Over the last few weeks, Year 4 have been learning about Ancient Greece. Today they explored Greek food. They had to describe the foods by using all their senses. Every child took a risk by participating in the activity.
Year 4, can you tell me why the Greeks thought honey was so important?
The FGB met this evening. Items discussed included:
- Positive developments with parental partnership and future actions
- Academy Working Party discussed options available
- Discussion of home learning booklet
To consolidate our Maths learning this week, Year 6 have had great fun playing battleships with a partner of their choice. They showed great maturity in their choices of their partner and thought about themselves as a learner rather than working with their friends. Year 6, how did you decide who you wanted to learn with this morning?
Year 4 have been learning about Roman numerals in their maths lesson. They went outside and each child was given either a number or Roman number. Then they had to find someone who had a matching number.
Katie said, “It was fun finding a partner with a matching number.” Laila said she enjoyed making a human clock with the Roman numbers.
Can you guess what number XXI is ?
Children in Reception are learning how to make decisions. Here is a poster of how I am leading this project with the children. What decisions do you think we need to make? Why is this important? How does it help our learning?
Due to the rain this morning, we were unable to run outdoors so we took the opportunity to do a 15 min Zumba activity which was instructed by Miss Short. Both myself and Miss Short had a great time and felt ready for the learning ahead.
Year 6 – What are your thoughts on the Zumba this morning? Let us know your thoughts.