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We have loved learning and writing like the suffragettes. This week in writing, we were writing a balanced argument so we split into two sides and we performed a debate between suffragettes and suffragists. This activity allowed a depth of understanding of he two groups but also how they were two sides of the same team. Class 14 thoroughly enjoyed collating their argument points and then putting them into action!

In Geography this week, Class 14 have been researching types of renewable energy. They each, within their groups, created and presented advantages and disadvantages of hydro, wind and solar energy as well as understanding how fossil fuels are used. A fantastic lesson!

The road safety team visited Year 6 this week and we learned all about how to stay safe around HGVs. We sat in the driving seat and spoke about strategies to keep safe when walking near a road

Building Anderson Shelters! We've had a WW2 workshop this week where the children have built on their knowledge of the war and created their own shelters whilst understanding their purpose, reasons why they were designed and built in a certain way as well as how much they could cost! A fantastic session enjoyed by all.

It has been Class Assembly week for Class 14! Every single person represented and spoke for their class with pride and confidence on Wednesday morning and we are so proud of the work we have done so far this year. The children loved sharing their subjects and the themes that run through them with everyone who attended; so thank you all again!

Year 6 have taken part in a dissection lesson this week, using a lambs heart. They have explored features of the heart, how the circulatory system works as well as learning about how are veins, arteries and capillaries work.

Our Class 14 musicians have composed and performed their clapping music today. They have used rhythmic elements to create a piece of music, they have rehearsed it and then performed their creations using clapping and body percussion. A fun and fantastic way to end our topic this half-term.

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In science this week, we have researched ow electricity production and uses have changed over time. We worked in groups with books and laptops to research a given area before presenting our findings to the class. Everyone produced fantastic slideshows!

PGL week! Everyone tried their best, pushed themselves and cheered their peers on in support through the activities we completed. Well done to all of Year 6 for a brilliant experience!

This week we have been learning about rhythm. Using our hands and voices to create music, we have composed our own beats which we have performed to the class.

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This week Class 14 have created and tested circuits in science! We explored different in and output devices and the components needed to make a safe and complete circuit.