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Year 6

RE and PE: working well as part of a team

Reading Aloud: Tom's Midnight Garden

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Reading aloud: Tom's Midnight Garden

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Reading aloud: Tom's Midnight Garden

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Guided Reading: Tom's Midnight Garden

Science: fun with filters

Talk homework: if I were an animal...

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Talk homework: if I were an animal...

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Talk homework: if I were an animal...

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Talk homework: if I were an animal...

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Talk homework: if I were an animal...

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Talk homework: if I were an animal...

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If I were an animal for a day, I would be a...

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Roman numerals in Maths

Colour wheel in action

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The colour wheel appears white as it spins. The colour wheel merges the colours together to make white light, the opposite of what a prism does, which refracted white light to show the separate colours.

Singing during the Class Worship

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Bible reading

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Prayers

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Pass the water challenge - working as a team to co-operate

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Puzzling illusions in Science...

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Refraction creates illusions. When the refracted rays are bent at different angles by adding the water, it means they can be blocked. Since the rays of light cannot get through, they cannot reach our eyes and we cannot see
the image. It seems to have disappeared!

Refraction in Science

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When the refracted rays are bent at different angles by adding the water, it means they can be blocked. Since the rays of light cannot get through, they cannot reach our eyes and we cannot see
the image. It seems to have disappeared!

Metaphors in Literacy

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Personification in Literacy

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Maths (algebra investigation), Science (investigating refraction)

Year 6 really enjoying their Maths investigation about decimals

Science lesson exploring light and how we see objects

Year 6 working hard. Our Literacy, Maths, Music and Geography learning this week

Art - self portraits

First week back - getting to know you...

Yr6 Welcome letter

Year 6 Class Golden Rules 2017 - 2018

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