Year 6 had an amazing start to the term at Culmington Manor, where most of the class spent the week abseiling, orienteering and completing obstacle courses.
It was then back to work as usual. In English lessons we have read the book, ‘Wonder’ about a boy with Treacher Collins Syndrome starting a new school. We have written diary entries, character profiles, newspaper reports and poems.
In maths we have spent the whole term learning about fractions. We can now add, subtract, multiply, divide and simplify fractions.
Our topic has centered around the capital city of Santiago in Chile. We have completed our own projects about the city and learnt all about volcanoes.