Children in Owlet Class have enjoyed going into the woods with whiteboards to write. We have written down words that describe what we can see in the woods then have come back to class to use these words in our writing. We have been practising using our new digraphs and have been acting out stories to remind us of the sounds they make.
Spring must be here: children in Owl Class have planted their tomato and sunflower seeds and are waiting for their potato plants to pop up out of the ground. We were excited because we met our new classmate, Lacey, but are also a bit sad because we have to say goodbye to Miss Duckworth on Friday.
This week, children in Panda Class have started their computing topic that looks at opinion polls. They have been creating surveys to ask each other about the Victorian times, representing the results in charts and presenting their findings to the class.
Year 5 children in Rhino Class have continued their scientific adventures this week when they attended the Science Workshops at The Oratory School. They took part in fascinating experiments and investigated different materials in the chemistry labs. They also built working models of lungs in biology investigations. The afternoon was informative and great fun.