I can’t believe that 7.5 weeks have been and gone! It’s been a busy but fun filled term and the children are adapting well to Key Stage 2. Dojo points have been a huge hit and the children have worked hard to earn a mouth dropping 2,211. Next term they will be aiming to reach 4,000 points to earn their reward of hosting a ‘Cherry Class Christmas Cafe’ for parents!
The blog will be updated over the half term with all of the exciting things that we’ll be learning next term. Don’t forget that you can comment on our posts and please encourage extended family members to take a look and comment as well. The children absolutely love reading them.
Today we were very lucky because Graham (Skye and Mattie’s Dad) came in and told us about his travels around Japan. He told us that Mount Fuji is an active volcano. Lots of us found the bullet train REALLY interesting. Mrs Johanson and Mrs Barker dressed up in Kimonos and we were given some delicious biscuits decorated with the Japanese flag! Because it is World Maths Day as well, we learnt how to play Sudoku and then played the world on Mathletics.
Today is World Literacy Day and we used the laptops to practise our spellings on Spellodrome. As part of Global Week and World Literacy Day, we wrote our names in Japanese and coloured them in. We learnt that there are 3 different types of alphabet for the Japanese language. We can’t wait for World Maths Day tomorrow!