Week 3

Picture 1 Spotting missing apostrophes at the leisure centre
Picture 2 And another missing apostrophe!!
Picture 3 Shape dominoes - what comes next?
Picture 4 What features make our sequence continue?
Picture 5 Finding synonyms
Picture 6 Shades of meaning
Picture 7 Ordering from weakest to strongest feeling
Picture 8 Feeling miserable? Devastated? Dejected?
Picture 9 Roman music
Picture 10 Recreating the sounds of Ancient Rome
Picture 11 B4 orchestra
Picture 12 Roman dancing
Picture 13 A tour of Rome
Picture 14 Listening to our tour guide
Picture 15 Photographing monuments
Picture 16 Tourist group picture
Next week, we will be focusing on persuasive writing in English. We will be writing a speech to convince the politicians that they need to take the threat of Mount Vesuvius seriously. We will also be writing a vivid description of the eruption before planning on how to write our very own story set in Pompeii at that time. In Maths next week, we will continue our work on quadrilaterals before exploring lines of symmetry and perimeter of shapes. We are learning a lot about the Romans and will be delving even deeper into that time of history in the course of next week.
Welcome back to all our returning Year 6 children, we're looking forward to seeing you!