It is the end of term…
Thank you for all the presents and cards I received. Thank you for everyone’s hard work this year. Good luck to the Year 6s - please come back and see us soon. Year 5s have a good rest because you have lots of fun activities (and hard work) to look forward to next year.
Time to say our goodbyes… :cry:
BTW Don’t make J.H. watch the Muffets – she really doesn’t like them :wink:
I have already received some amazing cards and presents:
This is our last post on our blog for this year it’s time to enjoy our holidays.
Visit the website below and check that you have included all the correct information in your book. When you have FINISHED play the game to test your knowledge.
Click on the link below to create interesting noun phrases for superheroes that are unique and not famous yet.
This is what your page should look like:
Once your list is created, choose two (or three) of the powers/attributes to invent a totally original superhero.
On the 24th of June our school went down to Chew Magna Cricket field to do our Sports Day we were were split into different teams named after countries. There were lots of different sports such as javelin, skipping, egg and spoon, hula hooping, flat races, relay race and hockey. When we did the sports we split into year groups. Everybody had lots of fun.
The first place team was England, second place was USA and third place was Spain.
The summer production is coming up and everybody is getting excited we have all been given our parts and we are practicing so we learn our lines off by heart. There is a matinee and a evening on the 9th of July and the evening is the 10th July.
In class recently Mrs Clarke has taken some children out on a Friday to do some cooking they have made different recipes like leek and potato soup but because our topic is Brazil Mrs Clarke has decided to make Brazilian Cheese balls (Pão de Queijo) . After the children finished making them they got to take them home to share with their family.
The World Cup is now starting everybody is getting very excited it has been every 4 years since 1930 when Uruguay took the title as fist team to ever win the World Cup. In Golden Eagle class we have all be allocated a team to follow for the World Cup and the people whose team get to the finals will win a prize and the person whose team wins the world cup will get a toy version of the mascot Fuleco.
Below is a list of the teams we are following:
Last week we each created scenes showing animals from the Amazon in their rainforest habitat. We first looked at the work of the artist Henri Rousseau, studying the way he painted the different layers of the jungle and the way he presented a variety of types of trees and leaves. We illustrated the scenes carefully using pencils and pencil crayons and then we made the animals from plasticine using photographs as a reference.
Below is a small selection of the finished displays:
Well done to everyone for their hard work creating such detailed displays.
This week in Numeracy we have been looking at ratio. Below are some activities for you to complete relating to this topic.
Weigh It Up – This activity uses the context of balancing weights to help you to understand ratios.
Thinking Blocks – This gives you a variety of ratio word problems to be solved (I recommend watching the video introduction at the start). Focus on ‘Ratios 1′ but you may want to extend yourself by looking at the more difficult challenges in ‘Ratios 2′ and ‘Ratios 3′.
Ratio Rumble – As a reward when you have finished you can try to create mixtures to make ratios and defeat your opponent (you can mute the annoying music – look for the symbol in the top-right hand corner).
Remember to let Mr H. know how you got on by leaving a comment in the comments box below.