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Home Learning Information
Hi Class 13!
I hope you are all well and staying safe!
I will update your learning, ready for next week, soon but in the mean time- look after yourselves and your families.
I hope you are all joining in with Joe Wicks and his keep fit work out that's on at 9.00am every day on You Tube!
Hoping to see you all again soon! Stay positive!
You will find more maths games and activities here!
Welcome to Class 13!
We are quickly approaching the Summer term!
However, we have lots of learning to do about the Battle of Britain first! This term and next, we will be reading Goodnight Mister Tom and finding out about what life was like during the second World War.
Mrs Gore and Mrs Holt
Today we have had an amazing day! It began with an adventure into the 'Dino Dome'-here we experienced life during the Jurassic era- dinosaurs roaming along side us. We handled fossils of dinosaurs from millions of years ago-fascinating!
We then hopped onto a coach to Rochdale where we experienced 'Dippy the Diplodocus' in all its glory! We sketched it, counted the bones, looked at how the skeleton was put together, discussed questions we had about this reptile and really enjoyed spending time marveling at the sheer scale of it!
Next, we visited the Touchstones museum to learn even more about dinosaurs. It has inspired some of us to want to become paleontologists when were older.
Today we had a very special visitor. A vicious Viking! He taught us all about Thor, the God of thunder and lightning. We were able to wear Viking helmets and dress in furs to protect us from the harsh winter in the Norse lands! We had great fun!
Year 6 Charter.
We have been working hard and thinking about what a Year 6 pupil at St Joseph's should be like. We want to be responsible and set a good example to everyone in school. To help us do this, we have developed a charter. We have looked at different areas of responsibility and written a set of expectations for each. We now promise to abide by and live up to these expectations- earning us our gold ties.