Weekly Update (Week ending 24.05.19)
What a great final week of term! With the year 6's away, the year 5's have been great role models to the rest of the school. We have been learning all about climate change, recycling and how to live an eco-friendly and sustainable lifestyle. The children have shown great enthusiasm for the topic and have even presented their learning to Key Stage 1 during their assembly in Wednesday and contributed to the whole school assembly on Friday. Not only that, but during our mile the day runs children have taken up 'plogging', whereby they are picking up littler on the playground as they run. Please find pictures of their findings below.
In maths we have been looking at co-ordinates, specifically transitioning and reflecting shapes using co-ordinates.
I hope you all have a lovely half term and return well rested on Monday 3rd June.
Leaf of the Week - Luke B
Writer of the Week - Siaana D
Handwriter of the Week Jack A
In maths, we will continue learning about angles and measurement
In Topic next week we will be looking at different animals in French and continue to look at mountains and rivers in geography. In science we will start looking at animal and human biology.
Children could think about two sided arguments
Homework- Think of an activity or something that we can do either in school or at home to care for our environment.
Maths - Mymaths has been set
Monday and Wednesday