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Today we will be starting our new Talk4writing unit all about a most unusual animal.

This work has been inspired by a very famous book by Maurice Sendak, called Where the Wild Things Are. Have a look at the original story here:

Today, I would like you to carefully read the text about the mysterious new animal, the Rhiswanozebtah. Think about making sure you understand what you are reading - if there are any unfamiliar words, use a dictionary to look them up. Once you have read the information, jot down your questions, interests and favourites (pg5).


I would also like you to complete the vocabulary work from pages 6-8. You will be focussing on these words from the text:

  • juveniles
  • prominent
  • inhabit
  • gouge
  • agile
  • surveying
  • prey


Watch the video from White Rose below and then have a go at answering the questions. Don't forget to mark it when you're done!

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As we start to get ready for moving on to secondary school, it's time for us to start thinking more about how we see ourselves and our emotions about leaving primary school. We will be completing a unit called 'Be Awesome, Go Big'. If you have access to a printer, there's a workbook you can print here which goes with the lessons. If you cannot print, you are welcome to contact the school to ask them to print one for you - or alternatively, just do the work on paper.

Today's lesson is all about thinking about the difference between being 'kid average' and 'kid awesome'. Look at the powerpoint slide show carefully - and take the time to read each slide. There are video clips for you to watch. and questions for you to think about.

Really have a think about the questions in the workbook:

  • How did you handle things when they went wrong?
  • How did you react when you got stuck?
  • Think about a time when you showed a ‘kid awesome’ attitude. Write about in your workbook - or on some paper.


I know that every single one of you has a 'kid awesome' inside of you Year 6. You are all incredible young people and you make me all very proud to be your teacher.