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Week Commencing 14th November

This week we have been doing lots of research into captive breeding and looking at the declining populations of the red squirrel (in UK) and the wild boar (in Hong Kong). We looked at arguments for and against captive breeding, and held a class debate where we...

Week Commencing 7th November

This week, we have been learning about migration and why people may choose (or not choose) to emigrate. We discussed our own personal migration stories before looking at the human and physical geographical features of Hong Kong and discussing why people may choose to...

Week Commencing 31st October

As part of our Diwali day, we looked at the importance of Siblings’ Day (Bhai Dooj) and why it is important that we recognise and honour our siblings. We also looked at the Hindu festival of Raksha Bandhan, where sisters tie a rakhi (an ornate bracelet) on their...

Week Commencing 17th October

This week, as part of our “Mission Control” space topic, the children wrote their own scripts for a play “The First Moon Landing”. This included some fascinating (albeit made-up) dialogue between Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins as they navigated their...

Week Commencing 10th October

Week Commencing: 10.10.22 Year Group: 5 Class: Beech This week, Beech class took advantage of the autumn sunshine and took their learning outdoors! As part of their “Mission Control” space topic, the children used their own bodies to recreate the orbits of the Earth...

Week Commencing 3rd October

Year 5 Beech have used all of their art skills that they have developed this past week to create their very own planets, in “Planet Paint”. Using a variety of materials including paints, tissue, felt, cotton and crepe paper, they let their creative sides...
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