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This week 3HJ have been looking at how compasses work and learning how to use them correctly.
We spent time orientating the compass to find the cardinal points. Finally, we planned a route using directions across the playground.
A tricky concept but we all did so well!
Congratulations to all our winners…
We felt so naughty this morning writing all over the tables in maths. We were counting forwards and backwards in jumps of 50. What an amazing job by all!
A very busy yet exciting week for 6CC! Delving further into our expedition, the children learned about the different kinds of discrimination in our history and how these key battles for equality have shaped our current landscape today. The insightful visit on Wednesday helped the children to empathise with victims of discrimination. Well done, Crew CC!
Mathematics all over the tables today! We have been learning a variety of different methods to calculate addition problems… and making lots of mess along the way!
6SO have been working hard to produce some beautiful observational sketches of cameras over the past few weeks. Here are just a few of the amazing final sketches and we think you’ll agree, they are outstanding! These beautiful drawings will feature as part of a calendar that Year 5 and 6 are creating based on their current expedition ‘Photographs that changed the world’. The calendar will be professionally printed and available to buy at Christmas time so watch this space!
This week in science we have been learning about adaptations of animals and how they are suited to living in their environments.
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Don’t worry Mr Hayes, it’ll wipe off!
Well big well doe to Dalton for receiving the most votes when our Crew filled in their individual nominations for this week’s Children’s Champion. One always feels that a nomination from your peers just means that little bit more…