This week in art we have been analysing patterns. Can you remember the five basic types of patterns?
Watch this video for extra information about the functions of blood.
Today we learnt about what the recipe for our blood milkshake is and the function of each ingredient. Check out how hard we were working. Keep checking the blog for great examples of our work!
Can you memorise the vocabulary below and their meaning ready for science next week? Perhaps you could play Bingo with your family to help you.
Key word definitions
Circulatory – also known as the cardio-vascular system. This transports nutrients, oxygen, carbon dioxide and hormones around the body
Oxygenated – has lots of oxygen
Deoxygenated – has little or no oxygen
Arteries – muscular walled tubes that carry oxygenated blood to the body
Veins – muscular walled tubes that carry deoxygenated blood to the heart
Heart – a hollow muscular organ that pumps blood to the body. It has four chambers
Blood – red liquid that circulates the body carrying oxygen and other nutrients to the body
Vessels – a hollow container which can be used to hold liquid
Valve – a device which controls passage of fluid or air through a pipe in one direction only
This week we have been learning about what part we can play in standing up to bullying. Here are some of our amazing posters. Can you spot yours?
This week, year 6 have been learning about refraction. We have been exploring how prims refract light to show the spectrum of colour, how rainbows are formed and the ‘arrows through water’ trick. Take a look at the rainbows that we have been creating. Well done to Islam (6B) for discovering that on a sunny day, the sun provides a better light source than a torch.
For more details or a refresher, check out the videos I have added to explore refraction further.
Next week we will be looking at shadows. What time of day do you have the longest shadow? When do you have multiple shadows?
In 6B we have been learning about Jazz / swing music that was popular during WW2. We have produced some fantastic work, take a look...