This week, we have started learning all about the history of London (or Londinium, as it was once called!). We created our own timelines of London and we will begin to form a plan for our own historical projects.
Well done to all the children in Class 6 who created accurate and detailed timelines!
This week, we have started our new art topic all about Frida Kahlo. To begin, we looked at some of her artwork and discussed her inspiration. We designed and made our own ‘ojo de dios’ which means ‘God’s eye’. They are thought to watch over people as they pray.
A big welcome back to everyone. We have been busy this week in Class 6. We have been learning all about area, perimeter and volume in maths and doing some complicated calculations. We have also been working hard to make our ancient Egyptian canopic jars out of paper mache and Art Roc. Watch this space for some pictures of our finished jars!
This week, we have been finishing our Christmas display of We Three Kings. We have been hard at work in maths – completing division and expressing remainders as a decimals; multiplying and dividing decimals; and calculating the mean average.
In English, we are finishing off Northern Lights and several children are already reading the next book in the series, The Subtle Knife.