Year 6


Non-Violent Movements
In R.E, we have been learning about non-violent protest movements as a way to appreciate the impact these movements have on tackling significant issues. We focussed on key figures such as Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr, Nelson Mandela etc. 
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How Extreme is Our Earth?
Year 6 have made a fantastic start to their new project, exploring the four layers of Earth. For our WOW day, we created models which demonstrated the cross section of the Earth and used this to understand the differences in the four layers: the crust, mantle, outer core and inner core. 
Take a look at our models! 
WWII Portals to the Past
Year 6 had a great start to their new project on WW2. Exploring a variety of artefacts and sources from the past, they had a brilliant time exploring the WW2 era and asking questions to further their knowledge based on the sources.
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Childline Message

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