The Children really enjoyed Math's week this week. They demonstrated their weighing and measuring skill in order to successfully make fairy cakes. The Children also learnt how to create a very simple formula in order to find out how many sticks are needed to create a certain number of a required shape.
In Literacy this week, the children have been developing their speaking and listening skills through learning and performing several poems. They have also used instruments to furhter develop and enhance their performances. In Maths the children have been learning about the different types of lines including parallel lines and perpendicular lines. They have also been identifying right angles within shapes.
As part of our Plants Topic in Science, the children have set up an investigation to find out whether plants and seeds need both light and water to grow properly when stored in different places. Here are some children checking their seeds to see what has started to happen.
The children enjoyed their visit from Sam the Policeman. He talked about how the police help to look after us when we might get lost. They also were able to go and sit in the police car, put on the blue lights and sound the siren. Earlier in the week the children learnt the importance of looking after their teeth from the dental health nurse.
The children had a great time taking part in the Gymnastic Festival at Devizes School. They tried out lots of new P.E equipment and challenged themselves to complete a range of obstacles and gave them an insight to the exciting things they will be able to do when they are at Secondary School.
The children really enjoyed coming to school on Thursday in their pyjamas and bring their favourite book, teddy and pillow for World Book Day. They were able to talk about why they liked their book and could recap what their story was about. In English the children have been writing their own version of a play script and then having a go at performing it to the rest of class.
We have had a very busy week in Chestnut Class with the children helping to create our new Under the Sea book corner. They have also enjoyed using their own creative writing skills to write an adventure story based on Dragon independently.
Our Prefects for this term are - Kali, Ava and Tom,
The children had an exciting day on their visit to the Living Rainforest. Whilst there they learnt about some of the animals that would live in a Rainforest and how they adapt to their surroundings, they also discovered some of the different types of plants that grow in the different layers. They also used their knowledge about the layers of the Rainforest to answer the questions asked by the tour guides.
To finish our work on the Stone Age topic, the children have enjoyed using their D.T skills to design and create amazing Stone Age homes. Here are some examples of these wonderful homes.
A wonderful day was had by all on our trip to Avebury. The children learnt lots of interesting facts about the Avebury Stones and Henge and further information about what life was like in the Stone Age Times.
Can you kit out Barney, Lindsey or Radzi in the right outfit to face a Blue Peter challenge?