In English this week, the children explored a variety of different poems written about animals and used these as inspiration to write their own poem based on an endangered animal. They included onomatopoeia, alliteration, similes and imagery to describe their animal without giving their name away. Their friends then guessed their animal based on the description given.
In Maths, we have spent the week problem solving different equations based on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
In Topic, we have focused on the 7 continents and 5 oceans around the world.
In PSHE, we discussed the important of staying safe and speaking out using resources from NSPCC. https://learning.nspcc.org.uk/services/speak-out-stay-safe?utm_source=googleads&utm_medium=display&utm_campaign=nspcc_everfi_march22&utm_id=speakoutstaysafe&utm_content=speakoutstaysafe
We also had an assembly arranged by Tiago to discuss why eating fruits and vegetables is so important!Challenge for the holidays: can you try new fruits and vegetables and write/draw about this experience?
Well done to all of the children this term! They have all worked incredibly hard and we are proud of their positive attitudes and progress!
During the holidays just rest, read and run!
We hope that you all have a fantastic Easter Break and enjoy your time together. If you would like to do some home learning, here is the Direct Gov website where you can find past SATS papers to practise with your child National curriculum assessments: practice materials – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)