Year 6

25 Nov

Creatures which have not been discovered

In year 6 students created paintings of new types of creatures which have not been discovered yet. Scientists identify new kinds of animals and plants all the time. The art pieces will be part of an art show in 2020 sponsored by Peacock Painters at Nomo gallery. Other international and local schools will be part of this too. An event to look forward to!   ...

03 Nov

Milepost 3 Invention Convention

The children in Years 5 & 6 had a super day on Thursday while taking part in the Milepost 3 Invention Convention. They were tasked with the challenge of building a vehicle which would travel the furthest distance when released down a ramp. The children cooperated effectively to research and then plan ideas for the design of their vehicle. They were then provided with a selection of recycled materials to use in the construction of their vehicle. While building, they...

23 Oct

Computing_text-based programming language (Python).

In year 6, the students have been learning a few commands of a text-based programming language (Python), enabling progression from cratch. They created simple, textbased adventure game. Click the link below to view and follow their python modules progress. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1gAL22RxC6IbT9wWa8kXs-R-F-ZvGB6JZWusgXSzPhwk/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1n_1Wwh8FtRree1DnJZk6qABHbz8acuqs830yj82BV94/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1bETl4626tWZePUgvPHyU2Iuw4zID5gCvsLYU4S_rBcU/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1HuW3KBlcvrq0TLinzAjIJYvLyksSPadsbVzXuxTXzTg/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1sNjin_4V85RTEYc4Nxfv0mtEerJkymj3yBDt_SJMCgM/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1gUflunK9OA4tMGjlXwWY_SNNchFzMO3QDLeymgKnEpU/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1vKNrW3lkUWnyv4fYAvQRGaaOpNsf_UVQxqDCk0EwRwE/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1_a_TZa748ZVdg23g–SVX_9_5G9aggt7oZIyxKbmQTY/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1sEiE8YOYSNLWOY5w5FSvlGWNixUt-RF2Xv5ec_0gsC0/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10qs9yh8_Puy0-TllFr0HX5MNsYURWbXT_dL9aeE1lfk/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1acKCBndJAWU0m22GbCWDQ0N2oDW5vZBRiWql9XdjSCs/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10cKwfBZ8dyYw-i7EX0lZTSbg0rrz9sMfUgxnxIwWuOs/edit?usp=sharing     ...

10 Oct

SWIMMING – FREESTYLE

Over the past few weeks, we have been going through an exciting Freestyle learning journey. From learning how to float on the front, to kicking with straight legs, pointed toes and focusing on high elbows for the freestyle arms. The children have worked really hard to make sure they think about all these details in order to have  a smooth freestyle. ...

27 Sep

Future Ambrosoli Day

On Wednesday for our ‘Future Ambrosoli’ Open Day the children were set the challenge of generating ideas for the future of Ambrosoli. They considered which subjects should be taught, how they would be delivered and what the learning environment would consist of.  The children were asked to consider the 4 C’s – collaboration, communication, critical thinking and creativity – and how these would be encouraged and promoted in their plans. The children impressed us with their teamwork, exciting ideas and...

20 Sep

We are designers in MP3!

Milepost 3 have been getting artistic and exploring their creative sides while designing and making their costumes for the Milepost 3 production. The children considered what would make an effective design for each of the animal characters within the play and then put their ideas in to practice using a range of painting and printing techniques. The results are fabulous! ...

16 Sep

Future Humans

Year 6 Ishasha students had fun recently during the entry point for our IPC unit ‘Out of Africa’. They had to use great creativity and thoughtfulness to imagine and predict how human beings of the future may evolve and look like. They created costumes which they wore to school for the entry point, and each had a chance to present to the class the thinking behind their costumes. The students then produced annotated diagrams of their costumes. The activity generated...