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Amazing Enterpise and Rockin’ Rights!

This afternoon, the year 5s and 6s from classes 8 and 9 split into three different groups: the year 5s worked together with Mrs Steel on our new Park Grove rights, whilst the Year 6s split into two groups for an exciting afternoon of enterprising! In class 9, whilst the other...
Posted On 01 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!...
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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!
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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.
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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...
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Exploring Cuboids

In maths today, we explored different everyday cuboid objects, estimating the sizes of each length, width and height and sketched ideas for the net. This helped our understanding to support us creating our own nets for an upcoming art project! Class 9 – what do you need to...
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Next week 

In maths next week, we will be learning all about fractions and finding fractions of shapes, objects and numbers. In English, we will be writing a letter to Goldilocks as if we are the Three Bears and explaining how they felt when they discovered Goldilocks had broken into their...
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Homework

Spellings this week will focus on the ‘air’ phoneme and could contain alternative graphemes such as ‘ear’ for pear, ‘are’ for dare, ‘ere’ for where and ‘eir’ for their! Perhaps you could write a sentence about Goldilocks...
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Data handling 

We’ve been learning all about data in Class 4. We first discussed that data is information which can be gathered and we then began thinking of different data we could collect, such as favourite colours, types of pet and eye colour. After that, we worked with a partner on a...
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Goldilocks and the Three Bears

We really enjoyed acting out the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. However, we didn’t just retell it, we improvised our own speech and came up with our own conversations which could have happened between the bears and Goldilocks! It was a lot of fun using different...
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Next Week in Class 5

Next Week Next week in English we will write a World War Two list poem. In topic, we will complete our work on the role of Women in the Second World War and look at its impact on women today. In our Science work next week, we will continue to learn about forces and magnetism....
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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!...
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Next Week in Class 6

Next Week Next week in English we will write a World War Two list poem. In topic, we will complete our work on the role of Women in the Second World War and look at its impact on women today. In our Science work next week, we will continue to learn about forces and magnetism....
Posted On 01 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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Looking at ways to display data

We are using Purple Mash 2Count to look at data and how it is displayed. We can collect data on fruit and construct pictograms. Super work Class 2. 
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The role of women in World War 2

In our topic lesson this week we looked at the important role that women played in World War 2. Each table in class received a war job offer letter (roles that women actually undertook in wartime). The children then worked in groups to research the role and what it entailed. We...
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Magnets! 

In science this week we carried out an experiment to find which type of magnet was the strongest. We did this using a range of magnets and paper clips. We then presented our results in a bar chart.
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Fun with fractions!

This week we have been using fraction walls to find equivalent fractions. We have enjoyed doing this and are now experts at finding equivalent fractions.
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Capacity

The children have been comparing capacity in different containers this week.
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Goldilocks and The Three Bears

The children have been acting out the story of Goldilocks and The Three Bears but by focusing on body language and tone of voice when speaking. They created some really good pieces of drama and we even witnessed some high quality ad-libbing!
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