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Week commencing 09.05.22. As part of our geography topic, we walked around the local area to look at the topographical features and the different types of houses.

Year 6 enjoyed sharing their lunchtime with their Reception buddies.

This week, we explored how the Mayan's lived using the VR goggles. We were transported to Mexico to explore the ruins of Chichen Itza.

12.1.2022 - This week in science, Class 13 investigated how the human heart functions by dissecting a sheep heart. This helped us gain an understanding of the circulatory system as part of our Healthy Bodies topic.

To complement our WWII history lessons and linking to Remembrance Day, on Friday 12th November we walked down to Heywood Memorial Gardens, to look at the war memorial. After, we visited the library where we took part in a local history session about WWII

Class 13 performed their poem 'For Word' by Benjamin Zaphaniah for National Poetry Day 2021. We really enjoyed learning this poem and performing it in front of the whole school.

Week commencing 27.09.21. In RE this week, we learned that Christian art teaches themes from The Bible. We explored four famous pieces of Christian art and then created our own

In PSHCE, Class 13 discussed how cultural norms are different in different places and what we can do to respect that.

In Science this week, Year 6 have been exploring electrical circuits and investigating how altering components can effect the circuit's output.

This half term in geography, Year 6 will be exploring where products are manufactured and how they are transported to us. We will use map skills and research based tasks to develop our understanding of the world.

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