Another busy week in Year 6

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Where did that week go?
This week, in English, we have been writing the start of our very own story and I have to stay that I have been very impressed with the children's writing. They have created vivid descriptions with great control.
In maths we have continued working on place value of vary large numbers with a focus on using powers of 10, the children have all worked well in pairs and groups which has been lovely to see.
Our afternoon sessions have been very full. In history we started piecing together what happened before the Anglo Saxon times and used sources to find facts and created artwork to help us embed this knowledge. In geography we started looking at Holy Island (a key location for the Anglo Saxons) using OS maps. Prior to this, we recapped out geography knowledge and delved into the history of the site which made us notice the connections that history and geography have. We enjoyed our RE and French lessons and played our instruments in music. As well as this we enjoyed a PE and swimming lesson, carried out our first achieve assembly and read with our buddies. I expect everyone is exhausted after all of this!
Well done all, what a super week.

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