This week is all about our Play performances on Tuesday and Thursday afternoon. We are all very excited to share the performances with you and can't wait for you to see how hard we have been working.
Literacy in Maple Class
We are looking at the features of explanation texts this week, researching how to survive in the desert and beginning to draft our survival guides.
Literacy in Ash Class
Contining with our story, 'The men who shared a sandwich on the seabed'. We will be looking at a range of conjuctions and see how we can use them within our writing.
Y3: We are learning how London grew since the Great Fire of London. The children will use their knowledge from Key Stage one to understand how and why London grew.
Y4: We are learning about the Meridian Prime line this week. Which countries have the Meridian Prime line passing through them? What is the significance of this line?
Y5: We are learning about mountain climates this week. What is the weather like on a mountain compared to other areas of flat land? Why does the weather change in different parts of a mountain?
Y3: We are multiplying and dividing by 4 this week, and learning our 4 times tables.
Y4: We are learning the 11 times tables, the 12 times tables, multiplying by 1 and 0, and then dividing a number by 1 or itself.
RE - double lesson
We are exploring the gospels through church practice and Christian living this week. By looking to the church, we will be finding out which pieces of furniture help to show the importance of the gospels within the church. By looking at Christian living, we will be looking closely at the life of a famous Christian artist, Annie Vallotton. She famously drew the illustrations for the Good News Bible using line drawings. We will be trying out some of our very own line drawings in her style.
Yr 3 - This week we will be comparing diets. Learning all about vegetarian diets, vegan diets, pescatarian diets and an omnivorous diet.
Yr 4 - Last week we planned our investigation, this week we will carry out the investigation to see if the temperature of water affects the melting rate of ice. We will be able to see if our predictions are correct.