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Year 6 Food Technology

Year 6, your mission is to research and find a healthy savoury dish including meat and vegetables that can be made at school and divided between 8 children.

Each person will need to take a portion home with them.

We will vote on the best 4 and make each one over the next 4 weeks.

You will…

Category: Class of 2021

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Year 6 Autumn1 Week 7 Spelling

Focus: Recap of mixed spellings from Year 5

Look Say Cover Write

adorable

adorably

deceive

receive

ancient

efficient 

fought

sought

through

thorough

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Mayflower 400 1620-2020 Activity 1 Myles Standish

One ship that links four nations, spans 400 years of history and connects millions of people.

From November 2019, an ambitious commemoration will mark the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower’s pioneering voyage, telling the story of a ship and its passengers - a group of people that a remarkable…

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EYFS home learning pack summer term

Category: Class of 2026

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EYFS home learning pack

Here are some ideas to support your child whilst learning at home. 

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Thank You NHS

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Category: Class of 2020

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LINDISFARNE LOOTED!

WALT: understand why the Vikings invaded Lindisfarne

 

The Vikings came from Denmark, Norway and Sweden. They sailed over in boats called longships to ‘go Viking’ (which means to go travelling around looking for resources and land to claim as their own). The Vikings first arrived in Britain…

Category: Class of 2020

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Finding out more about climatic zones

Finding out more about climatic zones

  • Choose a climatic zone eg: polar, temperate or tropical.
  • Choose a place within your climatic zone and search the internet to find live weather data for this place.
  • Complete a monthly temperature and rainfall or temperature graph in your topic book…

Category: Class of 2020

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