The children create some lovely photomontages this afternoon
The children were being detectives today - using their maths and SPaG knowledge to figure out the mysteries
We have been learning about parables in RE. Today we performed some and guessed the morals of the stories.
The year 6's have made some amazing meals in our 'Come dine with me' DT topic - Well done to Group 4 who won with: pepper pizza; salmon, lettuce and peas; and doughnuts
We’ve had a fun afternoon: Santa dash and wrapping the books ready for the year 6 secret book stall
We were recapping punctuation in SPaG today
We have had quite a fun week - science experiments and fraction blocks
We got into role today with some hot seating. 7 volunteers got passports from real people from the Windrush generation and answered questions about why they came to Britain
Today we explored how shadows can be manipulated
We were exploring how data can get corrupted in computing so we played a little game to see how much data we could get from the transmitters (right) to the receivers (left) with possible corrupters in the way
Today we had some visitors in talking about ‘Cool Choices’. The children engaged in a range of activities, including some fab drama performances!
We had great fun doing pro kick this afternoon. Well done Stevie and Benjamin who won the fastest kicks in year 6!
This afternoon we’ve been creating our own masterpieces - replicating their favourite art from artists we’ve looked at over the half term
We had a fantastic morning! Well done Middlefield for winning! The year 6’s even broke into song: “It’s coming home”
Today in maths we used base 10 resources to help us recap how to multiply by 2 digit numbers
We have been practising our describing skills in art today - one person described the picture and the other drew it without looking
In science, we explored our environment and tried classifying plants
Look at what we did and created on Green Day
In French, we’ve been using flash cards to learn and review ‘les fruits’
In computing, we have been looking at how infrared waves work. They can’t be seen by the naked eye but we managed to catch them on film!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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