Week 6 13th October
This week has been full of more active learning. The children have been exploring their Science topic on Sound further looking at vibration. In guided reading we have been looking at play scripts. Some groups have been writing their own scripts whilst other groups have been acting out a script. We have been working hard to ensure that our reading logs are up to date with our own comments about the books that we have been reading. Keep this up as myself and Miss Varga have been enjoying reading your comments and learning about the characters in the stories you are currently reading. In RE the children are going to examine more about The Eucharist next week.
Following our guided reading on examining a non-fictional text on Cycling, Jude, Alex, Louise, Taanya, Mia and Toni did their own research on cycling and found out many interesting facts.
As it is One World Week next week , the children’s homework is to be based on the theme of Egypt. Remember, homework is to be completed by you and if you need any help, there is homework club is on Monday at lunchtime.
Here are some helpful web links you may wish to use.
Log onto the British Museum website:
Have a lovely weekend.
Mrs McNamara Miss Varga
If i never read the blog i would have no idea what happens at school Cara-Jess tells me nothing. Thank you
Giovanna came home very excited about her science lessons – thank you.
I enjoyed our science lesson especially when we were talking through a balloon because our voices sounded really low . I also enjoyed drum and rice because the rice went flying everywhere .