What a great week, we celebrated World Book Day with lots of book sharing and talking about the importance of libraries. You can find so many book recommendations, videos from authors and illustrators on the website to continue building a love for books https://www.worldbookday.com/families/
In English this week, we innovated our own story based on the book ‘Never tickle a tiger’. We had lots of fun imagining all the different animals in the safari and used adjectives, verbs and adverbs to describe them. Here is a writing prompt if you want to apply your learnt skills: English 4.3.22
In Maths, we continued to learn about multiplication. We looked at the relationship between 2, 5 and 10 times tables. Don’t forget to login to TT Rockstars and keep practicing your times tables! Times Tables Rock Stars: Play (ttrockstars.com)
In Topic, we focused on how much space animals need in the wild and how humans can help protect them from being endangered.
In Maths, we will be learning division. We will be using a variety of examples and objects to enhance their understanding.
In English, we will be writing non-chronological reports about endangered species.
As a school we want to continue to promote healthy living habits. In the next few weeks, we will looking at the importance of eating vegetables and challenging ourselves to try different ones during our lunches.
Here is a great resource for you to dip into if you want to find some activities, recipes or games all about vegetables: https://eatthemtodefeatthem.com/
Next week the focus vegetables are peppers so we wonder how many of you can bring peppers as your snack?
In PE we have been practising our ball skills and have started our tennis lessons. Here are some activities to try at home: https://www.lta.org.uk/play/parents-area/tennis-at-home/
The Golden Lock
We’re always keen to promote and support sustainable travel and healthy living at our school, and next week on Wednesday (09.03.22) the Junior Travel Ambassadors will be randomly selecting three lucky winners for the golden lock prize! If you’ve cycled to school that day, you’re automatically entered into the prize draw. The JTAs have 3 golden padlocks to give out and will fix 1 to one bike in each of the main 3 bike rack zones on school premises. There are some great prizes in store for the winners – so get on your bike!