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Looking back at our first half term

Wow! What a successful first half term the Dolphins and Lions have had in Year 6! The Harry Potter topic – “The Boy Who Lived” – has been highly successful, and the children have thoroughly enjoyed the topic-based learning.

The topic has encompassed the following: discussion texts based on magical creatures as pets; suspense stories based on the Chamber of Secrets; stop-go animation; designing and sewing skills, quidditch skills and of course Dumbledore’s Feast.

Another fantastic learning opportunity was our science day with a “Potions” chemistry theme.

We would like to thank parents and carer for their support with home-learning this half term; in particular the on-going reading at home and home-learning challenges.

This half term

This half term we move onto our new topic, entitled “We’ll Meet Again…”, which is a study of life on the home front in Lowestoft during World War II. Children will learn about evacuation and rationing.

We have a WW2 experience day planned, as well as a trip to Flixton Aviation Museum. Children will learn some rationing recipes, and will also investigate electricity in order to wire alarms, sirens and Anderson shelters.

Finally, we will design and make prints in the style of WW2 artist Eric Ravilious.

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Carlton Colville Primary School
Gisleham Road
Carlton Colville
NR33 8DG
Tel: 01502 572682