What we've been up to...
Mental Health Awareness Week
To raise awareness of Mental Health within our communities we got involved with the theme this year, which was nature. We enjoyed making faces using plasticine on the trees in our conservation area.
We enjoyed NSPCC number day. We dressed up as maths related fancy dress costumes and enjoyed a whole day full of maths.
Since coming back to school in March, we have enjoyed getting active each day during maths. We have done some wonderful activities outside including fluency relays, measuring angles and even learnt our times tables using cones. We have also enjoyed indoor active maths ordering ourselves, turning ourselves into 4 digit numbers and counting in lots of different ways.
This term we have been reading the book 'Wonder' by R J Palacio. We have created so much wonderful work and it has all been displayed throughout the term on our Wonder Wall.
We had so much fun doing so many different activities throughout the weeks leading up to the end of term.
We had a great time testing electrical circuits at the start of our electricity topic.
We had a brilliant afternoon creating the 7 different world biomes in boxes from materials around the class.
We had an excellent art day looking at the work on William Morris, created our very own printing blocks to make some amazing repeated patterns.
Despite the cold, today we really enjoyed our outdoor maths lesson finding questions to do with place value around the school grounds.
We were so lucky to have to have a visit from the local author Adam Bushnell. We held WW1 artifacts and described what life would be like in the trenches.