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A Positive start from Year 6!

This week, Year 6 returned to TBS Warsaw with great enthusiasm and commitment to their learning.

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They have shown fantastic adaptability in their approach to the new school procedures and have taken a positive attitude in their learning. We have worked extensively on our new IPC unit ‘Brainwaves’ and the children came up with some exciting lines of inquiry through their knowledge harvest activity and the questions they created.

Our questions included:-
“What is the difference between an infant’s and a teenager’s brain?”

“What happens to a brain without a host?”

“How does the brain work when we sleep?”

We will move on with the research stage of our unit in the week ahead and the children are very excited for the learning opportunities to come!

Joe McConnell
Year 6 Teacher/ Year 6 Learning Leader