In maths we will be continuing our work on measures and moving on to capacity.
The children will be writing their autobiographies in our topic work and it would be great if they had photos of key events to include in this. They can be brought in to school from Monday onwards.
The children used serif movie plus to create their own movie looking at hardware and software components.
Next week’s maths will involve us working out area and perimeter. In English the children will be developing their narrative skills.
Our topic will involve us looking at how life is a journey. We will be looking at lots of art work which shows images of journeys.
This week we have been analysing pie charts. The children have calculated percentages and then constructed their own pie charts. Sam’s work has been added here as a good example.
Next week in our maths we will be drawing, measuring and calculating the size of angles. Make sure you know how many degrees there are in a triangle, on a straight line and in a full turn. We will also be using acute, obtuse, straight and reflex to identify angles.
The children will be continuing with their work on narrative in English.
Our topic work will begin by looking at how life is a journey. The children will be identifying the significant events in their lives and the lives of others.
The children put their understanding of different nets for a cube into practice and constructed a dice.
We discussed this afternoon why The Great Plague isn’t commemorated, despite other historical events being celebrated or remembered.
Let us know what your opinions are.
So far we have studied the causes of the plague, who it affected, where it was prominent and why it ended. Next week in our topic work we will be analysing how victims were treated and if anything else could have been done to help them.
Look carefully at the image, imagine being in this room.
What is in the box?
How would you describe the atmosphere?
How would you feel?
Write a story, or a very detailed opening to The Room.
See if you can include:
a question directly to the reader
An imagine 3egs sentence
An emotion word, (comma) sentence
A mysterious atmosphere