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In preparation for writing a newspaper article, we wrote and performed a news bulletin.

Today we predicted a storyline from Kensuke's Kingdom and acted it out.

We ceated Haikus (a Japanese form of poetry) about our nature area and The Great Wave.

Barn Owls recreated 'The Great Wave of Kanagawa'.

Barn Owls recreated 'The Great Wave of Kanagawa'. 1
Barn Owls recreated 'The Great Wave of Kanagawa'. 2
Barn Owls recreated 'The Great Wave of Kanagawa'. 3
Barn Owls recreated 'The Great Wave of Kanagawa'. 4

We analysed the famous print of The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Hokusai.

Harvest song

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As part of our Japan topic, we learnt about the Japanese artist, Hokusai. We created factfiles on Word about him.

Our scientist of the day.

Our scientist of the day. 1

Look at what happened to our salt water!

Look at what happened to our salt water! 1

As part of Roald Dahl Day, we made our own marvellous medicines to help us understand reversible and irreversible reactions.

Our scientist of the day.

Our scientist of the day. 1

We started off our topic on the properties of materials by investigating how to free the Zurgians from the ice hands as quickly as possible.

BARN OWLS KNOWLEDGE ORGANISER - JAPAN

BARN OWLS TERMLY PLAN - JAPAN

 

PE DAY - WEDNESDAY

HOMEWORK - Handed out FRIDAY.  Hand in by WEDNESDAY

TIMETABLES TEST - WEDNESDAY (based upon the homework for that week)

SPELLING TEST - FRIDAY ( based upon the homework given on the previous Friday. An extra sheet will be given to the children on Wednesday so they can keep prcaticing even though their homework has been handed in)

READING - Every night and books to be signed.  Our reading guidelines are that Year 5 read 10 pages a night and Year 6 read 15-20.

 

 

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