Every week on a Thursday we have a Good Work Assembly, we give out awards and announcements. So far this year I have won the Maths award.
This term year five are reading a book called The Rooftoppers!It is about a little girl called Sophie and a tall large man called Charles finds her in a cello case and rases her as his own. The story is set in Edwardian Times so Charles gave up work. Sophie is eight and has shorts because she loves climbing and it is hard to climb with a skirt and wears a boys shirt. Sophie thinks her mum is alive and wants to find her…
That’s all we have read.
Today we were allowed to wear our wellington boots to school but you had to bring in at least a pound. Over the whole school we raised £350 altogether and that money will go to poor farmers in Africa.
By Hannah y5
We have been making a survival guide for how to survive on Kensuke’s Island once we are finished the best ones might go on display.
Every Friday we come to school in our games/P.E. kit and do different activities like: French, sports, art, singing and music, sign language and many more. Different classes do different classes do different activities.
In Mr.Reynolds’ maths group we have been looking at fractions. In year 4 I didn’t like fractions but now I understand what they are and how to find out the biggest I absolutely love them!! By Hannah y5
Today ( Thursday 6th of October ) we went into the year 3 classrooms to use some Virtual Reality goggles. Some one from google experience came in to help us. We visited the Romans, underwater scenes and China.
In literacy we have been writing for and against balanced arguments, they had to be about whether or not travelling around the world is a good idea or not. I decided on against because some people do not come back. I really enjoy literacy it is one of my favourite lesson ever. Thank you literacy!!!!!!!!