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Year 6

Christingle Making

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WW1 battle presentation

At home, we have been researching a battle from World War One. Everyone was given a different battle to research and we could create a booklet, poster or powerpoint. We then had to present it in front of the whole class and some were that descriptive and detailed that they were awarded certificates.

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Tennis

In P.E, we have been learning how to play tennis. It was very challenging at the start but overtime we got better and better. We played a game called Kings and Queens. It was a lot of fun. We have all enjoyed tennis this half term and think we are ready for Wimbledon.

Cameron, Harry, Preston

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Christmas Decoration

Even though we can’t do our Christmas plays and Fayre this year, we are still in the Christmas spirit. Even if we didn’t win the Christmas door competition, we are still overjoyed with our efforts and are happy we got to design and create our own Christmas door decoration. We also made Christmas decorations to hang on our school Christmas tree. This year, we sewed our own Christmas decorations. We cut out Christmas shaped fabric and sewed two pieces together and stuffing them. We have decorated our class tree as well and the countdown to Christmas has begun with our class advent calendar.
It was lovely seeing all the different Christmas jumpers on Friday!

Mia, Kiri, Isabella, Grace and Anya

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WW1 Cooking

As part of our topic work, we made different dishes inspired by World War One. First we made biscuits but we could only use a small amount of sugar as it was rationed at the time. The soldiers would have dipped their biscuits in boiled water or tea to make them soft enough to eat; we dipped ours in hot chocolate! It was delicious!

Next we made maconochie stew. Everyone cut and peeled different vegetables to put in to the stew. We took turns to cook our meat and vegetables then let it simmer for a while. After a few hours in the oven, it tasted great. We had a lot of fun making it.

Ellie, Imogen, Yasmin, Georgia, Willow and Lily.

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Remembrance Day

We made poppies out of clay and were inspired by trinket bowls, we also painted them and they all looked incredible. It was very hard as we could only do it in a certain time before they dried and also most cracked but we managed to all make them. It was hard but lots of fun!

The whole class wrote remembrance poems and we walked down to our local war memorial and read them out before we had our two minutes silence.

By Harry

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Cricket

We have loved working on our cricket skills with Mr Palmer this half term. We’ve practiced batting, fielding and bowling and think we might be ready for the Ashes soon!

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Boccia and Archery

We loved having the coaches in from HWSSP to teach us a little bit about boccia (a Paralympic sport) and give us an archery taster. We learnt a lot from the sessions and all of our score were improving as we practiced the different techniques.

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Creation

We have been looking at the Christian creation story in RE. We have created our own creation images based on what Genesis 1:1 tells us about God’s creation of the world.

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