Thank you for coming to watch our class assembly. I think you’ll agree that we were brilliant. Mrs Johanson has given us all success stamps for being confident and enthusiastic performers.
Afterwards we learnt about equivalent fractions and we know that one half is equivalent to two quarters.
Also this week we elected new class reps for school council and Mrs Brewis awarded two of us with pen licences.
This week we’ve been learning about fractions in maths and we know that equal parts are really important for fractions. Today Mrs Wilson took us outside in the sunshine to find thirds.
This afternoon we played team games in PE and we’ve been practising for our class assembly which is at 9:15 tomorrow.
This morning we braved the cold weather and went to the woods for a nature themed maths lesson. We used and applied our understanding of dividing by 2 and also measured in m and cm. Did you know that if you measure the girth of a tree trunk and divide it by 2 you find its age? The oldest tree we found is 184 years old and the youngest tree we found is 24 years old.
This morning Mrs Wren introduced the theme for this year’s Book Week. Each class will be looking at a Twisted Tale and we are going to focus on Jack and the Baked Beanstalk.
First we looked at the meaning of ‘dilemma’ and we realised that Jack was facing the dilemma of buying magic baked beans from a stranger or buying coffee beans, like his mum told him to. We did conscience alley to help us decide what to do.
This afternoon we shared our favourite books with Willow Class which was lots of fun.
Finally, we designed our Magic Baked Beans can ready for the woods tomorrow.
In R.E. Mrs Needham introduced our new unit. Over the term we will think about the question ‘How important is it to Christians that Jesus came back to life after his crucifiction?’