This week the children were set the challenge of building their own Anderson Shelter out of cardboard boxes. Their team work was put to the test but they all managed to construct an area of safety ready for the siren. After hiding away in their shelters, the children tried spam sandwiches and condensed milk.
Maths competition in Hub 2. Choose a three digit number and divide it by a two digit number, total the remainders and the person with the highest remainders wins. Why not challenge someone at home and see who wins.
Welcome to our new School Council representatives for this academic year. We are looking forward to working on new projects and initiatives with each council member. We hope to get lots of interesting ideas for ways to make our school even better! Please see your class representative if you have any exciting ideas to share. We aim to meet regularly
We went into Learning Hub 2 to research facts about rationing during World War 2. Using the white board table allowed the children to present their findings to the rest of the class. We found out some very interesting facts!
We have been thinking about the impact of our writing on the reader and experimenting with different sentence types. We are going to re-write the traditional tale of The Three Little Pigs but make it appropriate for 11 year olds. Watch this space for our final versions.
We made the most of the weather and took our maths lesson outside. Its surprising how many questions you can answer when you turn it into a competition. Our problem solving skills and teamwork are definitely improving!
Today, we were assigned our evacuation family. Some of us were lucky enough to go to a kind, caring family whereas others definitely did not! We will be writing letters home based on our experiences. Half the class had a negative experienceA disappointed evacueeA disappointed evacueeA disappointed evacueeA happy evacueeA happy evacueeA happy evacueeHalf the class had a positive experience