We have had a great year in Class 10.

It has been a pleasure to see you all mature and be your best selves.  Good luck to all of you.  Love and best wishes from The Class 10 Team.


Today, we have created some portraits of The Highwayman.

We started by drawing an oval shape, which we then halved.  We drew three further horizontal lines for eyes, nose and the mouth.  Here are three examples of finished portraits.
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This week, Class 10 have been learning about how to use coordinates to create pictures of minions.  It has been great fun!

Class 10 have been set a homework challenge of creating their own version of the solar system.

Here are the first ones that have been created…

This week, we had an extra PE session with a new sports coach called Ryan.  

We played some really good games and all got a turn at everything.  It was great fun and we really enjoyed working with him.


Shaping the Land

This term, Class 10 are learning about factors that shape the land.  We have started by looking at the water cycle and rivers in the UK.  Rivers start at a source and end at the mouth.  We have used atlases to identify some major rivers, including the Thames, Spey, Bann, Tyne and Severn.

Today, we have been learning about the life cycle of a chicken.

 We looked at the different parts of the egg and what they are for.  We now understand that only fertilised eggs become chicks.  Unfertilised eggs are nice to eat!  We also thought about metamorphosis.

Today in Science,

Class 10 have learnt about the life of Jane Goodall.  She has spent her life researching the life cycles and habits of chimpanzees.  We have worked in groups to present to the rest of the class why it is important to protect this species.