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We have had another successful and busy week in year 1 and you have continued to make me so proud...

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Years 5 and 6 were excited to join Mr Hadfield for their first after school session this week. As a...

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Another week in Year 3 and we have learnt so much. In maths we have started our unit on fractions...

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In Maths this week we have focused on common factors and multiples, squared and cubed numbers and decimals to 3 decimal places. We have used our knowledge to problem solve and reason our answers with each other.

This week In English, we have completed our summary on the first chapter of Wolf Brother. We used our success criteria to guide us along with the style of different blurbs.

During Book Club this week, we have focused on the second part of a short story, we have used the reading cue PEE — make your point, give an example and back it up with evidence as a good strategy to answer questions fully.

In our Science unit, Living Things we have designed a human life cycle to show each of the key stages. To continue with our investigation we will compare the results of our growth by measuring the height, length of feet, arm span and head size of an adult.

This week we have planted out our cuttings from last term and hoping the plants will grow to be as healthy as their parent plants. Our rainforests in bottles were a complete success; with only one watering, they developed roots!

Our research has begun again in History this week as our focus moves on to Stone Age burials and burial goods. We have discovered details about the Red Lady, unearthed in 1823 but dating back to the Palaeolithic Age. As jewellery was found within the burial, the mistake was made to call her a lady, however findings now show this person was actually a man. We have begun to make our own Stone Age clay jewellery today using only the tools available in those times.

We finished our week off with our usual Friday testing. This will take place on Thursday next week as we are off on an outing to the Moss on Friday to continue with our John Muir award. I will email to confirm details.
Hope you have a lovely weekend.
Mrs Burns.

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