Eagles class have been discussing the importance of having rules in society in their RE lesson. They had a very informed discussion on what would happen if there were no rules and looked at how rules are of paramount importance within the religion of Sikhism.
Year 6 have been writing persuasive letters in English and, building on their PSHE lessons, have focussed on the environment. As part of their research they have investigated various ways in which our planet is under threat: plastic pollution, deforestation, air pollution, animal extinction and the volume of rubbish that we produce and don’t recycle. The children have worked hard to use their understanding and specific facts to write persuasive letters explaining that we must work harder to preserve our world.
Year 6 have consolidated their understanding of properties of 3D shapes using a range of different representations. They found representing shapes using string challenging but worked well in groups and persevered until they found a solution. Children also used the shapes to secure their understanding of nets and their ability to visualise shapes and nets has improved considerably.