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Welcome!

 

Hello everyone and welcome to our class page, it is here where I will post some of the brilliant work and achievements from the children in our class. 

Beneath our feet!

As part of our science topic this term, the children have been learning about what is beneath their feet. The children researched how the earth is made up of different layers of rock. The children then made made their own igneous and sedimentary rock using chocolate and were able to explain how different rocks have naturally been formed. 

As part of our PE topic this year, the children have been learning and developing attack and defence skills through a range of invasion games. 

Gluten Tag!

This term the children have been learning how to meet and greet in German. The children have been developing their conversation skills building up to asking their friend how they are and stating how they feel.

Inspired by Van Gogh

During Art this term, the children have been looking at the work of Vincent Van Gogh. They have researched his life and his work and created fact file pages, analysed and critiqued his work looking at the style and technique. The children developed their own basic skills, building up to creating a piece of work in the style of Vincent Van Gogh. As part of our Liverpool Landmarks topic, the children designed a ‘Starry Night’ backdrop and selected their own Liverpool Landmark to collage in the style of Van Gogh. 

How cool is Liverpool?

The term the children have been locating Liverpool landmarks using grid references and maps. The children have researched iconic landmarks and created a tourist guide for our friends in Germany for when they visit our city. 

For Black History Month, the children researched the lives of Katherine Johnson and Mae Jemison  the children looked specifically at the struggles and barriers these two incredible women faced as they strived to live their dreams. The children learnt about the impact of the Civil Rights Movement in the 19”50s and 60s. Using their research, the children were then taught the skills of chronology. They ordered events in chronological order, ordered specific dates, looked specifically at decades and centuries and created group timelines ordering significant historical events. The children then created their own timelines, layering up their research facts chronologically. At the end of the unit, the children reflected on the lives of Katherine Johnson and Mae Jemison and made comparisons of the achievements between the two women. 

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