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Our focus started with WW1 poetry and looking at the messages these poems have for us today.
Y6 then wrote their own poems using the originals as inspiration. All these activities have developed a greater understanding and respect of the sacrifice of those who fight in the name of their country or personal commitment, but also respect for those who are affected by war or who choose not to fight.
|Year 6 English Plans | Hamilton Trust||Rochford Review final report: Led by Diane Rochford, it looks at assessment for pupils working below the standards of the national curriculum tests.|
Here's 6T 6MS to follow. Please see the video resource centre below for 6MS's video recorded on History day it was too large to place direct on this page Pictures from our History Day to commemorate the th anniversary of the end of WW1 'The Poppy Fields' at the front of school Morning assembly - well done to our Y6 poets Front entrance display Y6 preparing scones for our visitors The community tea with scones, jam and cream.
Combined choirs singing for the community event Ideas for Books for Christmas! With the bright lights, loud noises and adrenaline-boosting excitement of some games, it can certainly be hard for the printed word to compete.
So, if your young gamer has lost touch with books and reading, here are a few ideas that might just spark their imaginations. Obviously shop around for the best price if looking to buy - great stocking fillers for Christmas!
Harvest festival Thank you to all those who helped to walk to church for the Harvest festival on Thursday and for all the harvest gifts.
We are very proud of Y6 who read in church for the reading and their own poems.KS1 and KS2 Autobiography Writing Prompt Resource. Differentiated six ways, this Autobiography Writing Prompt is intended to support extended writing. Hamilton's Y6 plans cover Upper Key Stage 2 objectives of the National Curriculum for England appropriate for Year 6 children.
There are enough plans to provide you with a choice of focus and texts.
From adjectives to writing frames, TheSchoolRun's primary-school literacy glossary offers a complete guide to all the concepts children are taught in EYFS, KS1 and KS2 English. I am setting up a reading challenge programme for year 5 to encourage the students to read some classic literature.
They then will right a review or recount to show they have read and understood the story and be able to share with the class.
How to write a descriptive piece based on the coastline. To write a descriptive piece start off by gathering the names of things you see and hear.
Add some adjectives to describe these things and. The use of punctuation marks like commas, apostrophes and full stops makes your writing easy to read. Without them it can be quite a challenge! This fun KS2 English quiz, created especially for children in Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6, asks them to correct the mistakes in the given sentences.
The rules for dialogue are complex - for.