…with Venn diagrams in Reception. Just some final snapshots of our learning this term.Read More Sort it out!
We’ve been using a map-style board game to practise our work on position and direction. We have a town plan and a series of challenges: placing things on the map; locating different landmarks; using points of the compass to describe location and describing quarter, half, three-quarter and full turns to navigate from place to place.Read More Position and Direction board games
In Maths this week we have been reminding ourselves of the key vocabulary for all four operations. As ever, Miss T has been astounded by Year 2’s ability to decode word problems when they went on a scavenger hunt in pairs.Read More Word Problem Scavenger Hunt in Year 2
This morning after Park Run, Year 5 recapped their knowledge of angles. With permission (!) they labelled any acute, right, obtuse and reflex angles and then found parallel and perpendicular lines on the tables. The children then started to think about angles facts, for example angles in a triangle add up to 180 degrees.Read More Angles in Year 5
Year 3 have spent this term’s Science lessons learning about the human body – more specifically, diet, nutrition, exercise, skeletons, muscles and movement. We have approached our learning as a project, by acting as Personal Trainers. Every group was allocated a client, each of whom had specific goals to achieve and we were tasked with […]Read More Personal Trainers at your service
This week, Year 6 played three active maths games outside. Our new game was themed around honey collecting and involved using the four operations and dice to find a target number.Read More Year 6: Active Maths
Congratulations to these hard working classmates who got their special sticker from Mr Wilson today! You volunteered to do extra work and it was fantastic 😊Read More Headteacher Award for Reception children
This week’s Maths Investigation was making skeleton shapes using match sticks and play dough. Year 2 found out how many match sticks and balls of play dough are needed for each shape. Some children even managed to make a hexagonal prism with 18 matchsticks!Read More Skeleton Maths Investigation Year 2
In year 4, we conducted our own fitness tests. We first learned how to measure our pulse, and then exercised intensively for 1 minute. Then, we recorded our pulse every minute for 6 minutes. When we plotted our data on a line graph, we could see how fit we were. We compared our heart rate […]Read More How fit am I?