What a lovely week it has been! I hope you have been able to enjoy the sunshine while it is here. Here’s what you have been up to this week.
Veronica completed her RE work which looks super.
Dylan has drawn HMS Duncan (great name!) after watching a programme about it this week. He has also written a story with some super word choices!
Lewis has completed the reading challenge this week and his family have really enjoyed the book choices. Here are some of his reviews. You might want to read this book too after reading the review!
Well done to this week’s TTRS…
I have been busy in the year 6 bubble this week. We did art and had lots of time outside in the sun. Here is my picture for my (possibly melted!) Chocolate treat tonight. The clue is ‘you might describe a pig’s tail as this!’
Amelia has been baking this week and made savoury nests. Yum!
Amelie completed the perspective aquarium painting challenge this week. Amazing!
Lewis wrote his short story about the alien picture from Flotsam. Brilliant!
Here is Archie’s fantastic poem ‘The Door’ and story about Flotsam.
Henry has been working hard on his maths this week in Penguins class and was awarded the Friendly Flounder award. Well done Henry!
Gracie has been making the most of the weather at the beach!
This weeks TTRS is…
At school this week, Miss Wilson, Miss Leete, Mrs Meredith and I all accidentally turned up to school in spots! I also painted this with the year 6s in Art this week. This week’s clue for my Friday night treat is ‘The Roman God of war’ and they are my favourite chocolate bar!
Today I would like you to draw a self portrait. This can be in any style, with as much or as little detail as you like. You could try using half of a photo of yourself and finishing the other side of the picture.
Today your challenge is to create a perspective aquarium. This will need you to use your work you did with Mrs Horrocks about the South Downs, size and perspective. Here is an example and a template to get you started or to help you with how to draw it.