Today you are going to work out how much it costs to run your theme park. Using your plan from Monday, you need to calculate how much everything will cost.
Use the table below to help you:
For example: If you had 4 major rides, you would do £110 X 4 = £440
We are going to learn and practise how to write using a 3D effect. Use the tutorial video to help you. You will probably need to have a few attempts as it can be quite tricky, but you can showcase your resilience when completing this activity.
This morning, we completed our sports day – a big thank you to Miss Lindsay for running this!
This afternoon in Year 6, we worked in partners to create our own animals and chose how they adapted to their environment. We really enjoyed the videos and loved reading the book called ‘Creature Features’.
Thank you to Miss Jennings for planning a great afternoon for us!
Today you are going to design your own theme park on squared paper. Use the guide below to help you plan your theme park and, most importantly, stick within your budget!
Your spending limit is £500 000
You must carefully decide what sort of rides you are going to have. You also need to think about the other facilities visitors will need when they come to your theme park like toilets, cafes, shops and paths between all the facilities and rides.
Over the past two weeks, we have classified each other and sweets! Today, we moved on to our main lesson objective of classifying living things based on observational features. Below are examples of the tasks we completed in pairs today:
In year 6, we looked at Hinduism and Christianity as part of our Cultural Day focus. Here are some examples of the work the children created. Thank you to Miss Caldwell for arranging such a fun morning!
Transition: we are completing more research in to our schools for secondary. Explore the school website you are going to and make notes about what you think is different to primary and what is similar.