Yesterday we had a fantastic morning researching the amenities offered in the village centre. The children made careful observations and decisions about services offered. Then we walked to the Riverside Walk to explore the river. We saw a floodplain, some meanders and tributaries. The children looked carefully at the riverbanks and made detailed observational drawings. Thank you to all our helpers, who asked the children challenging questions. Well done everyone – super geographical skills!
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Due to the children’s interest in rivers we have changed the homework task for next week. Rather than the reading comprehension listed on the grid, the children will be asked to research a river over the holidays. Please find details below.
Here is a link to this week’s homework, an amenities study of the village.
Geog Amenity Survey 31.1.18
Here are the spellings for next week. We are looking at some of the statutory spellings. Children will also be bringing home four words that they have spelled incorrectly when writing independently to learn. Week 3
Just to remind you all that Ash class’s next assembly is next Wednesday at 9:10am. The children are currently preparing a body percussion performance piece for your enjoyment. We look forward to seeing as many of you that can make it there!
In class we have been exploring a ‘body percussion’ piece. Here is the link below if you would like to share this with your families and refine your moves.
This morning we had another great session with the CM Sports dance teachers, working on our rivers dance. Here are some of the children in action as splashing waves.
Class Ash have earned 25 class credits and have won a well deserved treat! They have voted to have time in the ICT suite. This will take place on Monday 16th October.
Well done Ash class for a fantastic first assembly yesterday! The children read out some of their writing inspired by our dragons unit of work. Everyone was impressed with the quality of your language!
Today class Ash have been investigating how to be systematic. They were given a problem involving how many double scooped ice-cream combinations could be made from three flavours of ice-cream. They were able to follow patterns and use tables to gelp organise their results. Well done Ash class!