Today, we started writing the next chapter of our recount. In this chapter, the ship hit the iceberg and began to sink. Our aim was to build suspense and action.
'I was woken by the loud clanging of a bell; a steward was calling for us to don our lifebelts. My heart pounding, I…
This afternoon, we designed a poster to advertise the Titanic and her voyage.
We know that there were lots of different kinds of people on the Titanic.
- There were expensive tickets for rich people
- There were less expensive tickets for poorer people
- Titanic attracted young…
Why was the Titanic significant?
This afternoon we explored the question 'Why was the Titanic significant?'
Since the Titanic’s maiden voyage over 100 years ago in 1912, there have been several books and films written about it and the night it sank. (These are based on the true story of the…
Today in English, we began our topic on Titanic. We started a recount of a surviving passenger's journey aboard the Titanic. Over the new few lessons, we will be writing it in three chapters; boarding the ship, the disaster and being rescued.
We designed a character to…
Draw an invention to keep people 2 metres apart
What ideas can you think of that will keep people staying 2 metres apart?
This morning, Year 6 turned into 'Little Inventors' to create some wild and wonderful inventions.
We had bubbles, 2m belts, a jazzy rainbow umbrella, a warning cat…
This afternoon we started our new topic 'The Titanic'. Throughout the next few weeks, we will be climbing aboard the most famous vessel of the early 20th century as we investigate the history behind the Titanic and her infamous maiden voyage!
We shall be inquisitive historians,…
In Science, we were questioning 'What is weight?' and exploring Earth's gravitational force that causes objects to have weight. We explored this further by looking at the depth of craters made and the amount of material scattered when different objects were dropped…
Rooftoppers and Cityscapes
Before half term, Class 4 produced some amazing writing and art work based on our English novel, Rooftoppers.
We are particularly proud of this display in our classroom!
There was much excitement in Class 4 this afternoon as we finally got to taste our school-made butter! After investing our time in 'churning' and ' refrigerating' our very own butter the time for taste had arrived!
Take a look at the facial expressions throughout the…
Exciting English descriptive writing
Class 4 are thoroughly enjoying our new English novel ‘Beowulf’ and have become engrossed in the characters, plot and beasts! This week we have launched straight back into our descriptive writing and have produced 2 quality pieces.
The first was a…
Vicious Vikings…or were they?
In our Science lesson this week, we were required to help prove a scientist’s belief that the Vikings have been misunderstood and misrepresented as a primitive civilisation.
We examined how the Vikings used science to make food much more edible, nutritious and…
Reversible/Irreversible changes and Soda Bread!
Class 4 have been at it again. As scientists, we have been investigating what happens to objects when they are heated. We looked at the following objects and described what would happen to each if it was heated and cooled, and whether or not…