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Class 6 Miss Alsop

Welcome to Class 6

Class Teacher- Miss Alsop,

Teaching Assistant- Mrs Collier

Teaching Assistant- Miss Cooling

Class 6 PE day is Monday.

Children can come to school in their PE kit on Mondays. PE kit is a white t-shirt, black jogging bottoms and a pair of trainers. Children will also need their school jumper.

Our topic this term is:

What makes space special?

This term we are going to explore what makes space 'special' and learn about significant events and individuals of the past and how they have impacted our lives today. 
Why not click on the links below to find out more about this term's topic. 

Parental information about this term's topic:

Our topic in the third term was:

How do I live here?

This term we are going to explore the hot and cold places across the globe and learn about the different climate zones as well learn all about the amazing animals that live in those places and how they adapt in order to survive there!
Why not click on the links below to find out more about the hot and cold places across the world that we will be studying this term.

(Lockdown number 2 won’t stop us from learning!) 

 

We are currently using ‘Tapestry Learning Journal’ for the home schooling of our Year 1 Children. Parents’ and children’ are engaging incredibly well and we are super proud of them. 

Take a look at some of our art work from our Year 1 children who are in school and from our children that are at home doing home learning:

This term in Literacy we have been retelling the story of Handa's surprise using descriptive language. We then used the structure of Handa's surprise as a basis for writing our own story.

Take a look at some of amazing Literacy work:

Parental information about this term's topic:

Our topic in the second term was:

How Incredible is India?

As part of this term's topic, we have been looking at the different celebrations and festivals celebrated across India. In India, rangoli patterns are created to welcome people into their homes and they are thought to bring good luck. As part of our art work this term, we have looked at how many rangoli designs are symmetrical and often include different shapes and bright colours.

 

Take a look at some of our very own rangoli patterns we have created.

 


In art this week we have been looking at repeating patterns and have applied our skills learnt to create our own Mehndi patterns using repeating patterns.

Take a look at some of our art work!

Parental information about this term's topic

We would love for you to research India at home too and share the information you have learnt back at school!

 

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