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100wc Week #11 Prompt

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This weeks prompt is a mysterious picture.

Things to think about:

Who is it?
What are they doing there?
Should you be afraid?
What is the climax of your story?

Cant wait to see your blogs this week!  Please see Mrs Addleton if you want to enter the 100 word challenge but don’t have a school blog login.

 

Reflection – Wildground’s Fifth Learning Value

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Children across the federation took part in activities to introduce the fifth learning value of Reflection.  Year 6 spent time re-drafting a picture using positive observations and suggestions from their peers to improve it.

Year 6: Russian Day

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Year 6 celebrated the end of their topic about Russia by taking part in Russian Day.  Dressing up in Russian themed clothes, the children took part in various activities including Russian dancing, art, making Russian dolls, cooking and tasting of traditional Russian dishes.  Parents joining Gazelle and Fossa classes were treated to the childrens’  informative power point presentations about significant physical features in Russia and some of their imaginative folk tales.

   

Year 6: Salt Dough Leaves

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Year 6 made leaves out of salt dough using observation and fine motor skills to create detailed pieces of art.

Year 6 Bread Making for Harvest Festival

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Year 6 made bread to celebrate harvest festival.

Year 6 Forensics: The Case of the Missing Balls

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The Case of the Missing Balls Science group 390 Science group 393 Science group 397 Science group 410 Science group 412 Science group 413 Science group 427 Science group 428 Science group 431 Science group 440

Spectacular Work Detectives

We used acid testing, chromatography and fingerprints to eliminate the suspects and discover that Mrs Lorrie was the culprit in the case of the missing balls!

Acid, Base or Neutral

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Year 6 tested liquids for acidity.  We examined what might happen if seawater continues increasing in acidity and why it is important that we have calcium in our diet.