In our last History lesson on the Maya, we did lots of activities including writing our name in Maya hieroglyphs and sampling some Mayan hot chocolate and corn tortillas.
In science today we headed out to the muddy field to conduct an experiment to find out whether there are more fallen leaves closer to the tree or further away
Year 6 learnt all about the Ancient Maya game of Pok-a-tok before having a go at it ourselves. Luckily, nobody had to be sacrificed to the Gods!
The children have really enjoyed bikeability this week!
During Black History Month we have learnt about some key figures including Maya Angelou. We learnt about the difficulties she faced growing up and the way she used these challenges to inspire her work. We read her poem ‘A Caged Bird’ and created illustrations based on our favourite lines.
After planning and designing our dens, we went out to the Forest School to build them. We tested whether they could fit all 3 of us inside, whether it could withstand some wind and whether we would stay dry inside when it “rained”.
Today we enjoyed some apples and honey whilst learning about the Jewish celebration of Rosh Hashanah
Today we made up some games and scored points to practise our column addition and subtraction
Congratulations to our Autumn Term Head Boy and Head Girl
Our 'eggcellent' parachute investigations
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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