A lot of well-deserving children received awards in today’s assembly. We celebrated the achievements of those pupils who stood out in different subjects or school values. I know I speak for all the teachers when I say the decisions were very hard to make; every certificate could have had many recipients. We also had stacks… Read more »
Unfortunately not a Panto performed by the PTFA (though there’s always next year), Class 3 were lucky enough to watch the brilliant pants Cinderella. We were also provided with treats to have along with the the film. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves!
Yesterday, Class 3 took part in a sponsored 30 minute cheesy dance! They all worked extra hard and ended up dancing for a straight 45 minutes! Well done all of Class 3 and for all the money you raised. Also, a big thank you to all of the friends and family who sponsored the children…. Read more »
Well done to all our pianists who played very well on Tuesday. Thank you to Mrs Baulch for all your hard work supporting the children.
Today, we have been working on cementing our idea of division. We have been working on exchanging so we can share equally. It’s been gr at to see the correct language, such as exchanging and equally, being used naturally.
We had a great time this morning creating multiplication problems based around snowflakes we had made. We applied the learning we have done this week in maths excellently.
Today we are writing our own Tintin stories. We have built up to this over the last few weeks by working on the skills we need. This has included using mathematical nets to create our ow story dice. We look forward to sharing some of our writing and progress.
This week we have made excellent progress in multiplication. Using different methods, we have managed to multiply much larger numbers than we though we ever could. Mr. Este, Mr. Manners and Mrs. Bevan have been very impressed indeed!
We have had the best day today! There have been a multitude of interesting things going on. From using adverbs to multiplying large numbers, reading groups to making salt dough, learning about Mary Anning to playing Battleships with latitude and longitude…oh and making salt dough fossils. We do love days like these!
Good evening, I know a few have not managed to get on to Google Classroom to see the spellings. I have attached them on here to have a look at. Set 1: Mrs Bevan’s morning group Set 2: Year 3 Set 3: Year 4 Challenge list: Anyone who fancies a go! Please have a go… Read more »