Week 1 Summer Term 20th April

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Well, it has been a wonderful week back at school!  We have had sunshine to keep us happy and the children have returned refreshed from their Easter break.  Myself and Miss Varga have loved hearing about your Easter holidays and the abundance of Easter eggs you received!

This week we have been looking at features of a newspaper as we will be writing our news articles based on the story of the Road to Emmaus.  In Maths we have continued our work on Fractions and fractions of amounts and the children have worked hard to understand this topic using pictorial representations to help them.

In Science we have been talking about Teeth and we will be carrying out experiments to see what affects them.

On Friday afternoon, Mrs Burgess led the children for our final session on making some lovely willow fences in the Peace Garden.  Many parents came to see the lovely willow structures that the children have made and it was lovely to see the parents have a go and work with willow too!

The homework for this week is set on Mathletics and Spag. Please log in to see the tasks.   The spellings are based on the eigh, ei  words the children have been working with.

Have a lovely weekend.

Mrs McNamara and Miss Varga

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3 replies
  1. Elysia
    Elysia says:

    I really enjoyed this week back.I loved reading my message out to Miss Burgess and I hope I can see her again. I have also really enjoyed doing the fractions of different quantities and I can learn more about them.

  2. Mrs McNamara
    Mrs McNamara says:

    Lovely to hear this Elysia!

    Dear All,
    the children have said that they have found logging onto Mathletics tricky. I have signed in as a student and have checked with no difficulty.

    I will assist the children tomorrow during lunchtime if they cannot log on.
    Mrs McNamara

  3. MARIA
    MARIA says:

    I really enjoyed making these willow structures with my partner. I want to say a BIG Thank you to Miss Burgess for showing us how to make these beautiful structures.


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