Who do you think you are? Are you an extrovert or an introvert, a singleton, a twin or even a triplet? Let’s discover what makes you, you! From your fingerprints and footprints, to your genes and DNA, everything is unique to you.
Explore the world of human identity and how our unique features can be used to tell us apart from others or help to solve a crime! Write reports, adverts and poems all on the theme of identity and express your opinions, views and beliefs. Do you like the same things as others or are your tastes uniquely yours?
Then it’s time for some future thinking as we begin preparations for moving on, our goals for the future and the close approaching transition to secondary school.
Remember to love being you! Why? Because there’s only one you: you’re one of a kind!
This term's learning has been designed and adapted for both in-school and at-home learning, with recovery curriculum principles and transition to secondary school in mind.
While we navigate the required changes ahead of us, both in returning to school with appropriate social-distancing measures in place, and through our unique celebrations to mark the end of your primary school experience and beginning of a brand new chapter, we do so together whether in person or apart.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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