Year 6 10.11.23
Date: 10th Nov 2023 @ 4:10pm
Another very busy week for all in Year 6!
In English, we have been preparing to write our letter around a global issue by doing lots of research on The Declaration of Human Rights and finding charities which support people all over the world who are not having access to some of the basic rights that we all need in order to thrive. This has been very interesting and we have created some fantastic plans ready to begin writing next week.
We have also finally completed our Four Operations maths unit so will be ready to look at fractions on Monday. We will be regularly revisiting the topics we have covered so far to check our understanding and keep on top of the new skills we have learnt so far.
In science this week, Mr Cotton taught us about inheritance and the genetics that are passed down through the generations - we had a great time comparing our family photos!
Continuing to look at the continents in Geography, this week our focus was Asia and we used maps to locate the 50 different contries and identified the many different biomes across the whole continent. We discovered that there would be many parts that would be difficult to live in due to the extreme weather conditions.
Finally, this morning was our Remembrance worship and the Ethos team helped to support the classes in their individual sessions where we all took part in many different activiites reflecting on the past and showing our respect to those who lost their lives during the wars.
A reminder that we are back to PE on a Monday so PE kits will need to be worn.
Wishing you all a wonderful weekend,