This half term we have completed two Science investigations. Here are some photos of the fun we have had! One investigation focused on how animals have a layer of blubber to insulate them. The other demonstrated how birds have different beaks designed to pick up food easily.
We designed and sewed our own cushion designs. They are designed to represent creatures that are affected by global warming and deforestation as this is what we learnt about in our Global Families topic.
Yesterday, Year 6 came to school wearing odd socks. Comment below on this post to explain why we wore odd socks to school.
In class today, we learnt about the Hindu and Sikh festival of Diwali. We created Diya lamps as part of our celebration. It is so important to learn about other religions and to join our classmates in celebrating their special festivals.
Are you wondering what your child has been learning this week? Here are some questions that they SHOULD be able to answer!
- Who is Carl Linnaeus
- Why is he famous?
- In our class reader ‘The Explorer’, what do the children see in the river? (Clue it’s pink)
- How do you check the inverse of a multiplication?
- How do you show 324 x 12 on a bar model?
Parents, here are some questions to ask your child so they can tell you specifically about their learning from this week…
What are the names of the layers of the rainforest? Which animals live in each layer? Can you think of a simile to describe the Amazon river?
Hi 6EA, welcome back! Here is a photo of our anti bullying charter. Can you remember a ‘right’ that you have? You all have rights e.g to education but you also have a responsibility to respect the rights of others e.g to support others with their learning and not to disturb them! How can we respect other people’s rights at school? Comment with ideas!