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Adaptation and a new world in Y6

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This week, we've completed Information Texts all about adaptation and have started work on turning our writing into a study work leaflet to complete a science page about evolution and inheritance. We've worked extra hard to try to include examples of active and passive voice in our writing, and recapped use of colons and semi-colons in lists. We've also spent afternoons on catch up work to complete further study work pages and tasks.

Our story 'Exodus' is increasingly exciting, as Mara has met a new group of people who live within the city walls. They were perplexed that Mara isn't named after a place, as so many of the other characters are: Tain, Gorbals and Broomielaw to name a few. We've discovered that some of the characters are named after areas of Glasgow and that the New World city of New Mungo is indeed built on the drowned city of Glasgow itself.

If any Year 6 children have time, it would be great if they could carry out some research at home to find out more about the links between Mungo and Glasgow — and perhaps learn a little about Glasgow's coat of arms, as our work in the afternoons next week will delve into this more.

New spag.com homework has now been set.

I hope the rest of your week goes well, Year 6.

Miss Lake

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