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Growing graphs and difficult data!

In our science lessons we have been exploring animals including humans, and today we explored some very scientific graphs showing the growths charts of boy and girl babies. We had to identify data from these graphs and complete a table comparing old and new growth rates. We had...
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Spellings

Spellings this week will focus on the ‘aw’ phoneme but more specifically the ‘aw’, ‘au’, ‘al’ and ‘augh’ graphemes. 
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Nativity rehearsals

The children have been rehearsing this year’s school nativity, Whoops-a-Daisy Angel. They are super excited to perform it to parents next week! 
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Exciting maths

Class 3 had some visitors this week from York St. John University come and play different maths games them. They were really well behaved and did Park Grove proud!
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Maths Workshops with Students

On Wednesday we had a great time working with students from St Johns on maths games that had been specifically designed for us.  We explored 2D and 3D shapes, used protractors and carried out a wide range of exciting maths investigations.
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History Detectives

We’ve been archaeological detectives this week as we worked in groups to investigate a model burial barrow, a photograph of a skeleton and a collection of grave goods just like real archaeologists.  We had a fantastic time deciding whether each barrow and its contents were...
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Cave Art Clay Work

We have been working with Miss Slater on Thursday mornings to create cave art style patterns and pictures on clay.  We used a range of tools to make the patterns and will be completing and adding painted decoration this week.
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Homework

Spellings this week will focus on the ‘aw’ phoneme and variations may include ‘al’ for walk, ‘augh’ for daughter, ‘au’ for haunted and a on its own for call. Also in your homework books, you could retell the story of the Polar...
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Polar Express invitations

In English this week, we wrote a special letter to invite other people to come on the train and visit the North Pole. To do this, we planned our ideas using bullet points and covering the key information such as the time it will set off and the food and drink served on board. We...
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