Friendship and fun club is a lunchtime club on Monday for Year one children.It is run by Emily, Maddie and Isla from Year 6. Each week we choose a different, fun, mind activating activities(e.g. drawing, reading, puzzles...).
This week we read traditional tales to fit in with their English.
In Year 6 we have been researching the human heart. We found out that there are 4 chambers: the right atrium, the left atrium, the right ventricle and the left ventricle. When you breathe in oxygen, it travels to your lungs, then blue blood ( blood without oxygen) collects all the oxygen and turns to red blood ( blood with oxygen). This blood then travels toevery part of your body from the top of your hy and to the tip of your toes. Next it collects all the carbon dioxide and travels back up to your lungs and then you exhale. All this happens in a matter of seconds (every time your heart beats).
In Year 6 we have started our own Advent Calendar, but not with chocolate, but with random acts of kindness. Each day we take one down and see if we can carry it out during the day. Today was Day One - we had to try to make someone laugh. Now we have made our own random acts of kindness and hopefully achieve as many as possible.
In English Year 6 have been looking at a book called the Atlas of Oddities. We have created an atlas of another country that we had visited. Emily has been to Russia so she did it on Russia.Our targets have been to use subordinate and relative clauses, noun phrases, impersonal and formal tone and brackets, commas and dashes for clarification.
We really enjoyed this sequence and presented our final in the GOAL style.
In English, we have been looking at the Atlas of Oddities. It is a fun book with unusual facts about the world. We are writing our own informative texts about London. We have found out some very interesting facts such as the traffic today moves at the same speed as the horse-drawn carriages a century ago. We are all excited to share our invent, that will be about our own topic, with the Year 5's.
Year 6 have been busy working on artwork to show how they think their heaven looks like. We looked at City of Gold which included words from John Plass and CS Lewis. The poems were illustrated with abstract art. From these examples we created our own pieces. These are some particularly nice poems and paintings. They were very motivated and engaged in all of our work.
On the 6th of October, we went up to the field with our rainbow friends and their teddy bears. We ate sandwiches, biscuits and vegetables.Then read some stories, that our rainbow friends enjoyed. We found it very fun.
On the 3rd of October we started to make a scrapbook for an educational game that will be available on the Google Play store for a limited time.We began to take pictures of the educational games from the Google Play store and uploaded them to our presentations, explaining why we liked them.We are making an educational APP for a Year 3 child and are going to add to our scrapbooks over the next few weeks. We will keep you updated with our progress.
Today we converted different measurements and used the equality signs. This is our first blog as digital leaders and we aim to blog every week so please keep checking this page.
Disco ready. Don't we look mighty fine. Apologies to the 4 children who were still getting ready and missed the photo!