse. We wrote sentences in French to describe our pastel drawings. 
As part of Black History week, we have been exploring the life of Barack Obama. President Obama was the 44th president of the United States and the first black President. We researched his life and his accomplishments before creating a role-play interview.

President Obama Interview

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Year Six recently took part in a road safety workshop. We explored the importance of in car safety. We found it very informative.
In Science, we have been exploring fossils and the process in which living things become fossils. We had so much fun identifying the plant and animal fossils.

In English, we are starting to write a setting description about the trenches. We have been focusing on figurative language, sentence structure and our use of semi-colons.

In Science, we have been researching the life of Charles Darwin. We then created a Presentation. You can see some of our presentations below.

Charles Darwin Presentation

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Charles Darwin Presentation

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Charles Darwin Presentation

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A huge thank you to all the parents and carers who attended our Arithmetic INSPIRE workshop.
To immerse ourselves in our World War 2 writing genre, we had a special visitor in school who taught us all about life in the war. The children learnt all about the blitz, first aid on the battlefront and were able to investigate many artefacts. A great day was had by all!
In Maths, we have been ordering and comparing numbers to 10 million, including decimal numbers.
In English, we have started to write a piece of narrative writing. Our stimulus for this writing is The Piano by Aidan Gibbons.

The Piano

As part of our narrative writing, we have been thinking about the figurative language we could use to create an atmosphere. We also came up with a bank of adjectives and synonyms to describe the different parts of the story.
In Science, we have been exploring the life of Charles Darwin. We completed research into his personal life and his voyage on the HMS Beagle where he visited the Galapagos Islands. Next lesson, we shall present our findings.
In English, we had fun making a Paddington Bear sandwich. We then used this experience to write a set of instructions.

Paddington 2 - Making Marmalade.

In Maths, we have been exploring place-value. We used our place-value grids and counters to support us with reading and writing numbers to 10 million.
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