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# Spring 2

English- Wonderscape

Maths - Algebra & Statistics

Science - Evolution & Inheritance

History- Ancient Greeks

Physical Education - Tennis

French - Weekends with our friends

Music -  Music through the ages

Values / attitudes - Responsibility & Problem Solver

I am SO happy that we are back together in school and want to say a HUGE thank you

to 6B for all of their hard work over the home learning period.

I was so impressed with the  effort of everyone and I feel very proud to be their class teacher.

Monday 22nd March - Friday 26th March

Another fantastic week in 6B!

We have been analyising pie charts in maths, continuing our journey into Wonderscape in English and have contributed to the VPJS time capsule after learning all about the Census. We wonder what children at VPJS in 10 years time will think of our time capsule!

In R.E, we have been exploring Christian Art. We made our own stained glass desgins inspired by The Easter Story. Have a look at some of our creations below.

Easter Egh Hunt!

We took part in an Easter Egg hunt around the school grounds.

The teams had to follow the clues carefully to collect all of their eggs.

Only 1 of the 3 teams in 6B completed the challenge

Well done Girls!

Monday 15th March - Friday 19th March

Over the last two weeks, we have been working on independent science projects.

The task was to share our learning about Evolution and Inheritance in a creative way.

We then had to present our learning to the class.

We had a wide range of presentations with posters, props, poems and lots of 'fun facts'.

## Red Nose Day Babybel Challenge

Monday 8th March - Friday 12th March

What a fantastic week back! It is lovely to be back together as team 6B!

We have enjoyed reading Wonderscape this week.

We have created artwork inspired by the the book cover and we have created user guides for any new 'Wanderers' that will enter the Wonderscape game.

In maths we have been collecting, presenting and analysing data. We have answered the questions- Is black the most popular car colour and What is the most common height of children in 6B? Have a look at the photos below of us tallying car colours passing school and measuring our class mates heights.
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