Today’s assembly was full of good work and other achievements too. Unfortunately some of the younger children rushed back to class before Mr. Smith had time to collect their work for scanning. They were the children in Year 1 who had written some brilliant instructions on how to become knight. we will try to retrieve these and post them at a later date.
Lexie and Eve have created a 3D collage to show the different layers of the rainforest and which animals live in each layer.
Morgan was chosen this week as he has always focused on the activities he has been asked to complete. In Maths, Morgan’s class have been interpreting and presenting data. Morgan presented information about deforestation in a bar chart.
Freya and Joshua worked hard to create a tangram design of a human figure for Maths Challenge D. They tried hard to use lots of mathematical vocabulary to describe it.
Brandon’s class got a privilege for all children being green i.e. well behaved when Mr Smith visited. Brandon has collected data about which treat or privilege they would like as a reward. He brought a tally table, bar chart and had also made up his own questions to ask about the data. Can you work out which privilege the class chose?
Alfie has been writing a persuasive argument as to whether animals should be kept in captivity. He was selected for Good Work assembly as he has made a big improvement with his handwriting.
Lewis and Year 2 have been working on a Superhero topic. This is Lewis’s writing plan. He will use it to descibe the perfect shirt for a Superhero, as you can see it is packed with imaginative features.
Danesh came to assembly with his best piece of writing ever! He had written a detailed account of Beowulf’s fight with Grendel. It was action packed and he had correctly used speech marks for the characters. Well done Danesh.
Kaishi’s Mum sent a letter to Good Work Assembly to let school know that Kaishi was one of only 6 winners in a competition run by The Guardian. He had to think up his own ideal robot and let them know its name and the things he’d like it to do.
Kaishi told us that you fed his robot, which is called Dinerbot, ingredients, the robot then cooked them and the meal came out ready to eat from a flap on its tummy. It also swept the floor and washed the dishes. He won a copy of the book “Robot City” signed by the author Paul Collicut. We are all very proud of him.
We also heard from the Year 5 Basketball Team reached the final of their competition but were denied victory by our friends from Lees Primary.
Finally we heard from the children in the Enterprise Group who took their idea of The Mad Hatters Kitchen to “The Dragons” to see if they could compete in this year’s Step Up Challenge. They practised their presentation with Mr Smith and he was impressed and prepared to “buy in”. The results will be out next Wednesday. Our fingers are crossed!