Today, we collaborated to make various 3D shapes with polydron. We then discussed the properties of the shapes including how many vertices, edges and faces each shape has. Our challenge today was to investigate how many different nets there are for a cube using polydron for trial and error before drawing them!
Mulberry class have created some wonderful rainforest projects to present various animals that have become extinct or that are endangered. Sea turtles! Orangutans! Passenger pigeons!
The children have been loving reading in our relaxing book corner during reading time and their break times!
Here in Year 6 we are keeping the memories alive of those who have lost their lives to war. We used chalk pastels and oil pastels to draw poppies using various techniques. We are also currently creating our own poppies with a multitude of materials – pictures to follow so check back soon!
For our WWII topic, we went on a class trip to Bewdley Museum where they keep various artifacts from WWII. We were able to handle some artifacts, go down into an air-raid shelter and play with some toys from the 1940s! Not only did we learn many new things on our visit, we taught…
We had a Bollywood dance instructor come to Perryfields to teach us some Bollywood dance moves! We all took part and really enjoyed this activity!
Today we had various agencies join us for the day to discuss keeping ourselves safe! Miss Clulow learned a lot from PC Treasure!
In our science lesson we worked in groups to test whether a material was a conductor or an insulator. We did this by making a simple circuit and adding particular materials to the circuit to see if the bulb would light up or not.