This Week’s Learning

Topic: in topic this week, children made Mayan masks using papier-mache. First, they designed their masks, then made them and, after they were dry, painted them. You can see some photos of the making process below. After, children wrote a set of instructions to tell someone how to make a Mayan mask, ensuring they included lots of imperative verbs and adverbs.

PE: Children played a range of outdoor games this week, including rounders, football and tennis.

PSHE: This week, we have been speaking about loss and how this might make people feel. We focussed on different emotions that may occur as a result of losing someone, including anger and guilt. Children then came up with ideas about how they could deal with loss and how they could help someone else deal with it too.

Computing: In their groups, children continued working on their drinks adverts, in particular, creating a storyboard to plan what they were going to film.

First Week Back’s Learning (wb 03.06.19)

Topic: children will be writing their own horror stories when we come back after May half term. We will start by looking at the features of a horror story, writing a setting description and creating a character for our stories.

PSHE: we will be beginning our sex education module as per the letter that was sent out earlier this week.

Computing: children will be making their bottles for their adverts and beginning to think about filming them.

RE: children will be learning about the festival of Baisakhi

Week Beginning 13.05.19

It’s all over! Children have been phenomenal this week and gave it their all in each of the tests. We are all so proud of them. As a reward, we had a picnic today and played games outside to celebrate! You can see some pictures of this below. Breakfast club was also a huge success- thank you to everyone who brought their children in early. It certainly helped to calm any nerves!

Notice: Active Travel Poster competition

Create a poster about the unexpected fun you could have walking or cycling to school! Let their imaginations run free and think about what you would love to see, as well what they actually saw on their journey. Please draw in pencil and colour with colouring pencils. Deadline: Friday 7th June. If you have any questions, please see Miss Saunders.