Although it has been a shorter week in school, we have still been busy producing lots of fantastic work in Windrush Class!
In English we have finished writing our own disaster stories based on extreme weather. All of the class should feel proud of the effort that have put in to these pieces of writing, they have worked hard on their presentation, as well as their ideas.
In maths, we have been learning how to add and subtract lengths; this was trickier when we had to convert between different units of measurement, but the children were Steadfast Squirrels and persevered! We also learnt how to measure the perimeter of shapes – I was very impressed with how accurately the children did this!
Our music lesson was very exciting this week as Mrs Davies taught us how to play some of the Star Wars theme tune. We played a simplified version and Mrs Davies played the full theme tune – the end piece sounded really good! All of the children have now been given their log-in details for Charanga which they can use to practise at home.
In Science, we continued to think about how we can describe different rocks. We began by learning about permeable and impermeable rocks, and rocks with high or low density. We then carried out a practical investigation using lots of rocks samples to test the durability, permeability and density of the rocks. The children did a brilliant job of being really precise with their observations!
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