This Week In School…
Year 3 – have been busy writing instructions on How to Make the Most Spectacular Seawig and they have continued their understanding of fractions by working on word problems.
Year 4 – have been writing their persuasive letter to supermarkets, urging them to recycle more plastic. In Maths, the children have been learning how to find fractions of amounts. As part of the Take One Picture week, they have also looked at geometric shapes within moons.
Year 5 – have been tackling multiplying and dividing fractions. They have all persevered to ensure that they have reached their goal - they should all be extremely proud of their achievements in Maths this week. In Literacy, they have been focusing on writing a narrative, including a fantasy world. It would be amazing if children could tell you about this narrative text - maybe they could improvise and turn it into a drama with siblings and friends? Take One Picture has been a real success this week! Year 5 have been creating giant graphs, having fun with water in Science (hoping that Miss Manni and Mrs Jaques were going to get very wet!).
Year 6 – have edited and published their fantastic non-chronological reports about red foxes. Now they know an incredible amount about this amazing creature. In addition, they have been revising their spelling and grammar understanding daily SPaG lessons. In Maths, they have been measuring and drawing angles using a protractor and particularly enjoyed their Take One Pictur' Maths lesson where they measured angles on Picasso portraits. Their science experiment, where we tested air pressure using an egg and a conical flask, was a lot of fun!
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