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Summer 2

W.C: 6/7/20

 

Hi Y6. We hope you enjoyed your learning last week and are looking forward to some more fun lessons and activities this week, whether you are doing this from home or at  school.  Don't forget to log on to Purple Mash to view us talking to you about your learning grids on a Monday as well as listening to us share some of your work on a Wednesday and then of course we always have our celebration assembly to look forward to on a Friday.

 

Please find the links below that you will need for this week:

Year 6 - Week 11 - Lesson 1 - Vertically opposite angles

This is "Year 6 - Week 11 - Lesson 1 - Vertically opposite angles" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love...

Year 6 - Week 11 - Lesson 2 - Angles in a triangle - missing angles

This is "Year 6 - Week 11 - Lesson 2 - Angles in a triangle - missing angles" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people...

Year 6 - Week 11 - Lesson 3 - Angles in special quadrilaterals

This is "Year 6 - Week 11 - Lesson 3 - Angles in special quadrilaterals" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people...

Year 6 - Week 11 - Lesson 4 - Angles in regular polygons

This is "Year 6 - Week 11 - Lesson 4 - Angles in regular polygons" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love...

Art Lesson Resource

Summer 2

W.C: 29.6.20

 

This week we are excited to be launching an additional element to your online learning, which entails being able to see us talk through some of your learning for the week on a Monday; check in how you're getting on with your work on a Wednesday; and finish the week with celebrating your achievements on a Friday.  You will be able to find the link to see and hear us talking on your learning grid.

 

Year 6 - Week 10 - Lesson 1 - Introducing the ratio symbol

This is "Year 6 - Week 10 - Lesson 1 - Introducing the ratio symbol" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who...

Year 6 - Week 10 - Lesson 2 - Calculating ratio

This is "Year 6 - Week 10 - Lesson 2 - Calculating ratio" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Year 6 - Week 10 - Lesson 3 - Using scale factors

This is "Year 6 - Week 10 - Lesson 3 - Using scale factors" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Year 6 - Week 10 - Lesson 4 - Ratio and proportion problems

This is "Year 6 - Week 10 - Lesson 4 - Ratio and proportion problems" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who...

Summer 2

W.C 22.6.20

 

Good morning Y6.  Welcome to another week of home learning - be it at home or school.  We hope you had a pleasant weekend despite the rain!  This week is National Cricket Week so if any of you have a cricket set at home, see if you can have a game at some point this week.  If not then check out the activities that Mr Harrison has set for you, which can be found on this week's learning grid, as always. 

 

Please find the links below that you will need for Maths and English this week, as well as your learning grid with all the other activities for you to complete.

 

Have a good week everyone.

 

 

W.C 22.6.20 Weekly Home Learning Grid

Year 6 - Week 9 - Lesson 1 - Area and perimeter

This is "Year 6 - Week 9 - Lesson 1 - Area and perimeter" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Year 6 - Week 9 - Lesson 2 - Area of triangles

This is "Year 6 - Week 9 - Lesson 2 - Area of triangles" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Year 6 - Week 9 - Lesson 3 - Area of parallelograms

This is "Year 6 - Week 9 - Lesson 3 - Area of parallelograms" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Year 6 - Week 9 - Lesson 4 - Volume of cuboids

This is "Year 6 - Week 9 - Lesson 4 - Volume of cuboids" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Summer 2

W.C: 15.6.20

 

Hi Y6.  We hope you had a good weekend and have re-charged your batteries ready to begin another week of home learning, be that at home or at school.  

 

In English this week, you will be focusing on your reading comprehension skills for the first two days, as usual, and then you'll move on to studying and writing letters of complaint from Wednesday onwards. 

 

Maths this week will start with equations and then move on to measurement (different units of measuring length.)

 

Continue to follow the learning grids as much as you can in order to keep yourselves motivated and organised as this will stand you in good stead for secondary school, where you'll have to get used to following a very busy timetable.  It's really hard, we know, to be self-disciplined enough to get through all your work at home but if you can successfully complete this challenge then you will find it a lot easier when you start your new schools.

 

Have a good week, all of you.

Year 6 - Week 8 - Lesson 1 - Solve 2-step equations

This is "Year 6 - Week 8 - Lesson 1 - Solve 2-step equations" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Year 6 - Week 8 - Lesson 2 - Find pairs of values

This is "Year 6 - Week 8 - Lesson 2 - Find pairs of values" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Year 6 - Week 8 - Lesson 3 - Convert metric measures

This is "Year 6 - Week 8 - Lesson 3 - Convert metric measures" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Year 6 - Week 8 - Lesson 4 - Miles and kilometres

This is "Year 6 - Week 8 - Lesson 4 - Miles and kilometres" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Summer 2

W.C: 8.6.20

 

Welcome to the second week back! We are looking forward to seeing more of you back at school this week; we hope those of you that started back last week enjoyed seeing some familiar faces again and hopefully some of your friends.

 

Whether learning from home or school, please find below your learning grid for this week and the links that you will need.  Have a good week and stay safe and well.

TRANSITION WORK IN PREPARATION FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

 

Those of us in school will be working through the pupil sections from the below website over the next few weeks (aiming to complete 1-2 sessions each week) in preparation for moving to secondary school.  At the bottom of the page you will see 'Download the resources'.  Click on 'Year 6' and it will take you to 9 sessions.  There is also a workbook but you can still complete the sessions without it if you haven't got a printer so don't worry about that. 

You will also see a 'Get Ready to Go Big Challenge Sheet' and it would be great to see how many of these you can complete. 

You can show your parents that there are parent resources too.  Work your way through the sessions at your own pace over the next few weeks (if you are continuing to work at home) and as always, get in touch with us if we can help with anything or if you have any feedback on the resources.

https://www.hachetteschools.co.uk/landing-page/hachette-schools/be-awesome-go-big-in-association-with-pixl/

Summer 2

Week 1 W.C: 1.6.20

Welcome back, one and all, and to your last half term in Y6!  We hope you had a good break and that you are looking forward to doing some more fantastic home learning or even some learning back at school, which we're very excited about.

 

In English this week we are looking at setting descriptions in order to build tension and we are focusing on inference skills in reading.  In Maths we are looking at percentages and their fraction and decimal equivalents, before moving onto percentages of amounts.  We also have lots of fun activities for you to do, which you can find out all about on your learning grid below.  

 

Have a good week everyone and we hope to see you very soon.

Summer 1 Week 5

W.C: 18.5.20

 

Good morning Y6 and welcome to our final week of this half term!

 

English

We hope you enjoyed the online English teaching last week (there's still time to send in your newspaper articles from last Friday's lesson.) Let us know how many you got right in the end of week spelling test too.  We will carry on using The Oak National website for English, as it's good for you to be able to see and listen to a teacher, as well as carry out the activities - this week we are looking at Information Leaflets.  We look forward to reading the ones that you will create this Friday all about your local area, or about another area that you might choose to find out about.

Maths

This week we are looking at multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000, including using decimals and fractions.  See the attachments below for your work and answers.  The daily video links are on this week's learning grid, also attached below.

Other activities

Have fun having a go at all the other activities on your learning grid, especially Mr Harrison's P.E challenges ready for the virtual sports day coming up and Mrs Ingle's creative challenge - we can't wait to see the results!

 

Stay safe and happy and keep up the good work.

Summer 1 Week 4

W.C: 11.5.20

 

To all our Y6s

 

As SATs week arrives, it is not quite the same

The tests that were printed this year never came

The displays are still up; walls full of maths ‘rules’

But year 6 is very different, at present, in schools.

 

For some of you, happiness and lots of relief

For others a sigh of pure disbelief

That you worked really hard in advance of this week

Expected and Greater Depth marks are what you did seek.

 

Algebra, fractions, the times table drills

Inference, retrieval, in-depth reading skills

Past, present, progressive…and all the SPAG terms

You’ve practised and mastered them research confirms.

 

Fear not though, the SATs, yes, won’t happen this term

But remember tests don’t measure everything you learn

Primary subjects are varied; you’ve always tried your best

And many of those skills you’ve gained, can’t be defined by a test.

 

So, here at Bilsthorpe, you’ve made us so proud

We sit here with pride and we shout this out loud…

“Year 6 you amaze us, you’ve come incredibly far…

And we don’t need a test to see how amazing you are!”

We hope you had a lovely bank holiday weekend and you were able to celebrate VE day on Friday with your family and perhaps even your neighbours (from a safe distance, of course.)

 

Please find attached below the learning grid for this week.  We hope you enjoy completing all the activities on there, as well as the core and foundation subjects.  

 

Don't forget to keep in touch with us through the shared blog on Purple Mash and keep sending in your fantastic work to us via email.  We love to hear from you and to see how you are getting on with the tasks that we set you.

 

Have a good week, guys.

W.C: 11.5.20 Weekly home learning grid

Summer Week 3

W.C 4.5.20

Good morning Y6.  We hope that you and your families are well and are keeping your spirits up during this ongoing strange time.

 

Thank you to the children that sent in your biographies last week; we enjoyed reading all of them, especially the one about Anne Frank as her life-story seems to be particularly poignant and relevant at the moment.

 

We are changing text-type in English this week; it is still non-fiction but this time we are looking at Explanation Texts.  Please find the link below for Monday's lesson (Wallace and Gromit clip.) Have fun explaining how Wallace's crazy invention works!  

 

Below is also attached your learning grid for this week.  We hope you find it interesting learning all about how our hearts work in Science and about Health and Nutrition in DT.  If you haven't sent us in your songs yet for Music about COVID-19, we look forward to hearing them too.  Don't forget Mrs Ingle's challenge of the week as well.

 

As always, any questions or concerns, please get in touch with us.

 

Have a good week, one and all.

 

W.C 4.5.20 Home Learning Grid

The Snoozatron - Cracking Contraptions - Wallace and Gromit

Getting to sleep can be a problem when you eat as much cheese as Wallace. His solution is the "Snoozatron", a simple device to aid the restless insomniac. Fo...

Summer 1 Week 2

Wednesday 29th April

 

Hey guys!  Please find attached below the rest of my biography of my idol, Doris Day, to help you complete your own over the next few days.  We look forward to reading them all. Have fun!

 

Summer 1 Week 2

Tuesday 28th April

 

Happy Tuesday all! Please find below my attempt at writing a two-paragraph introduction to my biography on my all-time hero, Doris Day.  Hope it helps you all with your English work today.  Email me your introductions: jwagstaff@bilsthorpefha.org or Mrs Pavier: jpavier@bilsthorpefha.org

It would be easiest if you write it as a word document and then attach your document to the email using the paperclip symbol at the bottom of the email. Let us know if you have any difficulties.

Enjoy and have a good day!

Doris Day Introduction

Summer 1 Week 2

W.C: 27.4.20

 

 Hi all.  We hope you've had a good weekend and have enjoyed the sunshine. We are looking forward to another week of more super home learning from yourselves.

 

Home Learning for this week

English

This week, we are moving on from diary-writing to now looking at other people's life experiences in order to write a biography,describing  the key events in their lives.  We will start the week by researching about a famous person who we look up to or by interviewing a family member about their lives.  Later in the week, we will then write a biography of their lives, showcasing what we have learnt about them and celebrating their achievements.

 

Maths

We are building on from last week's learning of angles in triangles using White Rose: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/  to this week looking at scale factors, ratio and measuring angles. There are also times tables games on Maths Shed as well as the usual TTRS challenge for you to challenge yourselves with. Don't forget you CPG books too if you want to do any extra Maths revision.

 

For all other activities and web links, please find this week's timetable below:

W.C 27.4.20 Timetable

Other Useful Links:

Go on a virtual tour of the British Museum:  https://britishmuseum.withgoogle.com/

Listen to an audio book: https://stories.audible.com/discovery   

Get some off-screen activity ideas from: https://padlet-uploads.storage.googleapis.com/311750818/49e66309cf98eb937e38b470f983a7b3/pobble_non_screen.jpg      

 

Virtual School

Hi everyone, 

 

Happy summer term! Hope you all had a lovely Easter and are staying safe. Our virtual learning is continuing this half term as we still can't be together at school. Every Monday there will now be a timetable added on this page and on our blog on Purple Mash. This will outline your work for the week. On it you will see that there are some things that you must do everyday but the other things you can choose when you do them so do it at a time that is best for you. Talk to your adult about this at the beginning of the week. Spelling/Maths Shed and Times Table Rock Stars need to be used everyday. Some things will still be set on Purple Mash (this will be highlighted on your timetable).

 

You will still find the links to other fun websites which will support your learning at home, these include links to free e-books and audio books so you can continue to read and listen to stories like we did in the classroom. You can choose to do any of these as optional extras. The BBC are also launching daily lessons now too starting on Monday 20th April so take a look at these. You can find more information on those here https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/znbnscw?dm_i=3YNL%2C14EWE%2C2T9R0V%2C3Y6KX%2C1&fbclid=IwAR018wzBYrSgVybFDKfk-iU6BfwSGFh86SYnkyt1V7axYl8z8kLGpFDpLN0

 

We will also continue to update the class blog each day and you can chat to us on there and ask any questions if you need to. 

 

If you have any photos of things you've been doing that you would like to share with the class please email us as we would love to share them on this page.

 

If you have any questions at all or if we can do anything to help, please email either of us: jpavier@bilsthorpefha.org

jwagstaff@bilsthorpefha.org

 

Also, you still have lots of work in your packs (including all the CGP books and SAT buster books), but if you do need more, there are lots of website links on the virtual school tab in 'Key information.'

 

Maths lessons for this week: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6

 

Maths problem of the day: https://whiterosemaths.com/resources/classroom-resources/problems/page/5/

 

Images to inspire writing: https://www.onceuponapicture.co.uk/

 

Film clips to inspire writing: https://www.literacyshed.com/home.html

 

W.C: 20.4.20 Timetable

Dear Diary...

Still image for this video
Watch the 'Dear Diary' video to explain your English work ...

Purple Mash - Class blog tutorial

WELCOME TO YEAR 6

Our teaches are Mrs Pavier and Mrs Wagstaff

Our teaching assistants are Mrs Boaler and Mrs Perkin

Follow us on Twitter @6BFHA     @BilsthorpeFHA

 

Welcome to your final year of primary school and what an exciting year we have in store! You will need:

A pinch of 'the ability to laugh at yourself'

Handfuls of responsibility

Spades of confidence

Bucket loads of aspiration

A lorry load of perseverance

A boat load of laughter

This year you will achieve things both in and out of the classroom that you never thought were possible...you just have to give it your all and make every day count!

Important information

We have PE on a Wednesday and Friday

Homework is now due in on Fridays.  A minimum of one task from each of the 10-minute SAT Buster books must be completed each week (maths, grammar and reading).

Spellings are set weekly and can be found in the children's reading diaries as well as on our class page.  From Spring 2, we will be revising all the spelling rules and children should use their reading diary to practise the spellings they are still not sure of.

Please make sure your child has their reading diary in school every day. The diaries will be checked regularly for reading signatures so please ensure children are reading at  home.

 

 

7 th January- Reading Breakfast

13th January- Y6 height and weight check

15th January- Perseverance day

6 th February- Y6 visit to MRF Educational Visits We will be visiting the MRF (Materials Recovery Facility) in Mansfield in a few weeks. There is no charge for this visit but more details will follow shortly. We will also be using our geography field skills in the local area and hope to work with the county council. PE Kits of the Day!

24th February- INSET Day

3 rd & 4th March- Parents’ Evenings

5 th March- World Book Day

w/c 9th March- Science week

WHAT ARE WE LEARNING

ABOUT THIS TERM?

 

BIG QUESTION: Do we own our choices?

 

Key Driver: Geography

 

Key Concepts: location, trade, environment, resources, region, population, migration, future

 

 

In art and design we will be making a sculpture out of rubbish, sketching and using different media to replicate a scene.

 

In history we will be learning about how Britain has had a major influence on the world.

 

In geography we will be comparing the human and physical differences between developed and developing countries.  We will also know why industrial areas and ports are important.  By the end of the project, we will know how to use OS maps (including 6 figure grid reference and the 8 points of a compass) and understand all of the symbols used.

 

In science we will be learning about classifying plants, animals and micro-organisms.  We will also learn about fossils and the things that they can teach us about the past.

 

Watch out for information about year 6 performing music on the street just before half term.

 

We will continue to learn French and we will continue to have specialist sports coach Mr Harrison teaching all of our PE lessons.

Our current class book...

Our current class book... 1

Books we've enjoyed as a class this year...

Books we've enjoyed as a class this year... 1
Books we've enjoyed as a class this year... 2

Why don't you head to Bilsthorpe Library and borrow some of these AMAZING books that link to our project?

Science investigation homework...

Science investigation homework... 1
Science investigation homework... 2
Science investigation homework... 3
Science investigation homework... 4
Science investigation homework... 5
Science investigation homework... 6

Science Homework!

Science Homework! 1
Science Homework! 2
Science Homework! 3

Homework - WW1, WW2, Anne Frank and Judaism...

Homework - WW1, WW2, Anne Frank and Judaism... 1

RE homework - great examples!

RE homework - great examples! 1
RE homework - great examples! 2
RE homework - great examples! 3
RE homework - great examples! 4

In art this week, we learnt how to use pastels effectively

In art this week, we learnt how to use pastels effectively 1
In art this week, we learnt how to use pastels effectively 2
In art this week, we learnt how to use pastels effectively 3
In art this week, we learnt how to use pastels effectively 4
In art this week, we learnt how to use pastels effectively 5

Potato book characters for World Book Day

Potato book characters for World Book Day 1
Potato book characters for World Book Day 2
Potato book characters for World Book Day 3
Potato book characters for World Book Day 4
Potato book characters for World Book Day 5

Grammar games in the hall

Grammar games in the hall 1
Grammar games in the hall 2
Grammar games in the hall 3

Kindness day poetry and cards to the community thanking them for everything they do

Kindness day poetry and cards to the community thanking them for everything they do 1
Kindness day poetry and cards to the community thanking them for everything they do 2
Kindness day poetry and cards to the community thanking them for everything they do 3
Kindness day poetry and cards to the community thanking them for everything they do 4

We had a fantastic trip to the Materials Recovery Facility today. We all learnt so much about recycling and now plan to share our learning with our families at home so that we recycle correctly

We had a fantastic trip to the Materials Recovery Facility today. We all learnt so much about recycling and now plan to share our learning with our families at home so that we recycle correctly 1
We had a fantastic trip to the Materials Recovery Facility today. We all learnt so much about recycling and now plan to share our learning with our families at home so that we recycle correctly 2
We had a fantastic trip to the Materials Recovery Facility today. We all learnt so much about recycling and now plan to share our learning with our families at home so that we recycle correctly 3
We had a fantastic trip to the Materials Recovery Facility today. We all learnt so much about recycling and now plan to share our learning with our families at home so that we recycle correctly 4
We had a fantastic trip to the Materials Recovery Facility today. We all learnt so much about recycling and now plan to share our learning with our families at home so that we recycle correctly 5

The council responded to our letters and provided litter picking equipment so we could tidy up our village

The council responded to our letters and provided litter picking equipment so we could tidy up our village 1
The council responded to our letters and provided litter picking equipment so we could tidy up our village 2
The council responded to our letters and provided litter picking equipment so we could tidy up our village 3
The council responded to our letters and provided litter picking equipment so we could tidy up our village 4
The council responded to our letters and provided litter picking equipment so we could tidy up our village 5

We wrote persuasive letters to Newark and Sherwood District Council after seeing so much litter on a walk around the village last week

We wrote persuasive letters to Newark and Sherwood District Council after seeing so much litter on a walk around the village last week 1
We wrote persuasive letters to Newark and Sherwood District Council after seeing so much litter on a walk around the village last week 2
We wrote persuasive letters to Newark and Sherwood District Council after seeing so much litter on a walk around the village last week 3
We wrote persuasive letters to Newark and Sherwood District Council after seeing so much litter on a walk around the village last week 4
We wrote persuasive letters to Newark and Sherwood District Council after seeing so much litter on a walk around the village last week 5
We wrote persuasive letters to Newark and Sherwood District Council after seeing so much litter on a walk around the village last week 6

We've had great fun in English this week pretending to be a piece of litter whilst we wrote a narrative.

We've had great fun in English this week pretending to be a piece of litter whilst we wrote a narrative. 1
We've had great fun in English this week pretending to be a piece of litter whilst we wrote a narrative. 2

WHAT ARE WE LEARNING

ABOUT THIS TERM?

 

BIG QUESTION:

Is conflict ever justified?

 

Key Driver: History

 

Key Concepts: conflict, chronology, perspective, empathetic understanding, significance, cause and consequence, freedom, rights

 

In Art and Design we will be making model houses out of wood to create a street during the Blitz.  We will be using our knowledge gained from science to simulate blackouts.  We will also be creating some art work with watercolours based on the theme of poppies.

 

In History we will be carrying out research and learning about key events during WW2 as well as comparing some significant figures during this time.

 

In Geography we will be locating countries in the British Empire and investigating topographic features.

 

In Science we will be learning about electricity as well as air resistance.

 

In RE we will be learning about the Jewish religion.

 

 

We will continue to learn French and are lucky to have specialist sports coach Mr Harrison teaching all of our PE lessons.

 

What have we been learning this week?

Our parents worked together to send the elf around the village to as many of our houses as possible...all in secret!

Our parents worked together to send the elf around the village to as many of our houses as possible...all in secret! 1
Our parents worked together to send the elf around the village to as many of our houses as possible...all in secret! 2
Our parents worked together to send the elf around the village to as many of our houses as possible...all in secret! 3
Our parents worked together to send the elf around the village to as many of our houses as possible...all in secret! 4
Our parents worked together to send the elf around the village to as many of our houses as possible...all in secret! 5
Our parents worked together to send the elf around the village to as many of our houses as possible...all in secret! 6
Our parents worked together to send the elf around the village to as many of our houses as possible...all in secret! 7
Our parents worked together to send the elf around the village to as many of our houses as possible...all in secret! 8
Our parents worked together to send the elf around the village to as many of our houses as possible...all in secret! 9
Our parents worked together to send the elf around the village to as many of our houses as possible...all in secret! 10
Our parents worked together to send the elf around the village to as many of our houses as possible...all in secret! 11
Our parents worked together to send the elf around the village to as many of our houses as possible...all in secret! 12
Our parents worked together to send the elf around the village to as many of our houses as possible...all in secret! 13
Our parents worked together to send the elf around the village to as many of our houses as possible...all in secret! 14
Our parents worked together to send the elf around the village to as many of our houses as possible...all in secret! 15

Once we got over the shock, we used the photos to write fantastic narratives entitled "Adventures of Elf"

Once we got over the shock, we used the photos to write fantastic narratives entitled "Adventures of Elf" 1
Once we got over the shock, we used the photos to write fantastic narratives entitled "Adventures of Elf" 2
Once we got over the shock, we used the photos to write fantastic narratives entitled "Adventures of Elf" 3
Once we got over the shock, we used the photos to write fantastic narratives entitled "Adventures of Elf" 4

We enjoyed sharing everything we've learned with our parents in our museum!

We enjoyed sharing everything we've learned with our parents in our museum! 1
We enjoyed sharing everything we've learned with our parents in our museum! 2
We enjoyed sharing everything we've learned with our parents in our museum! 3
We enjoyed sharing everything we've learned with our parents in our museum! 4
We enjoyed sharing everything we've learned with our parents in our museum! 5
We enjoyed sharing everything we've learned with our parents in our museum! 6
We enjoyed sharing everything we've learned with our parents in our museum! 7
We enjoyed sharing everything we've learned with our parents in our museum! 8
We enjoyed sharing everything we've learned with our parents in our museum! 9
We enjoyed sharing everything we've learned with our parents in our museum! 10
We enjoyed sharing everything we've learned with our parents in our museum! 11
We enjoyed sharing everything we've learned with our parents in our museum! 12
We enjoyed sharing everything we've learned with our parents in our museum! 13

Test your knowledge of conflict by completing this 10 question quiz!

Visit to the Holocaust Centre

Visit to the Holocaust Centre 1
Visit to the Holocaust Centre 2
Visit to the Holocaust Centre 3
Visit to the Holocaust Centre 4
Visit to the Holocaust Centre 5
Visit to the Holocaust Centre 6
Visit to the Holocaust Centre 7
Visit to the Holocaust Centre 8

Residential to Kingswood

Residential to Kingswood 1
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Residential to Kingswood 3
Residential to Kingswood 4
Residential to Kingswood 5
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Residential to Kingswood 14

Art- watercolour inspired by the book 'Where the Poppies Now Grow" by Hilary Robinson

Art- watercolour inspired by the book 'Where the Poppies Now Grow" by Hilary Robinson 1
Art- watercolour inspired by the book 'Where the Poppies Now Grow" by Hilary Robinson 2
Art- watercolour inspired by the book 'Where the Poppies Now Grow" by Hilary Robinson 3
Art- watercolour inspired by the book 'Where the Poppies Now Grow" by Hilary Robinson 4

English - our writing after our drama on the field outside school!

English - our writing after our drama on the field outside school! 1
English - our writing after our drama on the field outside school! 2
English - our writing after our drama on the field outside school! 3
English - our writing after our drama on the field outside school! 4
English - our writing after our drama on the field outside school! 5
English - our writing after our drama on the field outside school! 6
English - our writing after our drama on the field outside school! 7
English - our writing after our drama on the field outside school! 8

Drama/History - imagining what it would have been like to be part of WW2

Drama/History - imagining what it would have been like to be part of WW2 1
Drama/History - imagining what it would have been like to be part of WW2 2
Drama/History - imagining what it would have been like to be part of WW2 3
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Drama/History - imagining what it would have been like to be part of WW2 12
Drama/History - imagining what it would have been like to be part of WW2 13

D&T - creating 1940's houses (designing, using a range of tools, evaluating and creating!)

D&T - creating 1940's houses (designing, using a range of tools, evaluating and creating!) 1
D&T - creating 1940's houses (designing, using a range of tools, evaluating and creating!) 2
D&T - creating 1940's houses (designing, using a range of tools, evaluating and creating!) 3
D&T - creating 1940's houses (designing, using a range of tools, evaluating and creating!) 4
D&T - creating 1940's houses (designing, using a range of tools, evaluating and creating!) 5
D&T - creating 1940's houses (designing, using a range of tools, evaluating and creating!) 6

English - check out our first drafts of remembrance poetry...

English - check out our first drafts of remembrance poetry... 1
English - check out our first drafts of remembrance poetry... 2
English - check out our first drafts of remembrance poetry... 3
English - check out our first drafts of remembrance poetry... 4
English - check out our first drafts of remembrance poetry... 5
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English - check out our first drafts of remembrance poetry... 7
English - check out our first drafts of remembrance poetry... 8
English - check out our first drafts of remembrance poetry... 9

Music - we used a range of instruments when we learned a spelling rap!

Music - we used a range of instruments when we learned a spelling rap! 1

MFL AFTERNOON 

We had a great afternoon learning about Poland today.  Luke’s mum came in and taught us some Polish and shared some information about the country and their traditions.  We liked the sound of doughnut day best!  We located the country on a map, listened to the national anthem and looked at a range of photos.  To finish off the afternoon, we did some traditional Polish folk art (Wycinanki).

   

Science - we enjoyed investigating how we change the brightness of a light bulb.

Science - we enjoyed investigating how we change the brightness of a light bulb. 1
Science - we enjoyed investigating how we change the brightness of a light bulb. 2
Science - we enjoyed investigating how we change the brightness of a light bulb. 3
Science - we enjoyed investigating how we change the brightness of a light bulb. 4
Science - we enjoyed investigating how we change the brightness of a light bulb. 5

English - the first pieces of writing are ready for our year group museum based on the story 'War Game'

English - the first pieces of writing are ready for our year group museum based on the story 'War Game' 1
English - the first pieces of writing are ready for our year group museum based on the story 'War Game' 2
English - the first pieces of writing are ready for our year group museum based on the story 'War Game' 3
English - the first pieces of writing are ready for our year group museum based on the story 'War Game' 4
English - the first pieces of writing are ready for our year group museum based on the story 'War Game' 5
English - the first pieces of writing are ready for our year group museum based on the story 'War Game' 6

Visit to Bilsthorpe Heritage Museum

 

          

 

            

We visited the Heritage Museum in order to gather ideas for how to set out our own museum at the end of the topic.

            

History - re-enacting the key events in WW2!

History - re-enacting the key events in WW2! 1
History - re-enacting the key events in WW2! 2
History - re-enacting the key events in WW2! 3
History - re-enacting the key events in WW2! 4
History - re-enacting the key events in WW2! 5
History - re-enacting the key events in WW2! 6
History - re-enacting the key events in WW2! 7
History - re-enacting the key events in WW2! 8

Science - proving and disproving scientific theories...

Science - proving and disproving scientific theories... 1
Science - proving and disproving scientific theories... 2
Science - proving and disproving scientific theories... 3
Science - proving and disproving scientific theories... 4
Science - proving and disproving scientific theories... 5
Science - proving and disproving scientific theories... 6
Science - proving and disproving scientific theories... 7
Science - proving and disproving scientific theories... 8

Drama - What was life like in the trenches during WW1?

Drama - What was life like in the trenches during WW1? 1
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Drama - What was life like in the trenches during WW1? 3
Drama - What was life like in the trenches during WW1? 4
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Drama - What was life like in the trenches during WW1? 6
Drama - What was life like in the trenches during WW1? 7
Drama - What was life like in the trenches during WW1? 8
Drama - What was life like in the trenches during WW1? 9
Drama - What was life like in the trenches during WW1? 10
Drama - What was life like in the trenches during WW1? 11
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