Category: year6

Year 6 – Amethyst and Magenta

Modroc Madness

Well you may have noticed the children looking a little chalky on Tuesday. The result of our afternoon using modroc to sculpt our hands as inspired by Anthony Gormley. The children worked really hard and although a few might need a second attempt, the majority now have some brilliant sculptures drying in the classrooms. See …

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Getting to the heart of it…

What a great week it’s been in year 6! In English we have been focused on the writing technique of Point Evidence Explanation (P.E.E) to help us structure a balanced argument.  Inspired by our text, Pig Heart Boy, we have been discussing the advantages and disadvantages of xenotransplantation – using organs from another species for …

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The first full week back is complete!

We have had a fantastic first week back and we are all so proud of how hard the children have been working. In Literacy this week we have been continuing to read ‘Pig Heart Boy’. The children have been left on tenterhooks each time we read a new chapter and have been able to make …

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Welcome back!

Welcome back. What a great 2 days! We have all settled in really well and are all now used to the new changes – especially the extra hand washing. We have made a start in our new topic – The Mayans – and have read the first few chapters of ‘Pig Heart Boy’ for English. …

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