Class 1 & 2 - Art

Claude Monet

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…

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Class 1 & 2 - Seaside Topic

The RNLI

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.

Today we…

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Class 1 & 2 - Pirates

Pirates

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…

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Class 1 & 2 - Pirates

Pirates

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?

 

This…

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KS2 - History - Lesson 6

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,…

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Class 2 - Seaside Topic

Home Learning

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: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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KS2 - History - Lesson 5

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…
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KS2 - English - Lesson 6

Newspaper Report

Our news reporters have been busy typing up their reports, ready for print! 

Read the latest news below!! 


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Class 1 & 2 - Artwork

Fossil Artwork

After learning all about fossils and Mary Anning yesterday, we decided to do some fossil artwork today. We used white crayons and chalk and copied some real life fossils and pictures. After drawing the fossils, we tried to find out the names of them.

Here is some of our…

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KS2 - English - Lesson 5

Newspaper Article

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…

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Class 1 & 2 - Topic

 

Fossils

We have learnt all about fossils today as part of our seaside topic. We learnt what they are, how they are created and some of their names. We used magnifying glasses to look closely at them and used the ‘Natural History Museum’ website to help us to find out more information.…

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KS2 - English - Lesson 4

Titanic Recount

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…

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