This Week In School:
Year 3 – have continued with their book and have imagined they are the main character from Oliver and the Seawigs and have written a letter to Iris the mermaid from his perspective. The children have worked hard using the Yr3 success criteria. In Maths, they have been working on Money problems by adding and subtracting amounts of money as well as working out change to be give using number lines.
Year 4 – have been working on fractions this week, understanding what the numerator and denominator are and how to find quantities of an amount. In English, we have been writing a persuasive advertisement for Isatou Cessay's purses made out of recycled plastic bags.
Year 5 – have finished writing their narrative based on their class reader. It was amazing to see Year 5 use all their creative juices to write imaginative and interesting stories. In Maths, they revised through adding, subtracting and multiplying fractions- what a tricky topic! In Science, Year 5 have created their very own boats to observe water resistance in action, as well as looking at stream-lined shapes.
Year 6 – have been fantastic during assessment week! Their hard work and concentration has been excellent - well done! During English, they have been drafting an adventure story using exciting vocabulary and adventurous punctuation. They have also been desperately trying to finish their Power of Reading book 'Pax' so that we can find out what happens before half term! On Tuesday, they learnt all about how to remain safe on the internet during an informative assembly and a PSHE lesson taught by Mrs Herring.
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