Our topic this term is called What a Wonderful World.
In this project the children will learn: About the locations of the ‘Wonders of the World’, including the countries that they are located in and about their geographical, historical and cultural significance.
About different categories of wonders of the world including the natural, ancient and modern world.
How to use maps, plans, data and information to find out about a range of places.
How to write narrative stories in a range of settings.
How to use geographical and historical knowledge in a creative way.
How to use multimedia and ICT to present information.
November 4th to November 15th
We were introduced to our new topic called 'What a Wonderful World'. We have found out about the 7 Ancient, Modern and Natural Wonders of the World and located them on maps of the world. In Language this term we will be looking at the works of Charles Dickens and William Shakespeare. Miss Francis' language class have been acting out the roles of Ebenezer Scrooge and Bob Cratchit and debating whether or not Christmas should be cancelled!!
Click the links below to see all the fun things we have done!
September 16th to October 4th
Year 6 have written lots of poems, please see our poetry page! We have carried out experiments in our Topic Scream machine including testing surfaces to see which created the most friction. We have also been learning songs for our Harvest Assembly on October 18th.
Click on the link below and check out our poetry writing!
October 7th to October 18th
Year 6 have been very busy preparing for their special 'Harvest Assembly' that will take place on Friday, 18th of October at 2.15pm. We have looked at persuasive techniques and features within writing and Year 6 have been busy writing letters giving for and against arguments on different topics. Keep checking the folders below for some great examples of these letters!
October 21st to October 25th
Year 6 have become roller coaster designers! We used simulators on the computers to create our own rollercoasters (Click on the link below to have a go at home!). We also had lots of fun using our knowledge of forces to design and make our own roller coaster models in the classroom.