Half term everyone! This week has been inclusion week for year 6 and we have done lots of exciting things. We have celebrated Black History Month and learnt all about Nelson Mandela and Claudia Jones (who started the Notting Hill Parade). We have created road safety posters and talked about how to stay safe online. We have ended the week by celebrating World Food Day with our chosen country of Mexico. We made our own tacos and salsa in our cookery lesson for this and in art we made Mexican inspired St Cyprian icons. As promised, you can find a recipe of the sugar skulls here – making sugar skulls

Home learning this week is to complete the test on mathletics, to continue with the read theory comprehensions, there are activities on purple mash and spellings are now on  Spelling Shed.  The writing task is as follows (this can be done on purple mash or in your pink books):

Write a story that starts…

I woke up with a start, something was in my room.  The wardrobe doors opened and it came out of my wardrobe.

Have a fantastic half term,

Ms Hayward and Mr Loizou