P6A have been exhibiting their amazing Titanic homework. We saw models, menus, wordsearches, leaflets, fashion designs and much more. Well done to everyone who brought their work in!
P6A have been learning about shape and have put their skills to the test today. Their challenge was to build an icosahedron (20 sided shape!) out of equilateral triangles. It was tricky, but good teamwork and careful sticking meant that we ended up with some amazing shapes that will look great on a Christmas tree.
P6a have been busy practising their skills in writing instructions. To make sure that they can write a clear set of instructions, they created games for their buddies to play that would help them with their maths skills (adding, sunbtraction and patterns). We made our games up and took them down to P1a to play them with our buddies – they were a hit! Well done P6a!
P6A were reading Wonder last term and with Connor they wrote some lyrics for a song about the book. They worked in groups then collaborated on a final version. Then they recorded it and decided to film a video to go with it. After a lot of ideas and editing, we came up with this!