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Recently, our class have been learning about fossils. As part of this we made a dinosaur fossil out of plaster of paris. To make a fossil we firstly chose a dinosaur we wanted to make as a fossil. Secondly, we were given 3 colours of clay to mix up. Thirdly, we made the clay into […]
This week 6SK tried a new app called pages. We typed up one of our pieces of writing, added photos and printed them out. Here you can see some of our results. In Topic lessons, we learned about ‘who discovered America first’. Most people have a exactly answer for it – Columbus. But some archaeologists […]
This week a special Thai author visited the school. His name is Oliver Phommavanh! He talked to us about his books and early life! Here you can see some photos of Oliver’s visit.
This week in our Topic lessons we learned about America being explored – we looked at different theories as to who discovered America. Here is a video which shows our thoughts. http://vimeo.com/user17186716/review/304059582/7d5ace5009
A Thai tradition— Loy Krathong. All of years 6 dressed up in their Thai clothes and put their Krathongs into the river, presenting a beautiful view. The Loy Krathong tradition is to thank the God of River(พระแม่คงคา). This is how you make a krathong: Firstly you need to cut the banana leaves. Secondly […]
Dear Parents, I’m delighted to share with you the date for our Year 6 class Christmas parties. We will be celebrating in lesson 5 and 6 on Thursday 13th December. Class teachers will share with students sign-up sheets via GoogleDrive to decide what they would like to contribute. Please can we be mindful of […]
Today we have been celebrating Loy Krathong. We made krathongs from banana tree trunks, banana leaves, toothpicks and flowers. We made a ‘krathong tree’ as a bit fun – you can see it below. In the evening once we are back home some of us will float the krathongs on the river. Happy Loy Krathong […]
This week we had World War 1 historian Jeremy Banning visit our school. It was amazing. He talked about his grandfather who was gassed in the war and about Kanchanaburi and the death railway. 6JB enjoyed his visit so much and here are some photos of him.
For Diwali we made Rangoli patterns with clay on a plain piece of cardboard. We started by drawing a design on the cardboard.Then we filled in with different colours of clay to make it look interesting and colorful we also learned a lot about Diwali and Hinduism. Here are some pictures of us working […]