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The children have explored different games, old and new, and learning the rules for these games. Outside we have taught the children about 'Jenga' and learnt about taking turns and supporting our friends. We always hi-5 after every game!
Anti-Bullying Week 2017
1 Lime linked the theme 'All Different, All Equal' to their maths lessons. The children chose a 2D shape and created their own unique patterns to decorate them.
This week in English we have been reading the story The Sweetest Song. The children were learning to retell the story and worked together in groups to create a story map to help them do so.
Our visit to The Roman Verulamium
Inside the museum we saw lots of Roman artefacts such as amphora bowls, jewellery, Roman coins, kitchen utensils and mosaics. We also found out about the jobs that they did and the types of homes they lived in. Mrs White, Miss Oakley and Miss Daly were very proud of all the children as they were a credit to our school. We would also like to say thank you to all the parents who helped on our trip. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did.
Year 4 have been learning note names and how to read simple music; which has meant they are now able to play a few pieces on the glockenspiels. The last piece they learnt was a rock and roll number called, "Good, Better, Best!".
Will it sink or float?
In science we looked at water resistance and the effect this has on different shapes of blu-tak being dropped into water.
6 Hornbeam thought about the ways in which they all differ, including their likes and dislikes. They discussed the motto 'All Different, All Equal' in groups and all agreed this motto is how we should treat each other in and out of school.