Today in Forest School, we learnt about angles, particularly focusing on right angles. We used angle measurers to locate right angles in the forest and playground. Afterwards we played a game to help us understand full turn/360 degrees, half turn/180 degrees and quarter turn/90 degrees.
Year 3 chose a new class book this week. First, we looked at the front covers of four books and made predictions about their content. Then we listened to the blurbs to see if we were correct. Finally, we voted for our favourite giving reasons for our choices.
We have been learning lots of facts about the Montgolfier brothers, who were the first people to invent a flying machine; the hot air balloon. We then designed and created our own hot air balloons. Here are some photos of us painting them. It was really tricky to keep them balanced as we painted b
Year 3 were introduced to British Sign Language (BSL) today by one of our lovely parents. She will be delivering a longer session next Friday (24th May) and has set us a few tasks in preparation: Learn the alphabet and signs on these sheets Basic BSL signs – Wroxham Year 3 A paper copy has
The children have been very busy – squeezing lots into just four days! Enjoy your weekend!
Please see below for this weeks learning note. We hope you have a lovely weekend! Mrs Williams, Mr Cahill and the Year 2 team Week 3 – 10th May
We read ‘Fox in Socks’ by Doctor Seuss and made up our own tongue twister poems about what’s in our shop. Here are some films of us reading them. IMG_2699 IMG_2698 IMG_2700 IMG_2701 IMG_2702 IMG_2703 IMG_2704 IMG_2705 IMG_2706 IMG_2707 IMG_2708 IMG_2709 IMG_2710 IMG_2711 IMG_2712 I
Please find attached the Year 5 learning note for this week and also some pictures of what we have been up to. Year 5 are also intending on taking part in the Potters Bar Carnival this year, on Sunday 9th June, so please keep an eye out for letters which will be sent out next […]
We learned about lines today (horizontal and vertical, and pairs of parallel and perpendicular). Here are some photos of our findings: