Another week has flown by and once again the children have been working very hard.
English has seen the children begin to look at a text designed to persuade people to visit the Yorkshire Wildlife Park. Using our amazing drawing and action skills the children created story maps and have learnt the text. Below is a video of them performing the first paragraph.
Mathematics certainly measured up to the other subjects as the children completed their hot task assessment for the addition and subtraction work, before moving onto our new unit of measurement. They have impressed with how quickly they have been able to convert between kilometres and metres. Some even taking the next step on and convert from kilometres to metres and then to centimetres and vice versa.
On Friday it was Children In Need so the children came covered in spots and made contributions to the school fabulous total. This week has also been anti-bullying week. SO in addition to themed assemblies the children took time to watch a short video called Daisy Chain. After making various predictions they soon spotted the theme of the story and were able to talk about how bullying effects people. They then completed from daisy heads with different people who you could turn to if you felt that you were being bullied.
We collected 8 handshakes.
Our attendance was 94.9%
Our composer of the week was Oliver for his positive attitude towards his work.