On Wednesday 12th December, Class 2 welcomed Woody the reading dog into school....
In Class 4 we have had a very exciting arrival this morning!...
Today class 5 have started to develop their understanding of numbers with...
All Classes Activity Flow
In Class 4 we have had a very exciting arrival this morning! We are going to be spending the next couple of weeks observing the life cycle of some silkworms. This will be part of our science topic for this half term. They have arrived today as lots of little eggs and we’ve learnt that they have to be kept at 23 degrees Celsius for them to hatch. We have been discussing the different stages of the life of a silkworm and we are very excited for the next stage where we get to see them hatch!
- 5.93 ÷ 1000 =
- 7832 x 32 =
- 7.9 – 4.65 =
- 60 x 70 =
- 78,234 + 6253 =
- 4000 – 876 =
- 7523 ÷ 8 =
- 3³ + 10 =
- 8 + 4 x 7 =
- 1615 ÷ 19 =
- ÷ 6 =
- x =
- + =
- 1 – =
A brilliant (free) website to help develop rapid recall for times tables.
Spellings to be tested on 25th January 2019.
Mrs Horton’s group – 18th January 2019
Mrs Di Donato’s group – 18th January 2019
Just a reminder that Forest school will be starting again tomorrow afternoon. As the temperature has now dropped, please can you send your child in with an extra layer i.e. fleece or jumper. Forest school will then continue to run every other Wednesday.
Spellings to be tested on Friday 18th January 2019
Mrs Horton’s group – 11th January 2019
Mrs Di Donato’s group – 11th January 2019
There is a letter coming home today with all Class 3 and Class 4 children regarding the trip to Grosvenor Museum in Chester on 29th January.
Please can the form and monies be returned by Friday 18th January as I have to confirm numbers for the museum and coach company.
Today class 5 have started to develop their understanding of numbers with 3 decimal places. We used art straws to develop our understanding of what each digit in a number would represent.
Due to the chaos of the last week, unfortunately we haven’t had time to change the children’s reading books. Instead have a go at reading books from home, Christmas cards, magazines etc. I know the Christmas holiday is a busy time, so don’t feel the need to record any learning that is done over the holiday in your child’s reading diary. Alternatively, I have given out a Christmas checklist and thought it would be nice for the children to create a collage of photographs/ pictures/ drawings, telling us about all the Christmas traditions they get up to over the holiday.
Have a lovely break, I’m sure the children certainly need it!
Merry Christmas to you and thank you for the generous gifts!
Class 5’s class read has been Cogheart. We have loved all the twists and turns and enjoyed making predictions about the plot.
As part of our literacy work we have been looking at writing diary extracts from different characters perspectives. Matilda has worked really hard incorporate diary extracts within a letter. Excellent work and vocabulary choice Matilda!