Welcome to our class page for Spring 1
How far can you throw your shadow?
How can you show that your shadow changes
according to the position of the Sun?
Why do footballers in a night match often have
How can you explain the relationship between the Sun
and the Moon
(in terms of lighting up
How can you design and make a periscope to show how light reflects?
How can you set up an experiment to show
how shiny things respond in the dark?
Can you create a piece of art which shows
reflection of light on water?
In literacy we will be looking at a version from J.M. Barrie's classic … Peter Pan, the boy who never grew up. We will use this text to look at different learning objectives, ending with the children writing their own adventure story. We are using this classic book to look at the features and the way in which the author uses different techniques to 'Hook' (get the joke...well your children will at the end of the half term!) the reader. Alongside this, we will be looking at grammar and spelling. JM Barrie makes his work really interesting by starting sentences in different ways. He uses suspense, speech, adjectives and similes to create long and short sentences. This is something that the children will be focusing on for their own writing. It will be great fun...but watch out for the crocodile!
Numeracy will start with looking at multiplication and division for the first few weeks. Developing mental approaches and using formal methods to complete calculations. Then we will move on to measurement and using money. Ending with statistics and who knows Peter Pan may well show up here too!
Lily- Super work on collecting, recording and reading data.
Sophia- Her attention to detail on the 'sundial' design and make, was really very good!
Kyle M- His real have-a-go approach this week is helping him address his targets and his spellings- keep it up!
Harry - His independent writing this week has shown thought and attention to detail. As well as getting all of his spellings correct!
James - For showing his independent approach to applying his learning thoroughly this week.
Lucas - Lucas Reddy has made a concerted effort to learn independently and confidently this week.
Kyle A - He has shown fairness and equality throughout the week.prompted.
Lucy - She showed her independent work to stay on task and crack a 3D drawing.
Harry - For his independent working and mathematical understanding, in order to draw 3D shapes without being prompted.
Bobby - For being equal and pointing out the inclusion of others in an activity....well done!
Owen - For his independent working in numeracy and art!
James- Confidence and self belief is helping James this week in his learning....well done!
Braydon- His respect for others just keeps on shining through! Helping adults unrequested!
Brooke - For showing more independent working and getting on with the jobs in hand.
Lucas - The first week back and he is showing that he can get on and be an independent learner.