This week, we have been making a strong start on our Art Week display. We have been researching London landmarks and practicing our sketching skills to draw realistic portrayals of them. We will then collage them to form our own London skylines.
This week, Y6 have spent some time researching Nikola Tesla and writing their own biographies about his life and achievements. We learnt all about his different inventions and how his AC current changed the future of electricity.
This week, Class 6 wrote stories based on the Detective genre. They considered plot and character, while considering the passive voice. The stories were very exciting and featured clues to point to the culprit.
Also, last week, Year 6 led a fantastic service at the Cathedral, where they read their insightful reflections about the season of Harvest.
This week, Class 6 have been working hard on their geography projects.
They have been creating presentations about physical geographical features around the work and researching facts and statistics to support their work. They have also been working on their map skills to include accurate and detailed maps of these features and their correct location.
Please remember, Class 6, that these projects are due shortly and we look forward to seeing all your hard work.