Class 12 2017/2018

Happy New Year! Class 12 are back in full swing with our project this term being,

Spring Term Project 2018

‘Is waiting always boring?’

During this term we will be working in news teams to create a magazine for children to read in  waiting rooms. We identified that we often get bored when waiting for a doctors or dentist appointment, so decided to share some of our passions in a magazine. We will identify roles within our teams such as editor, photographers and writers and create mood boards, decide on content and submit articles to be passed through the editor before publishing our final design and delivering them to local surgeries.

Autumn Term Project 2017

‘What if there is no place like home?’

Throughout this project we achieved many great things with our learning, from our understanding of homeless life, to the local organisations available to support the homeless in Lincoln. Our project required us to identify products and donations that would help the homeless and then for us to write letters to local companies to ask for them.

The support received was great and we were able to create over 25 gift bags and 10 hampers for The Nomad Trust in Lincoln. You can read their Facebook post about our donations below.

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As well as this we were able to take part in a live interview with BBC Radio Lincolnshire, meet the local MP, Karen Lee and visit numerous places such as the Walkers Factory, Lincolnshire Co-Op and Tesco.


Keep following our twitter page for updates throughout the term of all our exciting learning!



Welcome to Class 12’s Page!

This term we are starting off with the essential question ‘What if there is no place like home?’ We will be looking into the life of the homeless in Lincoln and generating gifts to give them for Christmas.

Keep following our twitter page for updates throughout the term of all our exciting learning!



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We are really excited to be learning about the Homefront during World War Two and hoping to be able to answer our essential question “Are Wars only fought on Battlefields?”. Our classroom has a wartime street, a period living room with sofa, fireplace and radio. We even have our very own bomb shelter.

Screen Shot 2016-10-06 at 21.23.29We enjoyed a super visit to Lincolnshire Life Museum where we got a chance to investigate evacuees and rationing with help from the museum staff.
We have kick-started our writing this term with a focus on news reports. One morning we came into the class to find that a bomb had landed on the street. Poor Mrs Bean and the ARP warden had to answer lots of questions from the Screen Shot 2016-10-06 at 21.25.00children as they tried to find facts as journalists. We also had a German spy land on our field. The children were very careful not to let him get away before Mr Bratby and Mr Barratt came to make a citizen’s arrest.

Coming up, we will be looking at non-chronological reports and writing our own information texts on Judaism and after half term, we will be doing a novel study on Goodnight Mr Tom.

Screen Shot 2016-10-06 at 21.26.30Our numeracy has involved measuring angles to find enemy aircraft, drawing angles to hit the dams like the Dambusters and finding the area and perimeter of victory gardens. We have been trying to get quicker at recalling our times tables facts, so we need to be practising these regularly at home.

For our end of project exhibition, we will invite members of the local community to an afternoon tea, where they will be able to sample some delicious jam and cake, and listen to some of our wartime stories in our immersive classrooms.

Keep track of all the happenings from Class 12 on our Twitter link