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Category Archives: Building Learning Power
In Year 4, we have been working on making persuasive leaflets to go to Lister Park. We have learnt a persuasive text that will help us to write our own leaflet. Then we identified the Toolkit, so that we can imitate it and use … Continue reading
Year 3 have been studying dinosaurs and in DT we created some 3D dinosaurs using different DT skills. We stretched our planning muscle to create designs, drew our own outlines and cut them out. Next we added newspaper and enjoyed … Continue reading
On Tuesday Year 4 became scientists for the afternoon so that they could carry out an indepth survey of our new Drummond Road site. They wanted to look closely at the habitat to find out what was living there. They … Continue reading
It would be fair to say that over the past few years, we have not had a lot of success in Reception trying to hatch chicks, but this year is different! Have a look at the photo below to meet … Continue reading
Last week in Year 4 we started a P.S.H.C.E. topic all about communities and our roles in them. We started by collaborating on a group brainstorm about the communities we belong to. We discovered that some communities are very small, … Continue reading
Last week saw the end of The Apprentice Project at Miriam Lord as our final two teams from Year Six made their way to Yorkshire Building Society to battle it out in a final interview. The winners would not only … Continue reading
Last week, Year 4 started their exciting new Literacy topic. We are learning about Non-Chronological Reports and we are using a great text called The Bradford Ridge-back. After reading the text, we thought of some actions to help us remember it. Then, … Continue reading
To coincide with World Maths Day on 6th March, I thought I’d ask you to share what makes Maths marvellous for you. As an adult, I use Maths every day, even though I might not actually be teaching a Maths … Continue reading
In Year 4 we are learning about temperature. We have learnt a lot and in this post I am going to try and stretch my Distilling muscle to explain the most important parts of our new learning. First, we investigated what was … Continue reading