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Rowan 2017/18

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World Book Day 2018

Rowan class were out in full force celebrating World Book Day this year, the costumes ranging in colours, shapes and varieties!  Take a look below:

Blood Heart Topic

Last week, the children creating life-sized drawings of the human circulatory system to kick-off the Blood Heart topic which really brought their learning to life!

Making Tree Decorations

For their Behaviour Reward afternoon, the children chose to make felt penguin tree decorations. These fit in nicely with our topic, Frozen Kingdom, and they had a great time making them. I think they are really impressive!

Rowan class spends some time in the new library

The children enjoyed browsing through our recently opened school library and choosing books to take out.  We then spent some quiet time enjoying our new books on the sofas and cushions.  We are looking forward to our next visit!

Excellent examples of recent work

Below, we have Frankie's excellent diary entry from Anne Frank's point of view, Isabelle's amazing long division and Rukmitha's fantastic maths evaluation which show that she is working at a greater depth of understanding.  

Letters to Parents

Rowan have been working hard this week, writing informal and formal letters. Here are examples of three pieces of work by Harriet, Alex and Isabelle. In the letters selected, they took on the role of teacher, writing to the parents of a naughty child.

September 2017 - World War II, A journal entry from an evacuee

In line with our recent trip to the Bluebell Railway, Year 6 have been learning about what life was like during World War II.  Here are a few journal entries from children on the day they were evacuated.