It’s lovely to see the children all settled in and working hard. We’ve had some nice practical work over the last couple of weeks in science, the children worked well making their circuits and testing the conductivity of materials this week. Last week we looked at which materials were best for insulating.
Today we celebrated the European day of languages by learning some Spanish. The children all created their own mini conversations with a partner as well as learned some interesting facts about Spanish culture.
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In preparation for writing our news reports, we identified the features of a report.
The whole school celebrated books and a love of reading on World Book Day. In addition to lots of reading and vocabulary activities, every child decorated their own T-shirt with their favourite books. As we recognise the importance of understanding and communication, we had a special focus on finding impressive vocabulary.
“Words unlock the doors to a world of understanding.”
Thank you to all families for helping us celebrate.
Class 3 have made a great start to the half term by revisiting our times tables by playing games. We can’t wait to learn about the Ancient Egypt!