In English, we have been looking at how to convey character through dialogue. The children have then written their own dialogues – using accurate speech punctuation. it is really important that the Year 6 children write in such a way that the reader is able to make inferences (I’m not sure Shakespeare was ‘troubled’ by … More This Week’s Learning
Huge congratulations to all the children who participated in the Cumnor Chase this afternoon. On a very cold day, they had to negotiate their way over some rather rough and muddy terrain. Everyone gave their very best, and I know I speak on behalf of all the adults who were there when I say how … More Cross Country
In Maths, we have been looking at place value and Yr 5 have completed some work on multiplication. We used a partly filled up table of data about the planets to give us practice in gathering information from a table. To provide an opportunity to consolidate their use of written methods, I gave them 10 … More This Week’s Learning
It was lovely to catch up and chat about the children tonight. How lucky the children are to have such supportive help from home – it does make my job so much easier – thank you. The children will be creating a visual representation of the solar system on Friday. This needs to include the … More Planets
Please see trip letter in relevant section. The children will be bringing home a paper copy tonight
Netball club restarts tomorrow evening – if it’s really cold, I will spend at least part of the session inside. Breakfast Club resumes on Wednesday, at 810, for Year 6 – same group as last term please. ISS will be overhead about 6.25am tmoorrow morning and about 7. 08am on Wednesday.
It’s been a busy few days. The cadets are busy building up strong muscles and improving co ordination. They watched ET, and they are now going to write a description of the planet he came from (and you thought I was just giving them an easy start to the term!). They have been recruited to … More This Week