Some year 6 children learnt to make an origami box today. In the spirit of sharing, here are some videos to help you do the same. Let us know if the videos inspired you to make your own.
In Year 6 we have been writing story openings to create suspense for the reader. Do you think Ibrahim has done a good job? Let us know!
In year 6, as part of our learning about the Vikings, we discovered information about one of the first Viking raids at Lindisfarne Abbey on Holy Island, Northumbria in January 793 AD. Some of us have written, filmed and edited a television news report about the event. Here is an example by Afrah, Falak and Fatima. And yes . . . we know the Saxons didn’t have televisions or electricity!
In the last week of April, year 4 children travelled back in time to the 1830s at Quarry Bank Mill. They experienced what life was like for the young apprentices who lived there and worked at the cotton mill in the 19th century.
Here some of the children use their ICT and writing skills to imagine what it would have been like to be an apprentice.
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Year 6 have been busy using Tynker on an iPad to program repeating polygon patterns. In the last lesson they evaluated the project using Adobe Voice. Here are two examples to watch. Let us know what you think.
Year 3 have been using the well-known story ‘Into The Forest’ by Anthony Browne as the basis for their learning in literacy. Here, they re-tell the story at the end of their learning, using Adobe Voice on an ipad.