On Monday 6th November, year 6 went to the Imperial War Museum in Duxford. The children visited the different hangars learning about different aspects of World War Two. They explored the different planes that were used in the Second World War and the reality of life on the home front. It was great to see the children asking lots of questions and being able to see some of the artefacts and models of the things they have come across in their History and English lessons.
Year 6 have been working really hard this term and Mrs Murphy and Mrs Thorne are really pleased with the progress everyone is making.
In English we have been building up our writing skills, in preparation for writing a mixed genre narrative with a flashback. While in maths, we have recently been focussing on geometry, including finding the area of triangles and using the diameter of a circle to work out the circumference.
We are looking forward to our upcoming trip to Osmington Bay. In class we have looked at the interactive website to get an idea of the activities available and of course our rooms! The children will be sharing their experiences in our parent presentation on Thursday 22nd March 9-9.30am.