We have three Learning Challenges this term; this is what we will be learning about:
How could we cope for a day without electricity? -We will be finding out just how important electricity is in our everyday lives. We will talk about how electricity is made and how it gets to our homes. We will also be learning how to keep ourselves safe when using electricity! Later on, we will be able to investigate the properties of conductors and insulators before creating our own circuits.
Why were the Romans so powerful and what did we learn from them? -We will start our learning challenge by finding out who the Romans were and where they came from. We will do research on their army and we find out how the Romans came to be such powerful fighters. By the end of the Learning Challenge we should be able to create our own weapons to defend an empire!
The aim of our Learning Challenge is to explain what the Romans ever did for us and we will be thinking about the impact the Roman Empire has had on our own lives.
What happens to the food we eat? – Before Christmas, we will be finding out more about our bodies and what happens when we eat! This Science Learning Challenge is not for the faint hearted and will see us creating models of our teeth and other parts of the digestive system. We will also talk about healthy eating and keeping our teeth clean.
We have been using our sewing skills to make beautiful Christmas decorations! We used felt and stitched two sides together to make a tree shape. Next we stuffed the decorations and then added sequins.
The decorations looked lovely on our tree.
Should Claudius Invade Britain?
We split into two groups to discuss whether Claudius should invade Britain. We thought of reasons for and against. Then we created a conscience alley to try and persuade the Emperor that we were right.
Year 6 Invasion
We are Class 4 and we are very proud of our classroom. We like to keep it clean and tidy and we respect each other by following our Class Charter.
Before lunch, we spent some time tidying our trays and making sure the classroom was clean. We were very proud of our hard work. After lunch, we went to the book fair to browse the books. When we returned something terrible had happened: the Year 6s had invaded! They destroyed all our hard work, sat with their feet on our table and went in our trays. They even began to chant ‘We want this classroom!’
Hola – Spanish Speaking
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