Science - Autumn A
In science, we have been looking at Living Things and Their Habitats. We have been looking and researching how we classify animals and why we do so. We have researched Aristotle and the five kingdoms he split into and what each one means.
We have also looked at vertebrates and invertebrates, how we tell the difference, why it is important and also what this means for groups of animals such as: mammals, fish, birds, amphibians and reptiles.
R.E - Autumn A
In R.E this term, we have been looking at journeys. We have looked at our own life journeys so far and how we have come to be at the places we are in our own lives.
We have also started to look at the journeys some key religious figures went on to become the people we know about today.
In Collective Worship, we love singing Great Big God, Our God's Not Dead and Indescribable.
Topic - Autumn A
We have begun looking at 'The Victorians' in our topic this term. This links closely with our text in English - Jekyll and Hyde.
We are going to explore what life would have been like for people then, who our monarch was and what influence she had on England at the time, school life and what it meant for children who had to go to the work house.
We are really looking forward to having a Victorian Day in school at the end of this topic to share in and immerse ourselves in all we will have learnt.
Our Class Value
Our class value in Year Six is: Hope.
We have been talking about what it means to hope for something and we have written down our own hopes, dreams and ambitions for the future.