Our IPC Topic "Moving People" culminated in a museum created by the children, where each class room became a section of a museum based around the topic that each class had been studying. The museum was set up and run by the children to teach their peers about the many different types of migration found throughout history, and what the legacy is on the varying countries. The children were given a chance to really hone their presentational skills when their peers came to their display, taking time to explain and teach them what they have learnt.
It was a delight to see all that the children have learnt, and listen to the many facts that they were able to explain. Kindness and patience were displayed by many as they took the time to teach people new facts and dates. They proved themselves to be resiliant and risk takers by working in groups, helping their colelagues and themselves to succeed.
As one topic ends, a new one begins, in this case three new topics begin. This coming week will see Year 6 start "Roots, Shoots and Leaves" in IPC, Stories with Flashbacks in Literacy and data handling/measurement topic in Maths.