After learning about the dangers of the sea and the RNLI, we looked at the works of Claude Monet and how he painted and represented the sea. We learnt all about his life and looked at his different pieces of artwork.
Monet was a French artist, who loved to paint landscapes and…
This week we are learning about the RNLI (The Royal National Lifeboat Institution), who are a lifeboat search and rescue charity. So far, we have learnt about their three different types of life boats. They use an all-weather lifeboat, an inshore lifeboat and a hovercraft.
This week we have learnt all about sea creatures. We have enjoyed learning some fun facts about different animals. Did you know that an octopus has 3 hearts and blue blood?
We have been writing fact files about the sea creatures that we have learnt about this week. We all…
Today we have been learning all about sea creatures. We have used videos, the internet, books and pictures to help us to find out more information about different sea creatures. We also looked at ‘The Deep’ in Hull and took a virtual tour of the aquarium.
So far, we have…
After learning about pirates yesterday and choosing our own pirate names, we decided to make some pirate masks today. We used paper plates, paper, card, glue, scissors, colouring pens/pencils and tissue paper to make our masks. Some of us chose to have eye patches and some of us chose…
Today we learnt all about pirates as part of our seaside topic. We found out about what they do, how they talk and what they like to wear.
We then worked out our pirate name and wrote about what we would do if we were a pirate.
What is your pirate name?
We have been looking at seaside poems all week. Today we looked closely at the poem ‘Sea Animals’ by Meish Goldish.
We noticed that it is a rhyming poem all about animals under the sea. We decided to change the poem to write our own version.
Here are some of the…
We are so pleased to see so many of you joining in with our seaside topic at home! Here are some of the fantastic pictures that we have received of home learning so far:
After reading and learning some seaside poems yesterday, we decided to write our own poem today. We took inspiration from Celia Warren and her poem called ‘Seaside Fun’. She uses her senses to describe the things that she has seen, heard, tasted, smelt and felt at the seaside. Here are…
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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…