Summer Term

Our new project is called ‘Survival!’ This term, we will be learning how animals and plants adapt to their natural habitats and we will be finding out about evolution.

Watch this video clip to find out more.

Who was Charles Darwin? What can you find out about him?

           

We will also be learning about how humans can survive in different parts of the world and investigating the effects mankind has on the lives of plants and animals.

What do you know about orangutans? Where do they live? How do humans affect their lives?

      

 We will be reading Kensuke’s Kingdom as our class novel.

                      

These people have fantastic survival skills:

Can you find out about Steve Backshall, Bear Grylls and Ray Mears?

27 Responses

  • Miss Hart says:

    A huge WELL DONE to you all! You made us proud this week the way you conducted yourselves during your SATS!
    You’re all superstars!
    Miss Hart xxxx

  • Umair says:

    In year six we have been learning about fascinating fossils.There are two types of fossils(body and trace fossils).A body fossil is a preserved remain of plants and animals body.A trace fossil is tracks eggshells and nests.

  • Grace W says:

    In class we are learning about fossils, Mrs Robertson kindly brought in some fossils, some replicas and some authentic. I enjoyed trying to draw one of the fossils and looking at authentic ones Mrs Robertsons husband found, they were really interesting. Some of the fossils that were brought into school were billions of years old! Mrs Robertson, our wonderful class teacher, also told us bout the two main fossils that there are: trace fossils, which are tracks, eggshells, footprints and nests, and body fossils, which are preserved remains of plants and animals.

  • Muhammad says:

    There are 2 types of fossils,body and trace.Body fossils are the most common type of fossils around the world.They are made from dead animals and plants.Most body fossils are hard parts such as teeth,bones branches and stems.
    Trace fossils are fossils of old tracks and stuff like that.

  • Finley says:

    In year 6, we have been reading Kensuke kingdom (by Michael Morpurgo) it is very sad on the other hand it is funny aswell.Micheael -the ships boy- has a world wide trip all around the world and his friend ,Eddie,gave him a lucky foot ball (well he threw it at him) it really is a good book.

  • Joshua says:

    This term we have been reading Kensuke’s Kingdom so far Michael has done some weird learning that we wouldn’t need today:navigation,riding elephants and riding horses.

  • Cole says:

    Captain Robert Falcon Scott survived Antarctica for around a year with his comrades to reach the South Pole.Many hardships (including many deaths) were faced by Scott and his crew and when they finally reached the pole they had been beaten by the Norwegian team – lead by Roald Amunsden- and where very disappointed. Scott headed for the rendezvouse point with only three of his friends. He then lost one of his friends who had frostbite and later died only a few miles away from the rendezvouse point.

  • Poppy says:

    Mary Anning
    Mary Anning is a women who dedicated her life to fossil hunting and she has found many fossils, One day she went fossil hunting with her brother (Joseph) and they found a very old animal fossil.
    Did you know there are two types of fossils, body fossils and trace fossils.

  • Issa says:

    In year6,we have been learning about fossils. There are two types of fossils: body fossils and trace fossils. Body fossils are fossils that you see and pick up.Trace fossils are fossils that are engulfed in rocks or any hard surfaces.

  • Adam says:

    I have loved learning about fossils. Mary Anne was a very well- known fossil hunter and changed the way people thought about them. The oldest fossil in the world is known to be over three billion years old! A fossil has to be at least ten thousand years old to be a fossil.

  • Sally says:

    In class we leant about Mary Anning. She was a famous fossil hunter. One day she found the first full fossil of an igthiasourous, she was on a regular fossil hunt with her brother (Joseph). She thought it was a crocodile but it wasn’t. Do you know any more facts about fossils?

  • Josh says:

    When we looked at fossils some were replicas and some were authentic ones, we saw one that was polished.There are two types of fossils: trace and body. Some are rarer then others you can find them on the beach.There are fossils that are over three billion years old;some not even discovered.

  • Leo says:

    Recently, we conducted an outdoor investigation for our science learning. Every one of our Kagan groups planned an investigation in advance, my Kagan group conducted an experiment where we measured the length of our participants legs (From ankle to waist) and then had them stand on a line. They would then jump and we would measure how far they jumped. Our experiment was, ‘Can the person with the longest legs jump the farthest?’

  • Isabella says:

    In class we have been learning about fossils. Mrs Robertson brought in some real fossils for us to look at. Fossils show you how they can change over a period of time. They have to be as old as 10000 years. There are 2 different types of fossils – trace fossils and body fossils. Trace fossils are the remains of trails, tracks, eggshells, footprints etc.
    Body fossils are the preserved remains of a plants or animals body.

  • Ubaid says:

    Fossils have to be 10000 years old.There are two types of fossils ones a body fossil the other is trace fossil. Body fossils are found on dried beaches.Trace fossils are the remains of things.Two popoular types of fossils are ‘stramatalight and

  • Grace T says:

    In Kensuke ‘s Kingdom ,Michael goes…
    Australia,
    Africa,
    Papua New Guinea,
    Brazil,
    Indian Ocean,
    Recife,
    Spain,
    Bay of Biscay.

  • Freya says:

    In year 6, we have been learning about fossils. Fossils are a way of preserving animals for over a long period of time. There are two main types of fossils- trace fossils and body fossils. Body fossils are animals and bodies; trace fossils are things like: eggs, tracks and footprints.

  • Muhammad says:

    There are many survivalists including Bear Grills.

  • Amber Y says:

    Who is enjoying learning about fossils?

    • George says:

      Yes I am really enjoying it so far and cannot wait to learn more

    • Ibrahim says:

      I am enjoying learning about fossils because geology is a very interesting subject that I would like to learn more about fossils. Some of them can date back to 3 billion years ago. Mrs Robertson has got an extremely interesting collection.
      By Ibrahim and Michael

  • Amber Y says:

    In school we have been learning about fossils.

  • Amber Y says:

    Who is enjoying reading Kensuke’s kingdom?

  • Amber Y says:

    Did you know one of my sister’s teacher got on to Bear Grills but but the teacher was not allowed to do it because it was in the school term .

  • Amber Y says:

    Did you know Charles Darwin was born in 1809 on the 12th February. He died on the 19th of April 1882 he was 72years old . He died 2 days before is anniversary.

  • Amber Y says:

    In school we have been reading kensuke’s kingdom by Michael Morpurgo. I am really enjoying this book . The blurb says washed up on an island in the Pacific,Michael struggles to survive on his own.With no food and no water, he curls up to die.When he wakes up, there is a plate beside him of fish,of fruit , and a bowl of fresh water. He is not alone…
    This dramatic blurb makes this book interesting.

  • Amber Y says:

    Did you know Borneo has 222 mammals and 44 of them are only found there



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