Look whose outstanding piece of homework is on the WOW! Board…
Very well done Grace R-D!
Lots of learning in Badgers today!
We identified all the square numbers on the 100 grid and then used our knowledge to play the square root game.
After watching a really informative weather assembly by Foxes we went to the library relaunch. Mrs Campo and Mrs Regan have worked so hard in the last few weeks arranging, labelling and categorising our new books and Mrs Campo explained that when we have mastered our new Dewey system we will be able to use any library in the world!
Mrs Campo also showed some of our parents the amazing progress we have made on RM easimaths, an online programme we should go on most days if we can. We earn stickers and certificates for progress and Mrs Campo can show parents scores, and progress charts when asked- fascinating stuff!
The chair of our PFA , Mrs Tyson cut the ribbon to relaunch the library and Mrs Winchester and Miss Wells worked hard to supply refreshments- many thanks for this!
The new school uniform was expertly modelled by two year 4 pupils who are looking forward to wearing it ( especially the tie!) in year 5!
Bonjour parents! It was lovely to see so many parents, brothers, sisters and grandparents come and watch Madame Kernick’s French lesson this morning- everyone had fun – well done to everyone who joined in!
In gymnastic this afternoon we focussed on balancing and found out about tightrope walkers Blondin and Phillipe Petit. Balancing on the bench proved quite tricky for some!
Mr Miley’s choir club was great- we sang Silent Night and practiced breathing in the right places.
In maths today we recapped our factor pairs and really stretched ourselves by calculating using squared numbers. Sophie told us about prime numbers as she had remembered what we said yesterday- very well done!
In literacy we looked at homophones. We are now experts and hopefully won’t get muddled again with our different spellings and meanings!
Sharing Day with Titchmarsh.
We had an outstanding end to French Week when our friends from Titchmarsh joined us for a sharing day.
In Badgers class we played French games with Madame Dunkley. We had a go at painting a mural inspired by Monet’s water lilies with Monsieur Slater,
Eiffel Tower construction with Madame Clawson and French music with Madame McKinnon. Madame Aldous played French games outside.