To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter, you can enter a magical competition! The winner will receive a school library make over in the style of Hogwarts, plus a whole trunk of Harry Potter books!
To enter, you must invent and design your own magical library. Please ask Miss Griffiths or Miss Bridge for a competition form. Be as creative as you can – what would a magical library have in it that would be different to a normal library?
We will be completing a mini project on Mexico! Use your chrome books to research the following information about Mexico and create a power point presentation about this. Do not copy information straight from the internet. Write in your won words.
- Countries that border it
- Major cities and population
- Surrounding seas
- Mountain ranges
- Tourist sites
- Any other interesting information to wow your classmates
At the end of the session, you will have the opportunity to present to the class.
Watch this video carefully with your headphones on. You are going to tell a recount of this video. Think about your writing carefully – what higher level punctuation can you use to uplevel your writing? What exciting vocabulary can you use to make your story sound really special?
Click on the image below to read some of the stories on Newsround this morning to learn about what’s happening in the world this morning!
Comment your most interesting story you have read about – share it with your classmates!
Click on the following links to read some Ancient Greek myths and legends. What was your favourite story? Why? If you could change the ending, what would you change it to? Comment your ideas for me to read!
Here is the video we watched in Literacy to base our horror/suspense story on!
Here is a link to the online thesaurus. You can also use this to check spellings you are not sure about.
Today we woke up to the news that an unexploded WW2 bomb has been discovered on the Aston Expressway, which is in Birmingham City Centre! Click the link here to read the BBC link all about this exciting story!
Have a look at this map of South Birmingham (scroll to the bottom to see Hall Green!)
The blue dots represent High Explosive bombs that exploded, and blue crosses those that failed to.
Red dots represent incendiary bombs, and red crosses incendiaries that failed to ignite. Incendiary bombs are ones that started burning when they landed, meaning they caused lots of dangerous fires.
Here is an image of Hall Green from 1926. It looks more like the countryside than the city we know today!
Here is a picture of Hall Green today, look how developed it is! Can you see our school?
Click on this link to see the Year 5/6 spelling list. If you have a spare five minutes, why don’t you practise some of these words?
6EB, welcome back! I hope you are refreshed and ready to work hard for the next three weeks. I know some of you may feel a little nervous about SATS, however just remember that you only have three more weeks of hard work to go, then we have a summer of fun planned for you!
Here is a link with some useful power points for grammar, reading and maths – you can choose the topic you want to revise.
Here is a second link.
Finally, take a moment to read through this quote and tell yourself you are good enough and you are going to ace these exams!