Year 6 - Sweden
Welcome to Sweden class. We are in Year 6 and our teacher is Miss Robertson. Mrs Fortescue is our Teaching Assistant.
On Friday Year 6 went to a very muddy Easton College to do some 'maths on the farm'. We had to take lots of measurements of the fields, count the sheep and draw plans. Later, after our lunch and when we had warmed up, we used our measurements to do some real life problem solving.
We had a really fun maths café on Tuesday afternoon. To start, we played rock, paper, scissors timetables which Amy won. After that, we had to make a total using differently valued multilink (whole numbers, decimals or fractions). From this the children created an animal of their choice. It was quite challenging! A big thank you to all the adults who came along – I hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!
We have been learning about rationing during our World War 2 topic and we got to make a stew. Our stew was made from vegetables and we used Quorn in place of meat (although we do know that there was no such thing as Quorn in 1939!) The meat would have been any leftovers.
We chopped and washed all our vegetables and then put them in the pot to cook with the Quorn.
There was mixed reactions to the stew, some of us really enjoyed it and had seconds. Some of us thought it was the worst thing ever!!
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