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6RC

 

Welcome to our class webpage where you can find out about our amazing learning journey. You will find information about our activities, examples of our work and comments from us! Please visit often to see our learning journey develop. 

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Term 1

This term, we are excited to be learning about World War 1. We will be exploring how it all began and who was involved as well as ways that the war affected every day life. We already have so many questions which we can't wait to get answered!

 

Alongside our enquiry, we will be reading Michael Morpurgo's wartime novel 'Private Peaceful.'

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Pupil Voice Election

After listening to our speeches that explained why we thought we would make a good candidate for being a member of Pupil Voice, we all made a decision about who we thought would be the best boy and girl in 6RC to take on this role. The voting was secret and we popped our slips into the voting box to be collated.

 

Congratulations to Lewis and Leah!

Art-sketching
This term, our art focus has been sketching. We have learnt how to sketch properly by learning lots of different strokes that can help us build a picture. Linked to our enquiry, we have been sketching WW1 soldiers.
WOW
What a fun day! In order to immerse us into our WW1 enquiry, we spent part of the day with our expert Mr Evans where he taught us all about what uniform and rituals were required as soldiers during WW1. We then made a 'trench cake' which was surprisingly delicious! Sat in candlelight and with an air-raid siren playing, the day was finished off by all of us getting into role as children during the war and we wrote in role to our loved ones that might have been sent to off to fight.
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