Primary 6 had another super week together and it is not long to go before all will have a well-deserved break. I am very proud of how hard everyone has worked this term.
Our wonderful 'Oceans' project is coming to and end and the huge amount of effort by everyone is really appreciated. A lot of Digital Literacy and Art skills have been used to created these personal folders. The children will bring the work they have completed home to share with their parents. They have gained lots of new knowledge about the Oceans.
A great highlight this week was the "3-D shapes and their Properties" Webinar that the class took part in on Thursday as part of Numeracy. Hundreds of other schoolchildren all over the UK also joined in with this webinar. Everyone managed to create a "Jackson stack" using different sizes of cubes. A lot of good listening, problem solving and resilience was needed to complete this tricky task. Everyone was willing to help one another to complete their stacks and everyone's patience was well rewarded in the end. We also learned about faces, edges and vertices in 3D shapes. We will explore further 3D shapes in the coming week.
We have started to work on the TES "What Makes You Smile" Art Competition and everyone had very original ideas for their artwork. We hope to complete these works by the end of next week.
We continue to read from our class novel "Wonder" and we are all enjoying the story of Auggie Pullman. In the playground everyone enjoyed playing the fun PE game 'GA GA, GO' and not even the rain could dampen our enthusiasm.
It is getting colder and darker outside, Wrap up warm and enjoy your weekend everyone!