The children in Year 6 have been working collaboratively to produce some stunning art work. We chose different masterpieces such as Starry Night by Van Gogh and Portrait of Dora Maar by Pablo Picasso and divided each painting into four pieces. The children selected a different piece of the puzzle and used pastels to recreate their chosen part. Our aim was to produce work that could be combined to make the entire piece. We were very impressed with the results.
Children have learnt about the flow of electrons in an electrical current and created their own circuits.
Lots to Complain About in Year 6
On Friday, the children entered the classroom to discover there were no longer chairs available to sit on. Instead, a letter of complaint had been delivered and left on the tables. The letter had been sent by the chairs – complaining about how they are sometimes used inappropriately by the children who rock backwards on them or forget to tuck them beneath the tables and sometimes by the teachers who stand on them to reach the shelves! The chairs were not impressed! The children are now writing their own formal letters of complaint, in character as other items of school equipment – particularly ruler who does not wish to be used as a sword or catapult!