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Art Week

We started the term off by exploring the artwork of Banksy. Banksy is an anonymous street artist whose distinctive art and political messages combine dark humour with graffiti executed using a stenciling technique.

Picture 1 About ‘Balloon girl’ by Rihana
Picture 2 About ‘Flower thrower’ by Adil
Picture 3 About ‘Cash Machine’ by Maariyah
Picture 4 About ‘Girl and heart balloon’ by Aaminah
Picture 5 ‘Enjoy Music’ by Nadia
Picture 6 ‘Be Cool’ by Ria
Picture 7 ‘Footballers’ by Tawhid
Picture 8 ‘Butterflies’ by Tahirah
Picture 9 ‘Peace’ by Ridwan
Picture 10 ‘Skateboarders’ by Bjay
Picture 11 ‘Working Out’ by Yusuf
Picture 12 ‘Skaters’ by Zak
Picture 13 ‘Pandas’ by Jaideep
Picture 14 ‘Dogs’ by Rihana
Picture 15 ‘Bird’ by Mahjabin
Picture 16 Our Banksy display
Picture 17 Our Banksy display


Stars and Stripes - We have been learning all about North America and the Grand Canyon. 

Picture 1 Can you name all the states of the USA?
Picture 2 Jainab’s Grand Canyon Fact File
Picture 3 Imanah’s Grand Canyon Fact File
Picture 4 We used our maths skills to plot climate graphs
Picture 5 Land Use by Mariyah B & Alan


In English, we made links to our Thematic learning while reading ‘The Secret of the White Buffalo’ which is a Native American tale. We made predictions and then wrote letters (as Blue Cloud) explaining to the villagers how to use the special pipe to help them work together in harmony. 

Picture 1 We started by making predictions about the story.
Picture 2 Mahjabin’s letter
Picture 3 Tahirah’s letter
Picture 4 Harman’s letter


In Maths, we have been using bar models to help us solve word problems. We then use formal written methods to add and subtract our numbers. 

Picture 1 Alisha’s work
Picture 2 Alisha's work
Picture 3 Tahirah’s work
Picture 4 Bar Modelling to Solve Problems by Safwan


We have been learning about different religious buildings

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We have been learning about Electricity and investigating different types of circuits. We tested different circuits to find out how changing the voltage and number of components alters the brightness of a bulb or the loudness of a buzzer. 

Picture 1 We used the correct symbols in our diagrams
Picture 2 We can draw circuit diagrams using symbols
Picture 3 We made predictions about what might happen
Picture 4 We investiagated series and parallel circuits.
Picture 5 Investigating circuits with different voltage
Picture 6 We found out about scientist Thomas Edison


We have been reading and exploring the poem ‘The Raven’ by Edgar Allen Poe. It was written in 1845 and, therefore, contains many old-English words which are not in use today. We have discussed the mood of the poem, its meaning and the poet’s use of figurative language for effect. We also watched The Simpsons version which helped to develop our understanding of the poem. And yesterday, we were treated to a new pop-up book of The Raven - which we love!

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Picture 3 We found out the meanings of some tricky words
Picture 4 We found examples of some figurative language
Picture 5 We love our new pop-up book
Picture 6 ‘Darkness there and nothing more.’
Picture 7 ‘In there stepped a saintly Raven...’
Picture 8 ‘Perched upon a bust of Pallas’