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Who is the Boy in the Oak?

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The story of the Boy in the Oak has created lots of excitement in class this week. It has such wonderful word choices and illustrations that have inspired us to think about the character of the Boy in more detail. We have explored a trailer for the film and this features mysterious music and the boy being cruel to nature.

In Numeracy we have been writing our own number story word problems. Doubling and near doubles have been popping up in lots of our learning too. We were looking at questions imagining the Romans and Celts were in battle. If 23 men were fighting and 11 of them were Celts, how many were from the Roman army?

We are enjoying learning more about the Romans. We now know why the Romans invaded Britain. One amazing fact this week is that Emperor Claudius brought elephants over to Britain to scare the Celtic tribes when he invaded Britain. Google Earth has helped us again this week to find out where the Romans invaded, and how they travelled to Britain.

Thank you for all the feedback that you have given regarding your new MyMaths accounts. You have been busy! Some of the feedback has been that you have been unable to login to the account. I have extended the date until next Friday to give you extra time if necessary.

Have a lovely weekend.

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