During our Science Week we had the opportunity to do something out of the ordinary. 4AB made some foam snakes using plastic cups, microfiber cloths, elastic bands and water. The children had lots of fun playing with the foam snakes and trying to make the biggest snake they could! It was lots of fun!
The children have spent the past few weeks designing a moving animal. They have had to plan the size of their animal and the size of the box. They spent this afternoon (4.7.18) measuring and sawing their wood. They will spend next week hammering their wood together.
As you all know, next week is SATs week for all year 6 students. We have been very busy practising and preparing for these important end of key stage assessments.
The test week begins on Monday 14th May with the two-part Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar test, followed by the Reading test on Tuesday morning, and the 3 Maths papers (Arithmetic, Reasoning A, Reasoning B) spread over Wednesday and Thursday mornings.
To give students the best possible start to their days next week, we are offering a free breakfast in the hall for all year 6 students. Please see the letter brought home this week for more information.
Sports day is on 15th June 2018 at 1pm.
Children are to wear their P.E. kit with a house colour t-shirt for the event but will change back in to uniform to walk home.
Refreshments will be served at a minimal cost for all spectators by the PTA.
This afternoon 4RT have enjoyed their 100 square reward by watching a film and eating popcorn. This reward is for all children in the class working together and taking responsibility for their learning.
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