In our English lessons this term, we have focused on a books about looking after our world. We have designed posters encouraging people to reduce, recycle and reuse. We also studied a book called 'The Last Wolf'. We have acted, written poems and used the opening of the story to write our own stories. In preparation for our school trip to Port Lymphe next term, we have also researched different animals we will see and created our own books full of animal fact files, information about endangered animals and maps, etc.
In maths, we have been busy revising all the areas of maths we have learnt this year. We continued to learn how to tell the time. As well as reading clocks accurately, We can work out how long it is until playtime! We have also worked hard learning about mass and challenged ourselves with some exciting maths challenges. In science and topic, we have been learning about different materials. We surveyed all of our school to find different uses of materials. In our geography lessons, we have learnt all about maps and directions. If you ever get lost, we could definitely help you find your way.
What else has happened this term!
We visited Victoria Gardens to do a nature walk and to look for examples of uses of different materials.
We had a visit and a talk from an ambulance crew. The children really enjoyed looking inside and finding out how these special people help us.
Finally, we celebrated the Queen's Jubilee with a wonderful Jubilee Day which included games and bouncy castles...check out our photos on the Gallery page.