Week 7 - 21st October 2019
The last week of term has brought us to the end of our English book. In York, we have been studying ‘How to be a World Explorer’. We have produced lots of great writing over the past few weeks in preparation for the creation of our own non-fiction pages. We have thought about the essential knowledge you would need to be a be able to survive on the Galapagos Islands. Here are a few examples of our incredible work;
This week in Maths, we have been looking at prime numbers, multiples, factors and square numbers. We have all challenged ourselves this week especially with this problem. Can you find the odd one out?
In Science, we have been learning about the Theory of Evolution. We have looked at Darwin, as well as many other scientists who underpinned his theory. To finish our learning on this topic, we have created our own ‘Just So’ stories in the style of Rudyard Kipling. Have you ever read ‘How the Camel got his hump?’.
- Timestable Rockstars
- Arithmetic and a comprehension – Due Monday 4th November
- We begin forest school on MONDAY 4TH NOVEMBER – therefore you will need your forest school kit in school. This includes long trousers, long sleeved t-shirt, waterproof coat and wellies. Remember – forest school continues rain or shine.
- We begin our new English book – be prepared – it’s a good one!
- The first week back is a busy one – we have the Scholastic book fair, parents evening, school photos and our two arts days.
Have a lovely restful break! See you on the 4th November.