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Camel Habitat Model Here is a model ‘Habitat’ paragraph for writing your piece on camels. The paragraph has been broken in to three sections:   Where camels live What the climate is like What else lives there You should use this structure to help you write your own ‘Habitat’ paragraph about camels. Habitat   The […]

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How to do a Reading Paper (Parent & Child Activity)

Walk your child through a reading paper with this resource.  Using the teacher script, you can discuss with your child the strategies to solve each and every reading question. It is a great way to collaboratively work together and to support your child’s confidence in reading comprehension.   Reading WTM Paper A Teacher script Year […]

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Year 6 Art: Creating Daedalus’s wings

In Year 6, we have been creating wings using bamboo sticks and paper feathers. We used charcoal and chalk to draw our feathers and experimented with different types of marks to make patterns and texture. These art unit links in with our English writing, where we are writing diary entries as the inventor of the […]

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Year 6 – The Rugby All Blacks Haka

After following the Rugby World Cup, and being inspired by the success of the England squad this year, Year 6 created dances based on the All Blacks Haka. We watched a clip of The All Blacks (New Zealand team) performing the Haka to the England squad before their game began. We identified some of the […]

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Year 6 at Junior Citizens Lewisham

The children had a great day at Lewisham’s Junior Citizens event. They engaged in interactive workshops with the Police, The London Fire Brigade, TFL, Well-Being support teams and Anti-Drug campaigns. Over the course of the morning, Year 6 learned some important lessons on how to keep safe whilst travelling to secondary school; how to use […]

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Year 6 visit to the Victoria and Albert Museum

Before half term, Year 6 visited the V&A Museum to see the Food: Bigger than the Plate exhibition. We also spent time in the galleries sketching the sculptures. The interactive exhibition had five sections: composting, farming, trading, cooking and eating. We will be responding to this exhibition in their art lessons this half term.  

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