This week has been anti-bullying week and so yesterday the children role-played cyber-bullying scenarios, after which we discussed the best course of action if we were to find ourselves in similar circumstances. It was reassuring to hear that the children understood the importance of reporting cyberbullying incidents to a trusted adult, rather than retaliating.
Year 6 are still loving both the karate sessions and hockey lessons and continue to develop their skills in the sports.
We made gratitude jars this afternoon for our wellbeing session. Each week, the children will add a slip of paper with something they are grateful for into their jar.
In Maths, we were learning how to find fraction, decimal and percentage equivalence, whilst in RE we have been using Lectio Divina to help us pray with passages from scripture. In English, the children imagined they were WW1 soldiers in the trenches and each wrote a letter home to their loved ones. Heather and Jamie very kindly brought in memorabilia from their relatives who fought in WW2, including war medals, a recipe book and fuel ration coupons. Thank you so much for sharing this with the class.
This week’s home learning:
|Maths||Task assigned on Mathletics:
· Fractions to decimals
· Fractions to decimals 2
· Common fractions as percentages
|Reading||30 minutes on https://readtheory.org/|
|Spellings||This term’s spelling words revisit the official Year 5/6 Statutory Spelling List: