In Science lessons this week, we have been learning about blood and describing the different parts that make up blood. Today we recreated blood samples using:
Water and yellow food colour = plasma
Cheerios and red food colour = red blood cells
Mini marshmallows = white blood cells
Purple cotton buds = platelets
Next week, our World Book Day activities will be based around author and expeditionist, Matthew Dickinson. As many of his books and stories are based on his climb of Mount Everest, we had a go a creating our own pieces of art inspired by the mountain. (Left to right, top to bottom: Sofia, Libby, Kianna, Maggie, Seb, Lucas)
Year 6 have been doing excellent coding work this half term on Scratch!
Follow the links below to look through/play their super work
Monday 8th February seen the children learning remotely take some time out to do some screen-free activities. It seems we and influx of chefs and bakers on Year 6. Cyprien made a tiramisu, Seb make guacamole and Sofia baked a cake.
Check out how we've been putting the 'Word of the Day' into interesting sentences on the link below:
Making Christmas Decorations and using our Maths!
We have been looking at the different parts of a circle: Circumference, Radius and Diameter. We each made snowmen with 3 different sized circles and using compasses and our Maths skills to work out the diameter, radius and circumference for each circle
DT Week - Food Technology
This week has seen Year 6 learning about 'on the go' food products and what makes a successful on the go food product. Before we design and make our own, we had to do some food tasting. The chicken tikka pasties went down a storm!
Year 5/6 Spelling Words
Art lessons this week have seen us exploring colours using chalk to create a 'Northern Lights' Masterpiece
And then there was light....
Science lessons this term have been focused around our topic 'Electricity' and our first lesson saw us recapping and exploring circuits and their key components.
Shakespeare - The Tempest
In English we have been reading Shakespeare's classic play: The Tempest.
Today, we wrote our own scene in role as Prospero and Miranda and acted it out.
Exploring common factors, multiples and prime numbers
Caring For the Planet
Some wonderful examples of art projects linked to our Topic: Caring for the Planet
Art inspired by Jon Daniel's 'Afro Supa Heroes'
Two wonderful examples of Florence Eshalomi by Rosa Walsh and Libby Davies.
Well done to Maggie and Kassius on being voted as Year 6's Class Representatives for the School Council. We can't wait to see them in action.
Black History Month has seen us learning about black trail blazers and how innovative people have impacted our lives and changed the world for the better. We have been learning about local Lambeth MP: Florence Eshalomi. Today we began artwork of Florence inspired by the late Jon Daniel's 'Afro Supa Hero' posters. Watch this space for final pieces
It was great to see democracy in action last week as children took to the ballot to vote in the Student Council elections. Amazing effort and speeches from everyone who put themselves up. Councillors will be announced this week.