To celebrate the end of SATs Year 6 had lunch out. A great way to end the week!
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Year 6 have been working so hard this week. They have shown an amazing attitude to their learning and we are all so proud of them!
One more test tomorrow and then we are done!
Today linked to their science unit and quality text in English, Year 6 had the opportunity to have a look at an animal heart!
They thoroughly enjoyed the experience (although it was a bit gruesome) and learnt about the four chambers of the heart and the different blood vessels that lead to and from the heart. They were also able to cut the heart open to see the inside more clearly!
Year 6 are thoroughly enjoying our new quality text Pig Heart Boy. Today we wrote our own pros and cons list on the question: Should we implant a pig’s heart into our only son?
As a reward Year 6 had a day at Chill Factore as they have shown a great attitude to their learning this term!
Ski taster session: All the children had a go at skating on the flat, side stepping and practice having a good skiing posture whilst sliding down the lower section of the beginner slope.
Snow park session: All children had a chance to play in the snow. The activities included:
Today, Year 6 visited the Imperial War Museum North which is located on The Quays in Greater Manchester. We spent the morning walking through a timeline of history from the First World War to the present day while exploring a vast collection of over 2,000 objects linked to war. Also, we watched a 360 degree cinematic Big Picture Show that focused on the war at home and included stories of a range of people that lived through World War Two. Finally, while walking around the displays many of the children had a chance to speak to some volunteer veterans who told them what life in the forces was like.
Our new artist next term is Dolan Geiman a contemporary artist who is known for his detailed paper collages produced from rescued materials. In class we researched about our new artist and also looked at examples of his work before discussing our thoughts about them.
In our PSHE lesson this week we thought about a quote people should try to live their lives by. Each of us wrote a message about something we strongly believed in.
Today we used our excellent inference skills to ask and answer questions about visiting Animal Town.
What questions would you ask?