Learning Journey - Geography
Having worked hard as Scientists over the last few weeks, this week our lenses have changed over to those of Geologists, looking at our Mission to Mars through geographical eyes. With this in mind, our learning this week has been looking at the landscape of Mars. We have been researching the major features of it, such as Olympus Mons, the largest volcano in our solar system. We have also conducted two geographical investigations looking at how the landscape on Mars has been formed; one looking at the effect of ice and the other at water and rocks. We have been working hard on our skill of collecting and recording evidence to answer geographical questions and have been building our knowledge on the similarities and differences between localities, comparing the landscape of Mars to that here on Earth.
Year 6 have begun to learn all about film reviewing this week. They have been looking at examples of reviews and being critical over the features and content of them. They have then begun to write their own reviews based initially on a short cartoon, 'Tom and Jerry: Mouse in Space.' We need to give opinions on the piece whilst backing this up with reasons too.
In Year 5 we have just started our new book, Grandpa Chatterji. We are really enjoying it so far and are excited about all of the different learning opportunities and experiences that we are going to have based around this internationally minded story. We look forward to sharing these with you over the next few weeks!
In Year 5 we have been learning all about addition and subtraction of 2, 3 and 4 digit numbers. We have also been learning how to add and subtract using decimals and have been showing great resilience when learning this week. Well done Year 5 learners!
Milepost 3 STARS this week!
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6S Class Assembly
Milepost 2 and 3 Family Event
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