Dear parents and carers,
This week has been slightly out of routine for my class, as I have been out for a few days. However, they coped very well with this change of routine and have been particularly kind and understanding.
In English the children have just about finished writing their letters to Nicola Davies. They have done a great job of explaining what they liked about Perfect, and how it made them feel. We have just moved on to starting to look at a new book, called Wabi Sabi, which fits in with our geography work about Japan. The children will be learning about haiku poetry and writing their own poems based on nature and their surroundings.
In maths the children have been working on volume and capacity, looking at what this is and how it is measured. Next week we'll be rounding this off and then looking at how temperature is measured.
In science we enjoyed experimenting with hooped gliders this week. We found out which design flew the furthest, and have looked at writing a conclusion to explain what we have found out. We will be sharing this in front of the school in a special assembly on Tuesday.
The homework this week is:
Three things to ask your child this week:
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