22nd May 2017

We have continued to study the features of newspaper reports in English, focusing upon snappy headlines and the difference between facts and opinions.  We are going to be writing our own newspaper report about deforestation next week.

Alfie kindly brought into school a variety of crops from his Grandad’s farm to show us including some rye, wheat, rapeseed and beans.  Thank you for bringing these in Alfie.

We have had great fun in maths this week learning about shape and angles.  We have used matchsticks to create figures and tried to include as many different angles as possible. 

Honey brought in her dance medals to show us.  She has worked very hard to gain a medal for her country dancing.  Well done Honey!

Our ‘Champion of the Week’ is Alfie Dawes who has worked very hard in every lesson this week to listen carefully and produce a high standard of work.  Well done Alfie!

This week was ‘National Walk and Bus to School Week’ and many of our class made the extra effort to change the way they travel to school everyday.  Some children who don’t usually catch the bus didn’t come in the car but caught the bus, whilst others asked their Parents/Carers to park a little further away from school and walked to the gate.  Well done to those who walked all the way to school.

This week we earnt 7 handshakes.