In English this week, Year 6 have been editing and completing their WW2 persuasive speeches. Some have delivered theirs to the rest of the class and it’s safe to say that we have some future world leaders in our midst!
In RE, the children looked at metaphors for God in the Old Testament and even wrote their own, and in Science, we learnt about the components of blood and their roles. The children then modelled this using red lentils for red blood cells, split peas for white blood cells, quinoa for platelets and oil for plasma.
The Liturgy Leaders went to the Church on Tuesday to pray the Rosary with the parish. Next Tuesday, the group will be leading the session themselves. They have already been doing a fantastic job at leading the Rosary every lunchtime for the rest of the school, so this will be a wonderful opportunity for them to serve our parish community. The Laudato Si’ group will also be leading acts of worship in each class next week for One World Week.
Thank you to Mia who brought in some beautiful cyclamens to add to our class garden. We would still be very grateful for any more donations of winter bedding plants, however big or small!
Here is this week’s home learning:
· Metres and Kilometres
· Centimetres and Metres
· Mass Addition
|Reading||Completion of 5 passages on ReadTheory|
|Spelling||To be tested: 22/10/21
Enjoy the weekend.