Weekly Bulletin - 4th October 2019
This Week In School…
Year 3 – have been looking at the formal method of subtraction in Maths. They have also been writing a formal letter to our local MP about starting a campaign to protect our environment from climate change – very important stuff! They have had a fantastic afternoon getting ready for the end of the year by designing Christmas/Winter cards that will be available to buy at the end of the month!
Year 4 – have explored the structure of a newspaper and we have started to employ those features in our own writing. In maths, we have used column addition to work out single and multi-step problems. In science, we have concluded our investigation on tooth decay and have found that blackcurrant squash did the most damage to our eggs. In humanities, we have been looking at the economy of Ghana and how trade and exportation helps to improve a country's economy.
Year 5 – have been finishing their narrative writing and have written some amazing sentences! You will be really impressed when you come and see their work! Lots of children in Year 5 have completed their Bikeability course and are now ready to ride the streets of Iver! Watch out!
Year 6 – have been writing their own escape stories, linked to their book, 'The Last Wild' in English. So far the stories are great and everyone is looking forward to reading them all once they are finished. They have had a focus on RE this week and the children have learnt about creation stories and beliefs for different religions.
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