Topic: children discussed the impact of drugs on our body and thought about the effect of performance-enhancement drugs on sports players. They then had a little debate between themselves, showing for and against viewpoints for the use of performance-enhancing drugs. We then thought back to our learning on the heart and circulatory system and children created a model of the heart out of clay, before labelling the key parts. They also looked at the effects of bacteria, fungi and viruses and wrote a paragraph about each using key scientific vocabulary to compare them.
Also this week, children finished practising their end of year performance ready for Wednesday evening and took part in sports day as a school.
PSHE: children will be continuing to think about how relationships change as they get older and how this makes them feel.
International Day: the whole school will be taking part in ‘international day’ on Wednesday 17th July, where they will carousel around different year groups, learning about different countries and completing fun activities.
Computing: children will be using the filming skills they have learnt over the past term to film a ‘Survival in Year 6’ video for the new Year 6’s coming up.