Stars of the week: All of class 4.
Well done class 4 for making Juniper Hall a fantastic trip! I know you all enjoyed it!
Class 4 have been preparing a poetry performance to share with Nursery. They are looking forward to performing it to them on Friday!
Stars of the week: Swithun and Saskia
Well done Saskia for working extremely hard on your fractions this week. Well done Swithun for working extremely hard on your descriptive writing.
We have been looking at electricity and how it works this half term in Science. We explored the classroom looking at what appliances require electricity – we found a lot! This week we have been looking at simple series circuits and what is needed to make sure the electrons travel around the circuit and light up the bulb.
Stars of the week:
Xavi – Well done for getting top scorer for your football club!
Beatrix – you are working extremely hard and you are always kind and respectful to your friends and teachers.
This week we have been continuing to look at explanation texts. We completed our class inventions, worked in groups to write instructions on ‘How to trap a dragon’ and we are now working on our Cracking Contraptions!
Stars of the week: Harris and Amiah
Well done to Amiah for settling in to Class 4 so well. Harris you have worked extremely hard on your writing this week – brilliant effort!
This week Class 4 have been investigating shapes, angles and lines of symmetry. We have explored the properties of quadrilaterals, triangles and polygons. We have even started learning how to use a protractor!!
Class 4 have had a busy couple of weeks! We were really proud of our Easter Praise performance and very grateful for all of the parents and grandparents who came to watch us. Well done Class 4 for working extremely hard to make it such a successful performance! Despite the weather, we had a great day exploring Kew Gardens and imagining we were in the rainforest!
Have a lovely Easter holidays!
Class 4 have had a fantastic week. Whilst rehearsing for the play, we have also enjoyed carrying out different activities for science week. We started off the week with a visit from an astronomer and a planetarium in our hall! We designed and made our own paper planes for an experiment on aerodynamics. Next, it was off to the moon for some exploration. In teams, we designed lunar rovers that would be able to get an astronaut safely around the moon. Imagining ourselves as an astronaut, we wrote diary entries of our day exploring the moon and look for rock for examination. On Friday, we had a very special visitor who came in to teach us about our hearts. Thank you Mrs Barlow for coming to visit us! We finished off the week by turning our lunar rover designs in to a model.
Stars of the Week: Xavi and Saskia
Last Friday, we were very lucky to have a very special visitor come in to school to teach us about our teeth. We had a fantastic time learning about taking care of our teeth with Sharlene! We are now all experts in teeth brushing, flossing and why we need to take care of our teeth! A big thank you to Sharlene for making it such a fantastic afternoon full of exciting learning!
Stars of the week: Amiah and Beatrix
Welcome to Amiah who has joined class 4 this week and well done Beatrix for being a lovely friend helping Amiah settle in.
Class 4 enjoyed their visit to the Whitechapel gallery this week. They had a fantastic time looking at modern artworks and talking about their meanings. They loved the opportunity to interact and use their imagination to explore the exhibitions on show. Back at school, we discussed ‘what is art?’ and whether art can just be an idea. Well done class 4 for being so enthusiastic!
Stars of the week: Josh and Zara
Class 4 really enjoyed visiting class 1 this week to help them with solving money word problems. They did a fantastic job of breaking down the question and using their verbal reasoning skills to help their class 1 partner solve the money problem. Well done class 4 for being such brilliant learning partners for class 1. You all did a brilliantly!