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Our Year 6s from both Rosedale House and Dame Bradbury's have come together to launch a blog about all that they are learning.

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  • Liam writes letter to Joe from Billy the Kid

    Published 01/02/21

    As part of their ‘Sticks and Stones’ theme, Year 6 read the wartime novel 'Billy the Kid' by Michael Morpurgo.

    Year 6 were asked to imagine that they were Billy, writing a letter to Joe, telling him about what Joe has missed since he died.

    See Liam's letter below:

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  • Masha explores the life of Billy the Kid through letter writing

    Published 01/02/21

    As part of their ‘Sticks and Stones’ theme, Year 6 read the wartime novel 'Billy the Kid' by Michael Morpurgo. 

    Year 6 were asked to imagine that they were Billy, writing a letter to Joe, telling him about what Joe has missed since he died.

    Masha did a great job of getting into the mind-set of Billy in their letter:

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  • Felicity's 'Billy the Kid' creative letter writing

    Published 01/02/21

    As part of their ‘Sticks and Stones’ theme, Year 6 read the wartime novel 'Billy the Kid' by Michael Morpurgo. 

    Year 6 were asked to imagine that they were Billy, writing a letter to his brother Joe, telling him about what Joe has missed since he died.

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  • Lucas captures the voice of Billy the Kid

    Published 01/02/21

    As part of their ‘Sticks and Stones’ theme, Year 6 read the wartime novel 'Billy the Kid' by Michael Morpurgo. The class were then tasked with writing a letter as Billy to his brother Joe.

    Here is Lucas' well thought-out piece:

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  • Misha's letter to Joe

    Published 01/02/21

    As part of their ‘Sticks and Stones’ theme, Year 6 read ’Billy the Kid’ by Michael Morpurgo. Year 6 were asked to think like the main character, Billy, and write a letter to Billy's deceased brother Joe.

    Here is Misha's fantastic letter:

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  • Remembrance poetry- Why do people have to fight?

    Published 11/11/20

    For Remembrance Day, and as part of their ‘Sticks and Stones’ theme, Year 6 were asked to write a poem about what Remembrance or war means to them.

    Masha and Lucy created this powerful poem:

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  • Remembrance poetry - War

    Published 11/11/20

    For Remembrance Day, and as part of their ‘Sticks and Stones’ theme, Year 6 were asked to write a  poem about what Remembrance or war means to them.

    Mya has done a great job using descriptive language to put you in the shoes of the soldier.

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  • Remembrance poetry: We must remember

    Published 11/11/20

    For Remembrance Day, and as part of their ‘Sticks and Stones’ theme, Year 6 were asked to write a  poem about what Remembrance or war means to them.

    Amy thought through her choices of language carefully to create a sombre tone to her poem:

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  • Remembrance poetry: Rudi and Campbell's acrostic poem

    Published 11/11/20

    For Remembrance Day, and as part of their ‘Sticks and Stones’ theme, Year 6 were asked to write a poem about what Remembrance or war means to them.

    Rudi and Campbell created an acrostic poem which describes what it was like for soldiers in the trenches:

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  • Remembrance poetry: On the graves of the fallen

    Published 11/11/20

    For Remembrance Day, and as part of their ‘Sticks and Stones’ theme, Year 6 were asked to write a  poem about what Remembrance or war means to them.

    Arsalan has written a sorrowful piece on the poppies that grow over unmarked graves:

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  • Remembrance poetry: Glory

    Published 11/11/20

    For Remembrance Day, and as part of their ‘Sticks and Stones’ theme, Year 6 were asked to write a  poem about what Remembrance or war means to them.

    Grace used 'glory' as the topic for her remembrance poem:

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  • Alexander's WW2 portfolio

    Published 04/08/20

    Alexander's WW2 portfolio

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  • Zoe's WW2 portfolio

    Published 04/08/20

     

    Zoe's WW2 portfolio

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  • The Missing Brooch by Olivia

    Published 16/07/20

    The Missing Brooch by Olivia

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  • The Enchanted Forest by Felix

    Published 16/07/20

    Enchanted Forest by Felix

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  • The Elements by Hanna

    Published 16/07/20

    The Elements by Hanna

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  • Life with Wings by Dasha

    Published 16/07/20
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  • Year 6 practise persuasion as they pitch product ideas

    Published 28/05/20

    Recently Year 6 have been studying persuasion. They watched 'Pocket Money Pitch' from CBBC and some Junior Dragon’s Den for inspiration. They were then tasked with inventing their own product and writing a persuasive pitch to present to the 'dragons'. Would you invest in their company or buy their product?

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