Charlotte and Liberty were given £5 at Sunday School as part of an Enterprise project. They used the money to make things, sold them and used the profit to buy more materials and sell them. They traded up until they had made £132 by the end of Lent. They donated the money to ACTION FOR CHILDREN. Absolutely brilliant job girls, well done.
Ben finished the week well with 24 out of 25 in his maths assessment. Great work Ben.
Mollie has completed many sorting diagrams today and even made her own for a friend to solve. Super work Mollie.
Lexie, Morgan and Jake were chosen for their fantastic work using protractors to draw triangles and they had also identified parallel lines. They all worked accurately and neatly.
Thomashas made a brilliant effort this week, showing a much improved attitude to all his work and also to working cooperatively with others. He is determined to make good progress this half term. An inspiration to all!
Read Izzy and Evie’s speech bubbles to find out how they made these spider related models.
Jessica produced this creative, imaginative and descriptive piece of writing which has a great opening.
Yasmin took her time to produce this super chalk pastel picture.
Coincidently it was our sponsored owl, Twilight’s hatch day today!
Kieran showed that he can answer questions about bar charts really well.
Georgina was investigating whether sugar snap pea pods contain odd or even numbers of peas. She wasn’t too keen on eating them though but showed adventure and a great ‘have a go’ attitude by eventually tasting them. Well done.
Imogen had been studying world animals and built this great elephant out of clay. She really enjoys nature, so much so that she has her own nature blog. Check it out on http://imminaturewatch.blogspot.com
and leave her a comment please.
Angel made this bar chart to show which fruit her classmates preferred. She talked freely about her work and wanted to challenge everyone in assembly with her questions.
Pestilence and plague have hit Class 11. Subhaan has researched the Black Death and presented his findings in this fantastic format.
Joe wrote this wonderful description of the animals from the story “Handa’s Surprise”