Year 4 have been creating maths games this week. Here are some examples of their fantastic Home Learning.
This week Topaz class spent their Science lesson investigating ‘Our Diverse Planet’, which is the theme of this years British Science Week. We focused on the question: Is everyone’s body the same?
As a class we investigated who had the longest legs and the biggest hands. We investigated if our arm span was the same as our height and if the distance from the tip of our middle finger was the same as the measurement around our wrists.
We found that we are all very different even though we might have some similar characteristics such as the same hair or eye colour.
We finished our session mapping out the bones in our body using the correct scientific vocabulary.
We have had a really hands-on maths lesson this morning using place value counters to solve division calculations. This has helped us partition numbers then group them to develop our understanding.
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On Friday the whole of KS2 attended the Young Voices Concert at Manchester Arena! We sang along-side over 8000 other children to an audience of family and friends. We performed with Ruti Olajugbagbe , who was the winner of The Voice in 2018, The Shires and Tony Hadley, a member of the band Spandau Ballet. We had a fantastic time as I am sure you can see from the photographs. We can’t wait till Young Voices 2020!
Thank you so much to all the parents who attended this morning. The children and staff really enjoyed sharing their learning with you !
Today in art, Topaz Class have had a go at creating a drawing that looks like there is a hole in the paper. They will confuse your mind! They are not finished yet but we can’t wait to show you our master pieces when they are done,
A huge thank you to Year 5 and the parents for the wonderful, yummy cakes !
In Year 5 this morning we have had lots of fun using place value counters to help our understanding when multiplying large numbers.