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It has been a busy week in Year 6!  We have learned about air resistance in science, written group cinquain poems in English and made clay poppies ready for Remembrance Day.  Our Big Write was a letter home from a World War 1 soldier in the trenches to his family.

Last half term, in art we were given the task to create a half Picasso and half realistic portrait of ourselves. 
Some of the Picasso sides were very creative but some took a dark turn.                                                                                                             
This was very challenging but everyone pulled through and at the end the results were amazing. 

                                                                                   Betsy Year 6

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Last half term, while most of Year Five and Six were at PGL, the rest of the Year groups came together and created paintings using Pointalism. Pointalism was developed by a man called Georges Seurat, who was a French painter. We recreated two pictures, one of a tree and the other of a famous French landmark, using paint and cotton earbuds.

                                                                                          Emma, Year 6

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