Class 11

Fantastic work!

Well done Samuel and Georgia!  Samuel has been able to convert fraction and decimal numbers into percentages. Georgia is working had and has improved her handwriting. Well done!

Well done Samuel and Georgia!
Samuel has been able to convert fractions and decimal numbers into percentages. Georgia is working hard and has improved her handwriting. Well done!

Well done!

Well done Samuel, who has worked extremely hard over the past few weeks to improve his handwriting. Congratulations to Molly for achieving mathematician of the week.

Well done Samuel, who has worked extremely hard over the past few weeks to improve his handwriting. Congratulations to Molly for achieving mathematician of the wee to. She has done. Some brilliant work with decimal numbers and fractions.

Mathematicians of the week

Well done Gracie and Nusaybah! You have been doing some amazing maths work!

Well done Gracie and Nusaybah! You have been doing some amazing maths work!

Mathematician of the week

Well done Francesca for your brilliant fraction work!

Well done Francesca for your brilliant fraction work!

Year 5’s River Exhibition

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Well done Class 11 for your amazing river exhibition. The children worked extremely well displaying this term’s work and sharing what they have learnt about. Different year groups came to visit us and they had a lovely time!

Class 11 shared stories and poems they have written, art work inspired by Claude Monet, a science investigation to show how you can make it rain indoors which the children explained very well as young scientists and some children showed their Sways which they have been working on.

Well done Class 11!

Oxfam Water Week

On Wednesday 21st March Year 5 walked over 6 kilometres to raise awareness of how far some children and families have to walk to collect water in other parts of the world. This water is usually dirty and full of diseases but people have no other option to drink it. Our sponsored walk also raised £250 for Oxfam to go towards building wells and providing emergency water trucks when needed. Well done Year 5!

On Wednesday 21st March, Year 5 walked over 6 kilometres to raise awareness of how far some children and families have to walk to collect water in other parts of the world. This water is usually dirty and full of diseases but some people have no other option to drink it. Our sponsored walk also raised £250 for Oxfam which will go towards building wells and providing emergency water trucks when needed. Well done Year 5!

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Well done!

Well done Summer for working extremely hard this week with fractions!

Well done Summer for working extremely hard this week with fractions!

Great work Kyle with your handwriting!

Great work Kyle with your handwriting! You are now joining and using Kinetic Letter. 

Handwriting of the week

Congratulations to Lola who continues to improve her handwriting. She has working extremely hard for the last few weeks to use neater handwriting. Keep up the fantastic work Lola!

Congratulations to Lola who continues to improve her handwriting. She has working extremely hard for the last few weeks to use neater handwriting. Keep up the fantastic work Lola!

Mothers’s Day rocket afternoon

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Thank you to all the Mums who could make the event on Wednesday afternoon. The class enjoyed working in groups to create a rocket to launch later on. We had some lovely designs which launched amazingly. The beautiful messages to mums were also attached to the rockets.

I hope you all have a lovely Mothering Sunday!

World Book Day

This week were were set the challenge to design a door which represents the book we are reading in class at the moment. This is to celebrate World Book Day.  We are reading 'Journey to the River Sea' by Eva Ibbotson.

This week were were set the challenge to design a door which represents the book we are reading in class at the moment. This is to celebrate World Book Day.
We are reading ‘Journey to the River Sea’ by Eva Ibbotson.

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