In Literacy, we have started writing instructions. Miss Jones and I both attempted to make ham sandwiches according to the children's instructions. It wasn't long before they all soon realised that a few changes needed to be made when the bread was being buttered without a knife and the ham was being placed on the sandwich still in the packet. I think they will all admit it was a very funny learning experience!
In Maths, we have moved on to fractions. The children have all worked extremely hard and have been trying their best to prove their fractions knowledge using diagrams.
In history, we finished learning about Ancient Greek democracy - ask your child who was allowed to vote and who wasn't.
Listening during clergy collective worship!
Working hard in history.
PSHE - giving compliments to each other.
P.E - Shape
Class council meeting held by Miah and Callum.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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