On to our next Tudors book: The Executioner's Daughter. What do you think of Salter? Should Moss trust him?
We've finished 'There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom' and have now started our new class novel: Treason by Berlie Doherty. Despite a really sad start to the book, we're hooked!
Our class novel is called 'There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom' by Louis Sachar. We are enjoying reading it in class at the end of the day. Louis Sachar has written many wonderful books. Can you name any of his others?
Year 6's last time hanging their decorations on the Featherbank tree
Our drama production of Macbeth is coming along nicely!
We an amazing afternoon learning about the function of the lungs in our bodies. Have you ever felt a sheep's lungs and trachea before? It's unbelievable how light they feel!
Our first science lesson! Locating and analysing the four chambers of the heart and its main veins and arteries.
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