Today we celebrated International Day at Robin Hood Academy.
This morning we celebrated the diversity of our class 6LU and learned about each other’s cultures. We are proud to have such a variety of cultures, religions and heritages in our class and enjoyed learning from each other!
We came to school wearing either traditional dress or clothes which represented the colours of our countries’ flags.
This afternoon we researched all about Japan and found out lots about its food, art, music, history, language, currency etc – watch this space to find out more interesting Japanese facts.
Below are our 2 new members of School Council – Farah and Sukpal. Well done girls!
We have also just elected our Eco Council Warrior! Well done Megan!
In RE we are finding out about the rules of different Faiths. This week we are looking at Buddhism.
Comment below to share anything you have learned about this fascinating Faith.
Try to include a range of punctuation and a subordinate clause in your paragraph.
You need to know the names and properties of all 2D and 3D shapes for your SATs test and to prepare you for secondary school.
Use the links aboveto revise 2D and 3D shapes ready for your maths lessons next week.
Use the videos below to remind you of the different passes used in Netball.
Read the pointers below the videos for extra tips.
Find out as much as you can about wartime songs.
Why were they important? How did they help people?
Who were some famous singers during the 1940s? What facts can you find out about them?
Comment below to show me what you’re learned 🙂
We have been learning how to write similes and metaphors in Literacy.
Use the Poetry Machine to write another WW2 poem and show off your simile/metaphor skill.
In Mrs Underwood’s Literacy set today we learned how to write subordinate clauses and Outside. (Inside.) sentence.
Comment below to show an example of each.
Use the posters we made in class to help you if you’re stuck.
When we do a mental maths test, what rules and advice should we follow to help us achieve our best?
We were very sad to say goodbye to our parents this morning. We are now on the train and have begun our journey to go and live with an unknown family in the country side.
Our walk to the station was hard and our suitcases were heavy. We have our teddies to keep us company though…