On Wednesday 17th October we played Pirates’ Gold. We worked in teams to run and collect a number cards from a basket. Once we collected our two number cards we have to mentally add or subtract to work out the … Continued
On Friday 12th October we played Networking Factors. We were each given a networking grid with numbers to find two factors for. We began by looking at the grid and selecting a question we could answer and writing this in … Continued
In Science Thames Class investigated the effects of refraction by bending pencils, pouring light and hiding coins. We learnt that refraction is when light waves travel at a different speed when they go through other transparent materials, such as water … Continued
In Maths on Friday 5th October we went outside to play division generator. We worked in team to collect digit cards from the number generator and then used them to create a division calculation that we completed in our teams … Continued
We learnt that reflection is when light bounces off a surface, changing the direction of a ray of light and all object reflect light and when rays of light reflect, they obey the law of reflection: the angle of incidence … Continued
We worked in groups to a human model to show how light enables us to see using a piece of wool to help us.
On Friday 28th September Thames Class held a coffee morning to raise money for Macmillan. They raised a fantastic £482.01!
On Friday 21st September 2018 Thames Class visited the John Radcliffe Hospital to take part in the Injury Minimization Programme for Schools (IMPS). The children thoroughly enjoyed this visit and this experience provided them with the information, skills and strategies for … Continued
We were thrilled to unveil our new library to the children on Monday morning. Each class visited the library and had a few minutes to explore the new layout and exciting new additions. We would like to say an enormous … Continued
Thames Class thoroughly enjoyed their trip to the excavation in Broadmoor Field this week and it was a great opportunity to take them to archaeological dig. The children particularly enjoyed digging up artefacts and were thrilled that they could take … Continued