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Homework

Remember that for your current 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...
Posted On 12 Oct 2016
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Pedestrian Training

Very appropriately as it’s Walk to School Week, we’ve had our first Year 4 pedestrian training session.  We listened carefully, followed instructions very well and showed that we understood the green cross code
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Dramatic Moments!

This week we’ve been studying a play based on the traditional Indian story Savitri.   We’ve been analysing the play and identifying its themes, have discussed the characters and then had chance to act scenes out.  Later on, we’ll be working as theatre critics to...
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Halving, Doubling and Fractions

This week we’ve been investigating patterns when we halve and double 3 digit numbers.  We’ve also been working in groups to explore equivalent fractions
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Next Week in Class 5

Next Week in Class 5 English Next week in English we will be writing a newspaper report about global warming. This is linked to our current topic ‘save the planet’ and our class book ‘The Polar Bears’ Home’. Spellings You have been given your...
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Homework Project

Here is a reminder of your current homework project: We really enjoyed hearing and tasting some of your 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...
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Creating lots of volume! 

Classes 5 and 6 joined forces on Wednesday for a fantastic science experiment. Children were given various items and had to work in teams to create the loudest decibel reading using the items. The children were very experimental with balloons in water, waving bits of cardboard,...
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Making a lot of noise! 

This week in science Miss Clayton posed the question ‘How can we alter the loudness of a sound?’ We carried out a range of experiments to find out the answer to this question. Come and look at our work to find out our results!
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Super shapes!

This morning we had to recall our prior knowledge of shapes, using what we know about shapes to identify their properties and classify them. We explored the number of sides, vertices and angles, and looked at parallel and equal sides of a range of shapes which we really enjoyed!...
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Finding features of playscripts

To enable us to create our own perfect plays based on the story of Sinbad we explored yesterday, we first need to make sure we understand the features used to create playscripts! To do this, we explored an example in our pairs, identifying the key features and collaborating as a...
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Researching global warming 

During our English lesson on Wednesday we started to gather information about global warming. We used the chrome books to help us find out the information which we will use next week to write a newspaper report.
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