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On Friday, the whole class came outside and took part in an investigation! They had to use the map to find the clues that had been left around the school and then decide who the culprit was. Afterwards, we used the skills they had learnt last year to build a fire and boil the kettle. They then enjoyed hot chocolate and a biscuit before playing some team games.

This week, 5EW took their crime and punishment topic outside...

  • They played a game solving clues and finding letters to spell out words that linked to their topic.
  • They used their art skills to draw facial composites. (A facial composite is a graphical representation of an eyewitness's memory of a face. They are used by police in their investigation of crimes and help to reconstruct the suspect's face in hope of identifying them).
  • They also investigated their own fingerprints by lifting them with baby powder and sellotape and then by using ink on paper.


Here are some types of fingerprints. What does yours look like?


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