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Edme (Years 5 and 6)

Welcome to Edme Class Page!  

Art: Portraits of the Queen in Chalk Pastel

Art: Sweet Wrapper Collage Drawing

Maths: Sudoku with Natural Tokens and a Scavenger Hunt for Shapes and Angles

Science: Planting in our Class Raised Bed

DT: Designing and Making a Healthier Version of Spaghetti Bolognaise

PSHE: How to Respond in an Emergency - The Recovery Position

World Book Day

World Book Day: Reading with KS1

World Book Day: Book in a Box

Art: Portraits in Charcoal in the style of Kathe Kollwitz

Art: Using Lines and Geometric Shapes to Create a Cubist Style Portrait

Science: Making a Living Model of the Human Heart

English: Freeze Frames to Support Multi-Clause Sentence Writing

Art; Exploring Cubism

PSHE: 'Connect Me' Games Reviewing Types of Bullying

PSHE: Giving Advice to Victims and Perpetrators

Science: Making Models of the Human Heart to Explore How it Works

Science: 3D Modelling of How Light Enables us to See Things

Science: Investigating How Light Travels and Behaves

Science: Shadow Puppet Shows

Science - Exploring the Properties of Materials

Skellig - Non-Chronological Reports about Barn Owls

Exploring Bridge Shapes

Norfolk Lakes Residential Trip

This week Edme Class have enjoyed rising to the challenge of participating in a range of outdoor adventurous activities, including some unfamiliar water sports.  During our three day trip, the children demonstrated courage and resilience, particularly in the driving rain and cold of Tuesday's water-based day.  Many of the children had not had the chance to go kayaking, canoeing or giant stand up paddle boarding before and some of them were nervous and unsure if they would be able to do it.  Nevertheless, with each other's encouragement, support and coaxing, everyone took part.  It was such a joy to hear and see the children work together.  The sense of camaraderie in the group made us very proud.  The children are a credit to themselves and their families and they should be extremely proud of what they have achieved.    

 

Canoeing, Kayaking and Giant Stand Up Paddle Boarding

Using Body Percussion to Create the Sound of a Wave

Art: Using Marks to Create an Extreme Close Up Portrait Drawing

English: Dissecting Owl Pellets in Connection with Skellig by David Almond

Portraits in the Style of Vincent Van Gogh: Making Marks and Hatching with Graded Pencils

English: Using Role Play to Develop Ideas for a Playscript

English/Art/Collaborative Learning: The Tin Forest

Making and Manipulating Circuits

Music: Creating Texture Using Voices and Bodies

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