Year 6 -
We are Year 6 and we are the oldest in the School. Mr Rogers is our teacher. The work can be challenging but we work really hard to achieve our personal best. As we are the oldest, we have a lot of extra responsibilities such as helping to set up for assembly and we set a good example to the rest of the School. We love going on Year 6 camp!
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YE OLDE SHAKESPEARE
Year 6 have been treading the boards and following in the footsteps of William Shakespeare this term. We began by looking at the plot of Macbeth and creating some freeze frames of key points in the play. Over the coming weeks we will be reading a simplified version of Macbeth and taking on the roles of the various characters. We may even try our hand at saying some of the ye olde english, which his plays are famous for, and understanding what they mean.
Where in the world?
In preparation for our work on The Mayans, we have been developing our map skills. We began our topic by learning the different map symbols before moving onto giving 4-figure, 6-figure map references and compass directions to find locations. In this lesson we were using maps to compare changes in land use overtime. We compared a map of Weston-super-Mare in 1884 to one with 2019.