Here are a few photos of the fantastic day, when the children took part in Zulu dancing workshops last week. Thank you for your generous donations in supporting us to run such a valuable day.
After a very busy half term, the children most definitely deserve a rest over the next week! The class have worked hard to write their own personal stories, after reading and discussing 'Christophe's story' in depth.In story writing they have been writing different parts of a story each day, based on some detailed planning they have completed. This has been hard work but very enjoyable to learn about their different experiences. They have tried hard to include a range of connectives, sentence openers and interesting vocabulary. Hopefully you were able to read and enjoy their stories in their English books!
In Maths this week, the children have had to think carefully when problem solving. It is vital they can explain to us how they got to the answer and give good reasoning, using mathematical vocabulary.
In RE over the past week the children have learned about the Festival of Passover or Pesach. They wrote fantastic summaries of the Exodus, showing great understanding of the story. They have also experienced some food from a Seder plate and they wrote in detail about each part and what it represents. We were lucky enough, too, to taste some of Jack's unleavened (flat) bread and thoroughly enjoyed it!
This week we have sent home a reading comprehension for homework and hope the children will record their reading in their reading records. Please also continue to encourage your children to practise their timetables.
We look forward to the second half of the term!
Mrs Gritz and Mrs Sandhu