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Our Art border for this page was inspired by Maya Masks.

Year 6 have had a busy week. On Wednesday, the class went to the environmental area to compose and take some photos inspired by the famous 'Migrant Mother' image taken by photographer Dorothea Lange. The class then edited their images by cropping them and changing the light exposure. You can see these photos above. 

The class also spent the week using the famous image to inspire their writing and use of figurative language. This resulted in them creating poems titled 'Through the eyes of the migrant mother'. 

In maths, the class have nearly finished their work on decimals and will be moving on to percentages next week. The maths sessions on Friday mornings are proving effective and helping to boost confidence in maths. 

In science, the children continued their work on 'Light' by investigating how shadows are formed and how they change depending on the position of the light source. 

Another good week Year 6 - keep up the good work!

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