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Year 6 Monday and Tuesday

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We've had a very busy and productive start to the week in Year 6.

In English, we had a focus on commas. We worked on punctuating sentences correctly when they contained: adverbs, fronted adverbials, subordinating conjunctions, subordinate clauses, relative clauses, embedded clauses, sentence openers beginning with an -ed clause, and even those beginning with an -ing clause. What a lot there was to think about but we were really successful. Now we just need to remember to use them consistently in our own writing.

We completed our final check of last week's diary writing. Then we began work on a new diary entry — this time in character. We re-read an extract from the novel, Exodus, and plotted the key events onto a timeline. Once we'd done that, we filled in a planning sheet, gathering emotive and powerful vocabulary, phrases which would help us to write chronologically, and rhetorical questions which we could include to ensure our writing was diary style! Next week, we will write this diary entry, aiming to have a very powerful effect on our audience.

In the afternoons, we've worked on study work tasks, recapped the issue of climate change and enjoyed a French lesson. We listened to a French song all about 'Les Vêtements', learned the vocabulary of clothing, and then completed two activities to see how much we could remember. Très bien fait, Year 6! You always impress me with your French language skills.

New Spag.com homework will be set this evening.

Enjoy the rest of your week, Year 6.

Miss Lake

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