On Tuesday we went to Rye Meads RSPB Nature Reserve. It rained all day but the children were troopers and we had great fun anyway! In the morning the children were plant detectives; looking for common wild plants, making comparisons between them and even creating their own stinky plant cocktail! They then spent the afternoon pond dipping and found all sorts of interesting creatures - definitely the favourite part of the day!
We have been busy carrying out investigations this week. In Maths we looked at the shape of numbers and tried to spot patterns and establish rules. In Science we made observations about Spring, including measuring the temperature, and investigated whether trees have the same parts as other plants.
Click on the number 1 to take you to our video page
We are so proud of the children's performance in our 'Dear Fairy Godmother' class assembly! The children spoke clearly and confidently and looked fantastic in their costumes. Thank you very much for all your support at home!
There is a link to the video on our class videos page. You will need the password that was sent out with the newsletter on 17th March.
Chiltern Open Air Museum
We had a fantastic time at the Chiltern Open Air Museum! The children were enthusiastic and engaged and didn't let the rain deter them! We started the day with a workshop learning about how people washed clothes in the Victorian times. Our favourite part was putting the tea towels through the mangle! After lunch we split into groups and explored the other buildings on the site. We compared the things we found with what we have now and enjoyed learning all about life in the past.
Click the link below to find videos of us using the mangle! You will need the password which will can be found on last week's newsletter (17th March)
We have been exploring programming using Bee-Bots in our Computing lessons. We learnt how to write and de-bug algorithms and had fun sending the Bee-Bots on different journeys. Our biggest challenge was when we had to look at an algorithm and predict where it would send the Bee-Bot!
Visits from our grandparents!
We were lucky enough to have a visit from three of our grandparents. They told us about what life was like when they were growing up and we thought about what was similar and what was different. Thank you very much to the grandparents who came - we loved it!
The Year 6 E-Cadets visited our class to teach us about how to stay safe online
We have been using Google Earth to find our houses and map our route to school
On Friday we celebrated Remembrance Day. Have a look at some of our writing.
Adding on a Number Line
We have been learning how to add on a number line. Watch this video to find out how we do it!
Subtracting on a Number Line
We have been learning how to subtract on a number line. Watch this video to find out how we do it!
Our Trip to Tring Natural History Museum
We have had such a busy day! We are very proud of the children, they behaved brilliantly and were so inquisitive and engaged throughout the day. There were so many animals to look at and lots that we had never heard of! Ask your children to tell you about their favourites. We also did a workshop where we got to handle some animals and sort them into categories. I wonder if they can remember what kinds of animals are mammals, birds, fish, insects, reptiles and amphibians. We have learnt so much today! Take a look below at a few photos from our trip.
Here are some photos of our trip to Tring Natural History Museum!
Take a look at some of our great writing inspired by the book 'Farmer Duck'
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Bing BunnyHave fun making a colourful picture with Bing and Flop.
Newsletters will now be sent out fortnightly. Headteacher's Awards will be listed each Friday in the section under 'Children'. This week we are celebrating all of the children that have been caring.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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