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Exciting Eden Camp!

On Friday, Classes 8 and 9 went to Eden Camp to tie in with our World War 2 topic learning. We all had a fantastic day looking around all the different huts and found out lots of really interesting information from an array of learning areas. Not even the chilly weather and...
Posted On 17 Mar 2017
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Next Week…

Next Week In English next week, we will be looking at a variety of features from newspaper reports. Next week in maths, we will be exploring shape, ratios and percentages as well as interpreting data from graphs. Other Notes We are taking part in The Big Pedal this year which...
Posted On 16 Mar 2017
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Homework Project…

Thinking back to our topic World War II, for your next homework project we would like you to create a game involving all the facts and knowledge you have learnt about this part of history over this term. It could be a board game, a card game, a game on scratch, memory...
Posted On 16 Mar 2017
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Year 6 Tests!

This week, the Year 6’s having been doing practice tests in the hall in preparation for their actual SATs in May. They have all worked really hard this week and both Miss Platts and I are very pleased and proud of all their efforts. Well done guys!
Posted On 16 Mar 2017
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Roman Numerals Timeline…

On Tuesday morning, Class 8 applied their understanding of Roman Numerals to plot key dates from history onto a timeline, writing in the dates in Roman Numerals rather than our own number system!  
Posted On 14 Mar 2017
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Terrific Teaching!

On Monday afternoon, Class 8 put their plans into practise by teaching their short lesson to another child in the class. There was an abundance of fantastic teaching strategies implemented to make each other’s learning as interactive and creative as possible. I was so...
Posted On 14 Mar 2017
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Next Week…

In English next week, we will be writing out our fictional obituary in neat. Next week in Maths we will be revising Roman numerals and using them in different contexts. In Class 8, you will be teaching your short lesson to your partner on Monday afternoon. Please come prepared!...
Posted On 09 Mar 2017
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Homework Project

Your next homework project will have a P.E. theme. We would like you to write and lead a short warm-up activity of approximately five minutes for a P.E. lesson related to our current hockey unit. You could use existing ideas such as follow the leader or you could make up an...
Posted On 09 Mar 2017
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An Effective Learner…

This week in our PSCHE session, we came up with a list of key attributes necessary to be considered an effective learner. We then thought carefully about how we can learn in different ways using an array of learning styles. The children then got into pairs and planned a short...
Posted On 06 Mar 2017
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Ratio Problems…

On Monday morning, Class 8 learnt about what is meant by ratio and proportion, two concepts many children were under confident with before the session. The children then used their much-improved ratio skills to solve a range of problems successfully.
Posted On 06 Mar 2017
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Wonderful World Book Day…

On Friday, Class 8 had a very exciting World Book Day. We wrote brilliant book reviews, made creative bookmarks and talked about our favourite book to other children in class. To top this off, we split into groups and took part in the KS2 Bumper Book Quiz wher...
Posted On 03 Mar 2017
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Next Week…

Next Week In English, we will look at features of an obituary and start to plan a fictional obituary individually. Next week in maths, we will be looking at ratio and proportion and coordinates. In our Science work next week, we will continue learning about forces. Other Notes...
Posted On 02 Mar 2017
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Homework Project

Your next homework project will have a P.E. theme. We would like you to write and lead a short warm-up activity of approximately five minutes for a P.E. lesson related to our current hockey unit. You could use existing ideas such as follow the leader or you could make up an...
Posted On 02 Mar 2017
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Exploring The World By Numbers And Measurements!

On Wednesday afternoon, Class 8 had an exciting, thought-provoking and engaging maths session all about exploring the different possibilities numbers can describe around the world. Instead of having a question and finding the answer, it was flipped the other way around so we had...
Posted On 01 Mar 2017
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Our Lives…

On Tuesday morning, Class 8 looked at the key features of a biography in our English lesson. The children went in pairs and took it in turns to ask a series of interesting open and closed questions about each other’s lives so far!  
Posted On 01 Mar 2017
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Perfect Presentations!

On the last Friday of half term, Park Grove Year 6’s gave presentations to other Year 6’s about what they did during their trip to either NatWest or John Lewis. The NatWest group presented the range of different activities they did, such as creating their own cafe and to try and...
Posted On 01 Mar 2017
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Have a Wonderful Holiday!

You’ve all worked incredibly hard this half term so please have a lovely holiday with your families and friends! As it is a holiday, there will be no homework set this week. Please remember that you come back to school on Monday 27th February. With Best Wishes from Mr Mastrelli...
Posted On 14 Feb 2017
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Chicken Clauses…

On Tuesday morning, Class 8 looked at the differences between main and subordinate clauses. Then in pairs, they wrote a short, creative description using a picture stimulus (of three chickens!) to show their understanding of these clauses, particularly focusing on the accurate...
Posted On 14 Feb 2017
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Cracking Compliments!

On Monday afternoon, Class 8 discussed the importance of positive language in our school. With this important advice in their minds, each member of Class 8 used an array of adjectives and adverbs to write about a classmate who they admire. It was delightful to hear all of you...
Posted On 13 Feb 2017
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Super Solutions!

Class 8 undertook an exciting problem solving session in Maths on Monday. Using logical patterns, the children had to use the number of legs from three different animals to help make an accurate total to help Yoda try to turn the Year 6 teachers into giraffes! Each child...
Posted On 13 Feb 2017
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Next Week…

Next week in English we will write a creative poem based on Park Grove’s rights and responsibilities. In maths, we will convert between fractions, decimals and percentages in different ways. Other Notes On Wednesday, some of the Y6’s will be visiting NatWest bank as part of...
Posted On 08 Feb 2017
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Homework Project

Imagine a book is being written about the rights and responsibilities of the children of Park Grove Primary School. Your task is to design a cover for the book. You will need to think carefully about how you present the cover because you want people to pick up your book to read!...
Posted On 08 Feb 2017
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Life with Jibo…

On Tuesday morning, Class 8 watched a video clip about a family friendly robot called Jibo. Each child then wrote a diary entry from a child’s perspective explaining what life was like living with Jibo, thinking carefully about the benefits as well as potential drawbacks.  
Posted On 08 Feb 2017
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Art Attack…

Class 8 were lucky enough to have a special art morning taught by Louise Brooke, an art specialist from EBOR Academy. The children started to create World War 2 themed boxes using a range of very creative ideas.
Posted On 08 Feb 2017
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Quiz Club!

On Monday afternoon, Class 8 completed a general knowledge quiz. The children coped well with the array of questions which covered subjects such as science, maths and geography. I wonder which children will represent Park Grove at the annual Quiz Club competition…
Posted On 08 Feb 2017
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Next Week…

Next Week Next week in English we will write a creative piece of writing based on a video clip. In maths, we will be applying our understanding of multiplication and division to solve a range of problems. In our Science work next week, we will continue to learn about forces...
Posted On 02 Feb 2017
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Homework Project

Imagine a book is being written about the rights and responsibilities of the children of Park Grove Primary School. Your task is to design a cover for the book. You will need to think carefully about how you present the cover because you want people to pick up your book to read!...
Posted On 01 Feb 2017
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Flashback Stories…

This week, Class 8 have been very busy writing their own World War 2 related flashback stories. Cue a range of exciting events filled with fluctuating feelings and emotions, vivid imagery and several twists and turns. They have all been a delight to read!
Posted On 01 Feb 2017
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Money, Money, Money…

On Wednesday afternoon, Year 6’s from Class 8 and 9 took part in an exciting session run by representatives from either NatWest or John Lewis as part of their Children’s university project.
Posted On 01 Feb 2017
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Rights and Responsibilities…

On Monday afternoon, Class 8 created posters inspired by the five rights created by Park Grove’s School Council. We learnt about the five new rights – Play safely, Inclusion, Good manners, Respect, Positive language – and thought  carefully about the...
Posted On 01 Feb 2017
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Next Week…

Next Week In English, we will be writing the flashback and conclusion parts of our narrative piece of writing. In our maths sessions, we will be learning to divide fractions accurately as well as continuing to find properties of shapes. Other Notes Y6s – Please remember to...
Posted On 26 Jan 2017
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Homework Project…

Thank you all for your wonderful research projects based on people who took part in the Second World War. For your next task, we’d like you to think about how people on the Home Front supported the war effort by growing their own food, salvaging waste or making do and mending...
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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World War 2 Projects…

This week, we shared homework projects in groups and everyone found out a huge amount about some of the people who lived through the Second World War.  Thank you so much to everyone who shared memories, stories and artefacts belonging to family members.
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Air-Raid Shelter!

On Monday afternoon, an air-raid siren sounded in Class 8 and we all made our way in an orderly fashion to our magnificent newly constructed air-raid shelter.  Once inside, we discussed how people during World War 2 might have kept themselves occupied during air-raids and...
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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May The Force Be With You…

On Wednesday afternoon, Class 8 learnt about the life and achievements of Sir Isaac Newton with a particular focus on his discovery of gravity. Each child produced an eye-catching poster to display their learning about this very famous scientist.
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Air-Raid Shelter!

On Monday afternoon, an air-raid siren sounded in Class 8 and we all made our way in an orderly fashion to our magnificent newly constructed air-raid shelter.  Once inside, we discussed how people during World War 2 might have kept themselves occupied during air-raids and...
Posted On 25 Jan 2017
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Next Week…

English Next week we are going to be planning and starting to write our own flashback story related to World War 2, inspired by our reading of Carrie’s War. Maths In maths next week, we will be looking at shape in more detail and exploring volume! We will also be delving into the...
Posted On 19 Jan 2017
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Homework Projects…

Thank you all for your wonderful research projects based on people who took part in the Second World War. For your next task, we’d like you to think about how people on the Home Front supported the war effort by growing their own food, salvaging waste or making do and mending...
Posted On 19 Jan 2017
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Tremendous Theatre Trip!

On Wednesday, Class 8 were very fortunate to take part in a fun-filled day of drama activities at the De Grey rooms, relating to the exciting war based text we are currently reading in class – Carrie’s War. The children learnt a lot about life as an evacuee, as well...
Posted On 18 Jan 2017
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Magical Multiplication…

On Tuesday morning,  Class 8 revisited calculating long multiplication in different contexts. The main task required the children to work out the value of different letters in order for a multiplication calculation to be correct. Earlier on in the year, many children struggled...
Posted On 17 Jan 2017
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Battle of Britain…

This week we acted out the Battle of Britain in our P.E. session. After many twists and turns, I was delighted to announce that the Royal Air Force defended the United Kingdom successfully against the German Air Force (Luftwaffe) attacks.
Posted On 17 Jan 2017
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Marvellous Multiplication!

On Tuesday morning,  Class 8 revisited calculating long multiplication in different contexts. The main task required the children to work out the value of different letters in order for a multiplication calculation to be correct. This was a task the children found difficult...
Posted On 17 Jan 2017
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Next Week…

English Next week in English we will be continuing to read “Carrie’s War” and will write about some of the different characters we meet. Maths In maths next week, we shall be looking at area and perimeter in more detail and challenging ourselves with some missing number problems!...
Posted On 12 Jan 2017
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Homework Project…

Remember that for your first homework project of 2017, we would like you to carry out either research into a significant person from the war or interview and collect the memories of someone you know who may have been involved or lived during the war. If you choose to research a...
Posted On 12 Jan 2017
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Homework Project…

Remember that for your first homework project of 2017, we would like you to carry out either research into a significant person from the war or interview and collect the memories of someone you know who may have been involved or lived during the war. If you choose to research a...
Posted On 12 Jan 2017
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Evacuation…

This week, Class 8 have found out a lot more about evacuation, specifically thinking about what life was like for evacuees in World War 2.
Posted On 12 Jan 2017
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Deep Diary Entries…

On Thursday morning, we read the first few chapters of the story “Carrie’s War” by Nina Bowden. Each child wrote from the perspective of Carrie to describe the series of events that led to the worst day in her life.  
Posted On 12 Jan 2017
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Perfect Place Value!

On Monday, we applied our knowledge of reading and writing numbers upto seven digits to an exciting dice game, where we added to and subtracted from a range of totals.  
Posted On 12 Jan 2017
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Timelines…

On Wednesday afternoon, we started to look at key events from World War 2 and ordered them on a timeline in our books. We will be looking at some of these events in greater detail in the upcoming weeks!  
Posted On 05 Jan 2017
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Homework Project…

Our Spring topic in Key Stage 2 is World War II. This is a fascinating topic in which many important events happened.   For your first homework project of 2017 we would like you to carry out either research into a significant person from the war or interview and collect the...
Posted On 05 Jan 2017
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Next Week…

English Next week in English we will be starting to read the story “Carrie’s War” by Nina Bawden. We will be doing some creative writing based on events from the first few chapters. Maths In maths next week we’ll be working reading, writing and comparing numbers...
Posted On 05 Jan 2017
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Have a Wonderful Holiday!

You’ve all worked incredibly hard this term so please have a lovely holiday with your families and friends! As it is a holiday, there will be no homework set. Please remember that you come back to school on Wednesday 4th January. With Best Wishes from Mr Mastrelli and Mr Symonds.
Posted On 14 Dec 2016
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End of Term…

Today is your penultimate day this term in Class 8. I have greatly enjoyed teaching all of you, as you have a great attitude to work, are extremely enthusiastic and always willing to learn! What have you enjoyed about Class 8 this term? Do you have a favourite activity or set of...
Posted On 14 Dec 2016
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Winter Projects…

On Thursday morning, we looked at each other’s homework projects. I was so impressed with the imagination, creativity and humour of your winter party ideas!  
Posted On 14 Dec 2016
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Coming Home!

On Monday we created the last three stanzas to the Michael Morpurgo book, ‘ Coming Home’. It was an enjoyable lesson and everyone loved using the poetic (but not completely) style of the author. This was a very creative lesson with lots of vivid description. Another great part...
Posted On 14 Dec 2016
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Don’t Stop The Party!

We had a fantastic Stone Age themed Christmas party on Tuesday. The morning was filled with fabulous Stone Age activities including cave painting and testing puzzles. After lunch the children changed into their party outfits and costumes and took part in the thrilling ‘rock,...
Posted On 14 Dec 2016
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Next Week…

English Next week in English we will be writing some Christmas poetry and exploring some Christmas related stories! Maths In maths next week we’ll be completing Christmas activities and using our problem solving skills for Christmas related activities! Other Notes On Tuesday it’s...
Posted On 08 Dec 2016
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Homework Project

Remember your last homework project for this term: we’d like you to design a poster for a Winter party taking place in the Stone Age era. Your project should be presented neatly in a way that can be displayed in our class. It should include details of when and where the party is;...
Posted On 08 Dec 2016
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Marvellous Measuring…

On Wednesday afternoon, Class 8 undertook a scientific investigation in groups about shoe sizes. Each group chose a specific question, planned, measured and wrote up their investigation with some very interesting findings!  
Posted On 07 Dec 2016
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Oh What A Match…

Tuesday morning saw the fifth Table Tennis Ladder League final and what a titanic tussle it was. Eventually after two of the best quality sets in a final Park Grove has ever seen, Reuben Pugh was the new winner beating Kian Kennedy 11-9 11-9 in front of an enthralled crowd of Key...
Posted On 06 Dec 2016
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Sensational Stone Age Projects…

Friday afternoon saw each Class 8 member share and explore our latest homework projects, which were all different and creative representations of Stone Age adventures. I think everyone will agree that these were the most creative, exciting and tasty homework projects we have all...
Posted On 06 Dec 2016
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Homework Project…

For your next homework project, we’d like you to design a poster for a Winter party taking place in the Stone Age era. Your project should be presented neatly in a way that can be displayed in our class. It should include details of when and where the party is; what is...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Next Week…

English Next week in our writing we will be linking more work to our topic and exploring Stone Age houses! Maths In maths next week we’ll be looking at converting units of measurement, and in particular looking at the conversion between miles and kilometres. Other Notes Getting...
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Fabulous shapes…

On Thursday morning, we were very fortunate to have students from York St Johns University come in to teach us a range of shape based tasks.  
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Terrific Table Tennis!

The Table Tennis Ladder League semi-finals took place on Wednesday. After two fabulous matches, Class 8’s Reuben  will play Kian in the final, which will be played on Tuesday 6th December in front of the whole of Key Stage 2.
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Rockin Research!

This week in English we have been researching about different Stone Age artefacts. Each child wrote a formal information card about an artefact, writing as an expert!   
Posted On 01 Dec 2016
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Next Week…

English Next week in English we will developing our enquiry and archaeology skills further by looking and writing about Stone Age artefacts in more detail. Maths In maths next week, we will be adding and subtracting a range of fractions! Other Notes Year 6’s, please remember your...
Posted On 24 Nov 2016
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Homework Project…

Please remember that for your next homework project, imagine that you have been whisked back in time to Pre-historic Britain!  Think about what you may see there and who – or what! – you may come across. Did you have any Stone Age adventures during your trip? We’d like you to...
Posted On 23 Nov 2016
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Growth Charts…

In science this week, Class 8 have been comparing existing and new growth charts to understand and describe changes of a baby’s weight.   
Posted On 23 Nov 2016
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Now That’s What I Call A Super Skype!

On Wednesday morning, the whole of Key Stage 2 were fortunate enough to have a very special Skype conversation with a real life archeologist, who works at Dig in York. He spoke about his job with a clear focus on findings from Ancient Britain, to link with our current topic....
Posted On 23 Nov 2016
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Marvellous Maths Assembly!

Well done Class 8! We’re feeling so very proud of you all; you performed wonderfully this morning, were incredibly enthusiastic and showed off some magnificent dance moves! Mr Symonds and I have had a great deal of fun with our marvellous maths assembly and it was great to...
Posted On 22 Nov 2016
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Next Week…

English In English next week, we will be continuing our writing linked to the Stone Age. Maths In our maths lessons we will be applying our knowledge of percentages to word problem questions. Other It is our class assembly on Tuesday at 9am. Make sure you learn your lines ready...
Posted On 17 Nov 2016
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Homework Project…

For your next homework project, imagine that you have been whisked back in time to Pre-historic Britain!  Think about what you may see there and who – or what! – you may come across. Did you have any Stone Age adventures during your trip? We’d like you to present Stone Age...
Posted On 17 Nov 2016
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Retrieving and Presenting…

On Wednesday morning, we learnt about The Secrets of Stonehenge . In pairs, the children retrieved and presented information about different sections to other children in the class.    
Posted On 16 Nov 2016
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NSPCC Workshop

As part of Anti-Bullying week,  Class 8 were lucky enough to take part in a workshop taught by staff from the NSPCC. The children learnt about how to prevent different types of bullying as well as finding out what they could do and who they could call if they are worried or...
Posted On 14 Nov 2016
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Percentage Fact Webs…

On Monday morning, Class 8 learnt about how to make logical links between numbers to calculate percentage amounts with greater ease. They produced magnificent fact webs showing these links clearly and on the whole successfully!
Posted On 14 Nov 2016
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Next Week…

English In English next week we will be continuing our writing on the Stone Age and will be finding out about Stonehenge. Maths In our maths lessons we will be applying our division skills, learnt from this week, to calculate percentages and the mean in different contexts. Other...
Posted On 10 Nov 2016
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Homework Project…

Your next project will have a Stone Age Maths theme! We would like you to write at least three Maths word problems related to the Stone Age. You can make them as challenging as you wish, however please remember that each question must make sense and be possible to answer by your...
Posted On 09 Nov 2016
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Stone Age Timeline

We have started our new topic this term on Ancient Britain by finding out about significant events from the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages. These important facts were represented clearly on accurate timelines by everyone in Class 8!   
Posted On 09 Nov 2016
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Perfect Plotting…

On Wednesday morning in our Science lesson, we plotted a scattergram which compared the mass of a small adult mammal to the lengths of their gestation periods. The children then used the data to explain the main trends/patterns, with most finding that the...
Posted On 09 Nov 2016
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Amazing Acting…

This week in English, we studied a dramatic story called “The Secret Cave”. The children acted out key scenes as characters in small groups, thinking carefully about the varying feelings and motives of each character during their main adventure.   
Posted On 09 Nov 2016
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Have a Wonderful Holiday!

You’ve all worked incredibly hard this half term so please have a lovely holiday with your families and friends! As it is a holiday, there will be no homework set this week. Please remember that you come back to school on Monday 31st October. With Best Wishes from Mr Mastrelli...
Posted On 18 Oct 2016
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Playscripts…

After days of preparation, Monday was the day when each group finally completed writing their own playscript based on a story from another culture. Every child worked really hard and the quality and humour in each collaborative playscript was clear to see!
Posted On 18 Oct 2016
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‘Magical Multiplication!

This week, Class 8 have explored multiplication in different contexts. The culmination of their learning was  a task which required the children to work out the value of different letters in order for a multiplication calculation to be correct. Each pair...
Posted On 18 Oct 2016
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Super Scientists…

On Monday afternoon, Class 8 used their investigative skills to find out key information about a famous scientist – Charles Darwin. Each pair produced a fact file about him using an array of information sources, with a particular focus on...
Posted On 18 Oct 2016
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Next Week…

English Next week in English we will be finishing off and performing our fantastic playscripts of Sinbad’s voyages. Maths In maths we will be exploring long multiplication in more detail and using RUCSAC to tackle word problems. Spelling Please make sure you complete your...
Posted On 13 Oct 2016
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Homework Project…

Remember that for your next homework project we would like you to research recycling. This is a very important issue for the future of our planet. You could look at which materials can be recycled and which cannot, look at the impact of recycling or not recycling on the Earth or...
Posted On 13 Oct 2016
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Code of Conduct

In our topic lesson on Wednesday afternoon, we explored the code of conduct practised by Buddhists. We looked at the Eightfold Path and used drama techniques to further our understanding of each rule.
Posted On 13 Oct 2016
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Spectacular Shapes!

On Wednesday morning, we recalled our prior knowledge of shapes, using what we know about shapes to identify their properties and classify them. We then looked at properties of circles and calculated the diameter and radius accurately.
Posted On 13 Oct 2016
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Playscripts!

This week in English, we have continued exploring stories from the Arabian Nights and read the Voyages of Sinbad. Each group summarised one of his voyages and then applied their understanding of the story to create a collaborative playscript.  
Posted On 13 Oct 2016
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Next Week…

English Next week we will be exploring the features of writing and performing playscripts. Maths In maths next week, we will be describing properties of  2d shapes and naming the different parts of a circle. Other notes Next week is Walk to School week which we will be...
Posted On 06 Oct 2016
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Homework…

We really enjoyed hearing your tasty recipes in class and hope to try a few out! Well done for exciting our taste buds. For your next homework project we would like you to research recycling. This is a very important issue for the future of our planet. You could look at which...
Posted On 06 Oct 2016
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School Council Elections…

On Tuesday afternoon,the day our four class candidates had been waiting for finally arrived:the all important vote. All the children in Class 8 voted, with the winning male and female candidates being announced in Good Work Assembly on Friday morning!   
Posted On 04 Oct 2016
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Salad Faces!

On Tuesday morning, everyone in Class 8 made a salad face using a range of healthy ingredients. There were many fantastic creative and imaginative designs. I was delighted to see so many children eat the contents on their salad face too!
Posted On 04 Oct 2016
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Fitness Fun

As part of health and wellbeing week,  Class 8 have taken part in a range of exciting fitness activities. On Monday morning, we had a visit from AXIOM sports who delivered fun and action-packed games which all the children greatly enjoyed!   
Posted On 04 Oct 2016
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Next Week…

English Next week, as part of our topic and health and wellbeing week, we will be exploring how we can help save the wellbeing of our planet. Maths In maths next week, we will be rounding numbers and starting to look at written multiplication methods. Other notes You’ve all been...
Posted On 29 Sep 2016
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Homework Project…

Remember for next homework project, we’d like you to plan a meal using seasonal ingredients (as part of our ‘Save the Planet’ topic). Your project should be presented neatly in a way that can be displayed in our class and could include a straightforward written menu, a recipe, or...
Posted On 29 Sep 2016
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Homework Projects

We have looked at our fabulous homework book covers this week. Each child thought carefully about why they chose to include each item on their book cover with some very interesting reasons provided.  If you want to see the thought patterns of Class 8, they are now on display...
Posted On 26 Sep 2016
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Catalogue Change…

We have been applying our learning of addition and subtraction this week in a real life context, as the children in pairs calculated change from £20,£50,£100 and even £1000 after choosing items to buy from a classic Argos catalogue. I was very impressed with your precise...
Posted On 26 Sep 2016
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Around the World…

On Monday afternoon, Class 8 learnt about the names of several capital cities from across a range of countries and continents. Class 8- What new information did you learn from this session?   
Posted On 26 Sep 2016
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