We had lots of fun in Willow Class measuring the length of objects with cubes. Lots of children measured their pencils, books and table legs.
Maple Class have been learning how to read & record time using o’clock, half past, quarter past & quarter to.
Year 3 worked in pairs to compare and develop an understanding of Rivers. We are now able to explain what the drainage basin is and explain the river discharge.
Oak class enjoyed exploring how a polar bear keeps warm on the ice and in cold water. We experimented with different materials to create the same effect as a polar bear’s fur and the layer of fat on its body. Great fun and lots of fantastic thinking skills going on.
Congratulations to our KS1 gymnastics squad who attended the Key Steps competition at Bourne Gymnastics club on Friday. They worked very hard to learn and practise the 2 routines and the vault required for the event in just 2 weeks! They were a credit to the school and were very well deserved winners of the … Continue reading
Well done to the children in Oak class who were praised in last weeks celebration assembly.
Well done Jack for earning a ‘Golden Ticket’ this week for displaying excellent behaviour at lunchtime!
Four members of Willow Class did us proud at a gymnastics competition yesterday. Mrs Franks took the children along to a competition where they competed against other local schools. They worked extremely hard and returned to school with a ‘team bronze’ medal. I’m not sure who was more proud, Mrs Franks or the children? Well … Continue reading
Well done Lucy for being our ‘Star of the Week’ for consistently demonstrating resilience & positivity towards your learning. Praise also goes to our ‘Writer of the Week’, Carys, for her amazing character description & Anthony, our ‘Maths Master of the Week’, for accurately measuring with a ruler to find the difference in two … Continue reading
On Friday, during maths, we started to learn about equivalent fractions. We discussed what is meant by the term ‘equivalent’. We soon realised we could apply our knowledge of halving a number to identify fractions that are equivalent to 1/2. We then used our knowledge to build a fraction wall.