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Welcome to Year 6!

Hello and welcome to Year 6. The first thing you need to know about the start of our new year is that our history topic is the Ancient Greeks.

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SAMPAD - A theatre group that came in to work with Y6, doing activities about Indian Partition Project

SAMPAD - A theatre group that came in to work with Y6, doing activities about Indian Partition Project 1
SAMPAD - A theatre group that came in to work with Y6, doing activities about Indian Partition Project 2
SAMPAD - A theatre group that came in to work with Y6, doing activities about Indian Partition Project 3
SAMPAD - A theatre group that came in to work with Y6, doing activities about Indian Partition Project 4

As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham. They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions. To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school. Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit. Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion.

As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 1
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 2
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 3
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 4
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 5
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 6
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 7
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 8
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 9
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 10
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 11
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 12
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 13
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 14
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 15
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 16
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 17
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 18
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 19
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 20
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 21
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 22
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 23
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 24
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 25
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 26
As part of gender equality week, Year 6 visited the Think Tank museum in Birmingham.  They took part in a workshop where they designed pavilions.  To start with, they mapped their local area thinking about the buildings and public spaces they see on the way to school.  Following from this, they thought about where they could build pavilions and how the public would benefit.  Children then sketched their ideas from all perspectives then used materials to design a model of their pavilion. 27

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