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Operation Gadgetman!

Operation Gadgetman!

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Our final theme of the year, and sadly Featherby, is Lights Out. We explore the text The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas and produce formal writing, extended narrative and discussion texts. This theme is a transition theme as we prepare ourselves for the next stage of our learning at secondary school. Hello Yellow - 80 Books to Help Children Nurture Good Mental Health and Support With Anxiety and Wellbeing -

This has all the best bits of a child-friendly episode of CSI (Crime Scene Investigation) - looking for clues, dusting for fingerprints, gathering evidence and setting traps. Children will love working alongside the girls - playing detective and solving the mystery. Don’t be surprised to find readers going around the house with pieces of sellotape or cocoa powder on the hunt for finger prints. Operation Gadgetman is the story of Bean a.k.a Beatrice and her unconventional inventor Dad, otherwise known as 'Gadgetman'. We start our learning this year with the theme of Narnia, which is the text we have taken a class names from. Narnia is our class read and we use this as a stimulus for our writes, stories, newspaper reports and persuasive letters. Our thematic learning centres around learning about New Zealand which we compare to our locality and develop our understanding of the differences between seasons and time in the southern hemisphere. We recall and build upon previous learning with animals and habitats looking at how animals have adapted and evolved, in particular looking at marsupials. Our art skillset is developed by producing artwork based on animals in the style of Pablo Picasso and Franc Marc. All our themes give us the opportunity to acquire new knowledge, develop our skillsets, apply our Featherby Values and develop our 6Cs: Character, Communication, Collaboration, Creativity, Critical Thinking and Citizenship. Our learning in school is built around these areas and linked in with a class read. We love sharing what we have learnt in school but learning also happens outside the classroom and our homework and wider reading opportunities are one way this happens. It is important to us that we are always learners whether we are in school, at home or out and about in the world. Events we look forward to are our Big Outcomes where we welcome parents and visitors into school to share in our learning with us; this is one of the times you will see our 6Cs in action!This theme is underpinned by the class read The Highway Man and The Landlady which we use to write suspense stories, play scripts and poetry. In history we learn about the period the Highway Man is set and the geography around travel building on our understanding of infrastructure from Operation Gadgetman. In science we recall and review our learning from the year and previous years ensuring that we are knowledgeable in all areas. Our art focus links in with R.E. through using different sketching techniques to produce sketches inspired by Hinduism. Year 6 is made up of three classes: Bagheera (Mrs Astirbadi), Shere Khan (Mrs Platford) and Mowgli (Mr Ballard). Other adults in Year 6 include Mrs Chopra, Miss Vaughan, Mrs Washford and MrsTulloch. We have been inspired by characters from the book Jungle Book and the friendship and acceptance from the characters in the story.

When Beans and her school friends arrive home from school one Friday afternoon following yet another detention and there is no sign of her father, she knows something is wrong. With a bizarrely written letter on the kitchen table the only hint of her father’s whereabouts, Beans and her friends, Ann and Louisia, begin a daring race against time to find Gadgetman before it is too late. Equipped with Gadgetman's new Spy Kit, complete with Spy Kit Instruction Book, can they find Gadgetman before his money-making device ends up in the wrong hands? Nothing interesting ever happens in Cleevesdon with the exception of the odd explosion coming from the shed in Mr. Conran’s garden. So when kaboom turns to kidnap, fingerprint dust will fly. Armistice Day: A Collection of Remembrance - Spark Interest and Educate Children about Historical Moments Our learning is thematic meaning each term we focus on one theme through our reading, writing and wider curriculum. By learning in this way, we deepen our understanding, become critical thinkers and develop both knowledge and skills in key areas.This theme builds upon prior learning on South America, rainforest and Rivers, supporting us with developing our webs of knowledge in these areas. Our class read is Journey to The River Sea which we use to write stories, poetry and information reports. Our geography knowledge is developed on South America by learning about the physical features of the landscape including the rivers and rainforest. Our art focus is on producing prints of leaves and plants in the style of Frida Kahlo and developing our sketching skills. In science we return to electricity and look at equity and experiments on compound and more advanced circuits.

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