Apostrophes for Possession

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This week in one of our English lessons revisited apostrophes for possession. We found plural possession tricky so we made poster to display in the classroom to help us remember to rules, for plurals ending in an ‘s’ we just … Continued

Balanced Arguments

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This week we start our new English unit balanced arguments. We started off by by reading an example of a balanced argument and finding the shape (features) of the text.   Then on Wednesday the children were introduced to the title … Continued

Light Investigation

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This week in Science we investigated how the length of a shadow changes when the distance from the light source changes. We discovered that the further the light source is from an object the smaller the length of the shadow … Continued

Children During World War One

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This week in English we continued to think about what life was like for child mill workers during WW1.  We started the week by thinking about the similarities and differences between school during WW1 and the present, in groups we … Continued

Mental Calculations

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This week in Maths we worked in pairs to play a game to practise our mental maths skills using all four operations. We shared the number puzzle cards equally between us and then selected a card from our pile at the … Continued

Active Maths

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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

Networking Factors

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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

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