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Year 6 Autumn Term

Get ready for a term packed with outdoor adventure, character growth, rich reflection and investigation!  At the very start of their Year 6 journey, our children pack their bags for a week away on the Isle of Wight, learning about and exploring coastal erosion amid a week filled with action and fun!  This residential trip sees our children grow in courage, confidence and independence as they embrace new challenges and face adventure.  On return to school, our children use their first-hand experiences to investigate ‘Will the Isle of Wight still be here in 500 years’ culminating in our very own ‘All Saints Oscar Awards’ ceremony where the children present their erosion documentaries!  As remembrance approaches, the children journey away from sea cliff views to the battlefields and trenches of WW1 as they deeply reflect on ‘what is the price of war’.  Through this highly thought-provoking project, our children engage with both the World Wars through poetry, themed days and a very poignant book study of The Boy in Striped Pyjamas.  This engaging project opens up a deep connection with events from the past, enabling our children to grow as individuals whilst also reflecting on the world around them and the roles they can play.

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Year 6 Erosion 2018Year 6 Price of War 2018
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