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5/6 Mc

Willkommen auf unserer Klassenseite (welcome to our class page)


We're really excited to see everyone back at the start of our new school year. Here you can see all of the great work the children in 5/6Mc will do over the year😊


Can you make a difference?

Our literacy topic this term looks at ways that anyone and everyone can make a difference to other's lives. We learned about Paula Young, a young civil rights campaigner in 1960's USA. Have a look at a few of the fabulous biographies the children wrote about her, inspired by the writing and artwork of Marcie Williams. 

Can you feel alone in a crowded place?

In this topic, we discuss the idea of loneliness and how people can sometimes feel out of place and different. Inspired by Shaun Tan's Eric, we've looked at using subordination and 2A descriptive sentences to improve our work. 


We believe maths should always be engaging and relevant. The following website offers age appropriate games and interactive learning resources that can help.


JMW Turner

In our Autumn term, we've studied the revered English artist JMW Turner (ask your child what the initials stand forπŸ‘). We looked at the style and technique of his art work and how he expresses mood through vibrant colours and textured strokes. We then created art works inspired by the contrasting moods of serenity and disruption that nature can display.


Our Science work this term focuses on electricity and light.

We learned about the aspects of electrical circuits and how electric current is created and travels around a circuit. In partners, the children were given equipment and challenge cards to make alter their circuits by making the bulbs brighter or increasing the number of components. 


Black History Project - Significant People, Significant changes

This is some of the fantastic work we've done in history this term, focusing on the lives of two significant civil rights activists in the 1960s - Martin Luther King and Jocelyn Barrow