Maple Class Year 3 Term 3

Maple Class  have had an excellent term of learning and experiences. Our English lessons have seen some outstanding portrayals of a journey that captures the various features of a river. We have also written detailed fact files on bats relating to our talk for writing unit. In mathematics, we have surfed through money with many of the children enjoying activities such as ‘Grumpy shopkeeper, matching pairs, party planner and royal reasoning’.
Topic lessons have been so enjoyable with our shadow theatre creations and performances, our sensory experiments on different rocks and writing up our reports on our findings.

Our RE lessons have been so exhilarating. We acted out the story of Rama and Sita, learnt about the Hindu Gods and made links between them and our personalities. We consolidated our understanding with an amazing trip to a Hindu Temple where the children asked their final questions on the topic. Another fantastic term for Maple Class, Mr Smith cannot wait for the next one! Enjoy the break you thoroughly deserve it

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Birch Class Year 6 Term 2 2019

Term 2 in year 6 has been an exciting one! We started the term with Art and Anti – bullying week looking at the book The Island by Armin Greder. We explored the themes of isolation, compassion, fear, freedom, power and difference. We thought about the key question:  What can the consequences of anger, fear and hostility towards others feel and look like?

Year 6 also visited the Lifeskills Centre to learn about how to keep safe in the real world and took part in Antarctica Week 2019, where we spoke to Nadescha Zwerschke, who is a Marine Biologist at BAS. We were lucky enough to have 30-minute question and answer session with our ‘polar expert’ about their job at the British Antarctic Survey. The children were thoughtful and asked relevant and meaningful questions about why Antarctic research matters.

Some of the questions we asked were…

How does the weather affect your health?

What did you feel like the first time you went to the Antarctic?

Why do you focus on the Antarctic?

What inspired you to become a marine biologist?

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