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Performing our rounds

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In pairs or threes we wrote a short round, rehearsed it and then performed it to the class.


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Music - composing our own rounds using our new glockenspiels

Open Afternoon

For their open afternoon, Year 6 read out some of their World War I poems, re-enacted the Christmas Day truce and performed their German and English version of Silent Night. It was a fantastic opportunity to show off all of their fantastic work this term. Thank you to all parents and families who attended.

WWI Cross stitch

Year 6 designed and created a World War I themed cross stitch pattern. It took them a long time to perfect them but the results were fantastic!

Drama on the Gas Attacks in World War 1

Black History Month

In honour of Black History Month and as part of their topic of World War One, Year 6 have been learning about the life of Walter Tull. During English lessons, they wrote a biography about him having researched his childhood, football career and time at war. They have also read sections of Morpurgo's 'Medal For Leroy' which is largely based on Tull's life. Finally, they have sketched a portrait of him, using different sketching techniques.