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Tall Oaks from Little Acorns Grow

Class 11

Monday 3rd December

This term Year 6 have been learning all about the Frozen Kingdom.  On Wednesday 5th December we would like to invite you to join us for our exhibition.  The children would really like the opportunity to showcase all of their hard work this term.

 

They have created a newspaper report on the Titanic disaster, an information leaflet about Polar plants and animals and worked really hard to sketch a polar animal of their choice.

 

We will also be painting the final version of these sketches on Wednesday, with a little help from you.

 

We will be opening the doors to the hall at 9am -10:30am.  Hot chocolate and marshmallows will also be available in the community room.

 

Many thanks for your continuing support.

 

We look forward to seeing you there.

Monday 19th November

 

Here are this week's spellings:

swimming

challenging

beating

changing

inspecting

escaping

beginning

raising

interesting

including

Lab Rascals Science Workshop

Last week we took part in a very exciting Science Workshop to launch our topic 'Frozen Kingdom'. We learnt about States of Matter and discussed what we know about solids, liquids and gases. The experiments that we carried out certainly captured our imaginations. We all had to wear safety goggles throughout the session to protect our eyes. Take a look at the photos to see what we got up to. It was a great morning.

Monday 12th November

We are looking forward to our project launch on Wednesday, this will be a Science Workshop linked to Solids, Liquids and Gases led by LabRascals. Look out for the photographs to see what we got up to.

 

Here are this week's spellings:  Soft g 

 

magic

passengers

advantage

emergency

change

generally

original

carriages

engines

giant

We were delighted to work with the poet, Ian Bland on Monday. We really enjoyed the workshop and created our own spooky poems which were inspired by one of his poems, 'The Phantom'. Some of us performed them to the whole school.
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Monday 5th November

 

Here are this week's spellings:

 

hesitate

hesitation

hesitant

hesitancy

transparent

transparency

independent

independence

convenience

correspond

What a fantastic end to our Hola Mexico! project. Our 'Day of the Dead' celebration on Friday 2nd November was a huge success. We had a large turnout of parents, grandparents, aunties, uncles and friends. The children thoroughly enjoyed sharing their amazing Dia de los Muertos stories and felt very proud. It was great to see adults taking part in craft activities with the children and the tasting of the Mexican dips was very popular. Thank you for your support.

Monday 29th October

Our topic will continue this week as we are preparing for our 'Day of the Dead' celebration on Friday 2nd November. Please see the letter below if you need more details. We are looking forward to welcoming you all on Friday.

Here are this week's spellings:

observe

observation

observant

patient

patience

assistance

assistant

communicate

controversy

 

 

Monday 15th October

 

Here are this week's spellings:

vivacious

spacious

flirtatious

unofficial

superficial

substantial

superstitious

torrential

cemetery

committee

 

 

 

 

Year 6 Day of the Dead celebration. Letter to parents.

Monday 8th October

Here are this week's spellings:

 

luscious              potential

gracious             conscientious

repetitious        influential

multiracial         appreciate

commercial        category

 

                                                                  Monday 1st October

Here are this week's spellings.Please encourage them to practise them daily on their sheet. We will have a spelling test every Friday.

 

atrocious

conscious

fractious

financial

beneficial

impartial

infectious

sequential

accommodate

accompany

In order to achieve our reading challenge for the Autumn term, everyone should aim to read at least 50 times. Come on Class 11, read as often as you can so that we can all make it!

Welcome to Class 11!

 

Class 11 took part in a Mexican Day to launch our project 'Hola Mexico!' We made Mariachi musicians, sombreros, bunting and tasted delicious Mexican food. The tortillas and dips were very popular!

 

 

 

 

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We have found out where Mexico is on a map of the world and have started to find out about their culture. In small groups, we researched life in Mexico and learned some very interesting facts about their celebrations, music, landmarks and traditions. 

We look forward to finding out more over the next few weeks.

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