Well done to everyone that made an Easter bonnet. There were some fantastic entries and it was such a hard decision but the winner of the Easter bonnet competition was Paige Ledger. Well done Paige!
The children took home an addition and subtraction facts worksheet for their maths homework. Please can the children also complete another 3 pages in their purple books it doesn’t matter what page they are up to aslong as they complete another theee pages.
SATS are on the way so some more previous test papers are in the links below for the children to complete😃
For the reasoning paper the first 5 questions will be read out by the examiner so the children will not be able to answer these for this test practice at home however from then on the children can complete the paper independently/ an adult can read each question for them. So if the children want to practice get them to answer from question 6:)
In Maths this week we have been learning about the value of different coins and have been using different coins to make the same amounts. I was extremely impressed with the children’s work as the concept of money is so difficult but they’ve done a super job! Below is a little song to help the children remember the value of each coin.
In English this week the children have been learning about the fantastic Mr Fox story and have been improving the opening and first paragraph of the story by including super adjectives, conjunctions and adverbs ! Here’s a read aloud version which the children can listen to at home!
Writer of the week
Writer of the week this week is Lacey. Lacey wrote a superb adaptation of the Fantastic Mr Fox story using adverbs and adjectives perfectly! Super work!
Pupil of the week
Pupil of the week this week is Hannah. Hannah has been trying extra hard in all of her class work this week and I have been so impressed with her determination! Great work!
This half term the Headteacher’s award goes to Harrison and Sadie. Both of these children read regularly and have made great progress in their reading this half term. It is so important that the children read regularly as this increases their vocab and detrimentally affects their ability to write and spell. So keep reading guys!