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Here is a collection of photos from last week's shelter building session at our after school...
Christmas has come to Wybunbury! Thank you Year 2 for helping put the tree...
This week we have been busy writing a biography of Bob the Man on the Moon! We used our skills...
It has been a very busy time in Y5.
We're happy to welcome Miss Moseley from MMU to the class, who will be with us until mid-December and is currently getting to know the children.
We had great fun role-playing, written scripts and presenting the news on the discovery of Skara Brae during the last few weeks, linking our history learning with our literacy. Mrs Cador videoed us making our news bulletins for our children's TV news station!
Our cave paintings are on display in the classroom — from our initial sketches, to experimenting with chalk pastels and making marks with sticks through to our final work on modroc frames. They look great!
We've drawn the artefacts found at Skara Brae and made clay replicas of some of the artefacts too. We're currently recreating a stone age village for display in our cloakroom.
We've been learning a lot about place value! We can place numbers on a number line and say the value of the digits. Some of us have reached a million! We can find the difference between two numbers using negative and positive numbers too. We know how to make numbers 10x, 100x and 1000x bigger and smaller, even making decimals and can round numbers to the nearest 10, 100, (1000). We are currently learning how to multiply numbers like 70 x 4, 70 x 40 and some of us have been working on 70 x 0.4 and even 0.7 x 0.4 and finding great strategies to do so! We've had great fun playing multiplication games using large sticks outdoors.
You will realise that with all this multiplication work, we need to know our times tables!!
We have covered our first science unit: The stages of the human life cycle. It created a lot of good quality discussion and learning.
In French, we've been learning to sing the French alphabet and we're now learning to present not just ourselves but our family too.
Mrs Chesters says we're very good at using musical vocabulary and we were able to all keep to time with tricky rhythm patterns!
PC Nick has given us two talks: Stranger Danger and a drugs talk as part of our PHSE lessons.
Molly and Daisy have made a great round house and a model of Stonehenge for the classroom. Well done!
We're really looking forward to our visit next Tuesday.