This morning we took advantage of the sunshine and went outside for our maths lesson. We used an app called Skitch to take photos of parallel and perpendicular lines and annotate the photos. It was lots of fun and we founds lots of examples of these lines on the school grounds.
In the afternoon we designed a Victorian style poster in topic for our delicious handmade ice cream. We also tasted our three flavours and they were so scrumptious that Mrs Hobbs, Mrs Crichard and Mrs Wren came to try them. We definitely recommend that you make your own ice cream!
This morning in maths we were learning about parallel and perpendicular lines. We are enjoying this and will be moving onto angles tomorrow.
Word of the Day was ‘undisputed’ and here are some of our sentences.
We learning about prefixes this term in our grammar lessons and today we were looking at the ‘dis’ prefix. Some of us worked with Mrs Johanson to find as many words in the dictionary with the ‘dis’ and ‘un’ prefix and these words will be going up on display.
On Monday we learnt a new division method in maths. It’s called the bus stop method and when you get the hand of it, it’s pretty easy.
The NSPCC came in for a thank you assembly because we raised £2064 for our sponsored danceathon. Here were are showing off our moves.
In computer we were describing the Mad Hatter because we are going to make a movie trailer about him!
Written by Harry and Amelie.
This afternoon we enjoyed practising our throwing and catching skills for tag rugby. We found it quite hard to not throw the ball in front of us but we got there in the end. After this we played a game of cat and mouse and this is when you have to tag your partner and collect their ribbon. It was lots of fun.
After P.E we learnt about Victorian workhouses in topic. These were not nice places to live and children were separated from their parents and had to work very hard. We can tell you lots more about workhouses at home.