Well done to everyone, you have worked so hard this year and we have had many, many giggles along the way. You are all super stars and every single one of you could have won the award this morning. You have made my year wonderful and I will miss you all very much! Please come and visit!
Miss Adams x
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As you know, you all have rights! The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, or UNCRC, is the basis of all of Unicef’s work. It is the most complete statement of children’s rights ever produced and is the most widely-ratified international human rights treaty in history.
As a part of our No Outsiders lessons, we will be looking at a story that links to the rights of the child. Click on the link to learn more about the rights of the child, see if you can test yourself to learn as many as possible before the lesson!
Here is a link to the songs from our play. Please learn the lyrics over half term, you are expected to know these when we get back to school!
Click here for the songs!
A panto like no other lyrics
I still believe lyrics
In the market place lyrics
I’ve had enough lyrics
Just three wishes lyrics
Some things go together perfectly lyrics
Wedding procession lyricsThe Chase lyrics
Wishy washy laundry lyrics
Have a lovely week off school, when you come back we only have one half term left! Well done for working so hard for your Sats, you should feel very proud.
Revise for your Mandarin test by clicking on these links! ^
We are kicking off arts week with a morning of exploration of this wonderful Joseph Wright Painting, ‘Experiment on a bird in the air pump’. Can you think of any themes that link to this picture? 6EA have some fabulous ideas!
Click on this link to learn more about the picture… click here
Phrase or clause?
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Phrase or Clause
Click here to revise!
Above is a link for you to use to revise your spelling rules ready for May! Remember, you are tested on the whole of ks2, not just year 5/6!
Revise a list of 10 spellings by writing the words out multiple times.
Cover the words and write them out (test yourself!)
Now check- are they correct?
Keep up the hard work! 🙂
I hope that you are all having a lovely break from school, playing with your friends, having days out with your families and doing a bit of revision!
Here is a link for some maths revision, make it fun by using some coloured pens/ pencils, challenge yourself to answer questions with a timer and beat your own score and carefully check the answers to make sure you’re accurate!
Maths revision website! Click here!