15th October 2018


In maths we have been learning how to multiply by a 2-digit number. Many of us found this a bit tricky, so we need to keep practising. This poster should help us to remember what we need to do.

In English this week we tackled the concept of symbolism. We amazed Mrs Hibbert with our insightful answers. Amelia gained a Superstar certificate for her very thoughtful answers.

We enjoyed performing in our Harvest Assembly with Year Four and Five. We sang beautifully and shared information about harvest celebrations around the world. A big thank you to those of you who could join us .

In topic this week, we have started to investigate friction. We had great fun finding out about the different materials and which caused the most, or least, friction.

A huge well done to Grace and Charliann who took part in line orienteering this week. Also to Lilly, who gained a Superstar certificate by always being ready to learn and trying her best with every task she undertakes. Keep up the great work!

8th October 2018

In maths this week, we have finished off our topic on place value by calculating with positive and negative numbers. We have also completed our cold task to prepare for starting work on the four operations next week.

In English we have written biographies about our inspirational person, Malala Yousafzai. We have also used editing stations to improve our work.

In PE we have continued our work on athletics by working on completing different types of jumps. We worked in pairs to try to improve our jumping technique each time.

1st October 2018

In English this week, we have been finding out about parenthesis and how we can use brackets, dashes or commas to show it.

This week we celebrated the European Day of Languages. We discovered lots of interesting facts about different European languages before discovering more about Italy. Here we are, hard at work, writing about all of the information that we have found out.

We also have new Enterprise representatives, Scarlett and Tilly.

24th September 2018

In English this week we have been delving deeper into the features of biographies. We have been looking in more detail at the variations of the past tense verbs: simple, perfect, progressive and perfect progressive. “The children all worked really hard,” said Mrs Hibbert.

In maths this week we have been continuing with place value and have been learning how to round numbers to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000. We especially enjoyed the rounding rap! You can look at the video and sing along to it here:

We have been thinking about British Values by holding an election for the class school councillor. The children presented their ideas and completed a nomination form.


Then the class could vote...


..before we announced our new class councillor (Lucy) and vice councillor (Riley)

17th September 2018

In English this week we have written the cold task for our new topic of biographies. We have also been working on our spelling and reading comprehension skills. We have read and reduced biographies in order to remember key facts. We also found the features of biographies.

In maths this week we have completed our cold task and have started work on place value. We have learnt how to identify the value of digits in a number using a place value grid.


We have been thinking carefully about the new school charter all about respect. This is what we came up with: