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We thoroughly enjoyed STEM week in school. Look at some of the things we got up to...

We looked at tension techniques and tried to use these in our own writing.

Look at some of the vocabulary we have clarified.

Can you spot example of figurative language in our writing?

We used ‘Talk for Writing’ to plan our work. Using our pictures, we rehearsed each sentence before writing.

We summarised the description given in the text and drew a picture of the setting.

We practised identifying examples of figurative language and explored their meaning and effect on the reader.

In science we have been looking at fossils and how they are made. We made our own fossils using plaster of paris and shells.

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We have been using different tools like counters and place value charts, to help us prove our methods and help us further understand why we use these.

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We have been studying the Mayan civilisation and finding out the different ways in which these civilisations have impacted how we live today.

In year 6 we have been trying new strategies and games to help us learn our spellings more effectively.

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During Local History Week, our Year 6 cohort carried out their own research and used a range of sources to formulate questions and have provided reasons as to how Hartlepool has developed due to the shipbuilding industry. They have formed some excellent comparisons between the past and modern day. What do you think?

The photographs we looked at

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If you require any additional information regarding our curriculum, please do not hesitate to contact your child's class teacher or a member of the Leadership Team.
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