Invaders and Settlers
Today, we started our new History topic; Invaders and Settlers; The Romans.
We began by thinking about why people may move house, town, city or even to a new country. We discovered that people move to new places for lots of different reasons and have been doing so for…
Extreme weather conditions across the world
How many types of extreme weather can you think of?
We researched each of the different extreme weathers;
and described what they are, what the effects/damage…
Today, we looked at the water cycle and the distribution of water around the world.
Where does rain come from?
All the water in the world rises from the Earth’s surface and falls back to the ground in a continuous cycle which is driven by the sun’s energy. Water that falls back…
Geography - Extreme Earth
Today, we launched our new Geography topic: Extreme Earth. We began by thinking about these questions.
- How many different words can you think of to describe the weather and phenomena associated with the weather?
- What is climate?
- Where would you expect the…
Class 1 & 2 have made this video for Father's Day. We want to celebrate and thank dads, brothers, uncles, grandads and anyone else who looks after us at home.
End of Week 3
We are at the end of three weeks which has flown by and myself and Mrs O’Neill continue to be overwhelmed by the children and their attitudes. All week they have been absolutely fantastic.
This week we have started our new space topic called ‘Out of this World’ where we have…
In what ways did the Titanic change history?
The disaster of the Titanic creates outcry from people for more to be done to protect people's lives at sea. Both British and American inquiries called for laws and regulations around safety at sea to be changed and over the next few years,…
Who was on board the Titanic?
This afternoon we investigated the people on board the Titanic.
- How could you find out if a person was aboard the Titanic?
- What kind of sources could you use?
- Can you remember some of the reasons why someone would have been travelling on the…
Our news reporters have been busy typing up their reports, ready for print!
Read the latest news below!!
The classroom has turned into a newsroom today, the Year 6's have channelled their journalistic style to report the news of the sinking of the Titanic.
What are all the different ways you can think of that people access the news? - do you keep up with the news? What are…
Year 6 have been working incredibly hard in English over the past two weeks, writing a recount of the events that unfolded between 10th April 1912 and the 15th April 1912. They wrote their recounts in the role of a passenger - first, second or third class. Can you work out from…
Today, we planned and wrote the concluding chapter of our recount. We aimed to use specific language and structural choices to change the pace and mood of the piece of writing.
Making their escape
- How do you plan on your character making their escape?
- Will your character's…