This week, Reception have been writing about fireworks in their Literacy. In
maths, they have been ordering objects by size.

Next, Year 1 have been learning about nouns and verbs and identifying them in
sentences. In maths, they have been learning about place value and making
teen numbers with dienes.

Finally, in Roundwood, Year 2 have enjoyed the start of their dinosaur topic
and are learning how to tell whether a dinosaur is a herbivore or carnivore.
They have also been using chaining and jottings in maths to add large
numbers.

Next to Bramleyham, Year 3 have been planning a story about the Heavenly
Elephant and in Science have been learning about forces and friction.
Year 4 have had a busy week back after half term, learning how to use
analogue clocks to tell the time in maths and solve time related word
problems. In English, they have been captivated by ‘Yarny’, who is an adorable,
red woolly character from the game ‘Unravel’, and have thoroughly enjoyed
writing detailed descriptions of his adventures.

In Hemstalls, year 5 have been learning about Greta Thunberg as part of our
new topic on climate change. In maths, they have been thinking about place
value and rounding. In art they have been starting to learn about silhouettes.
Finally, Year 6 have been reading a new book called War Horse by Michael
Morpurgo. We have done lots of research about World War I in preparation to
write a non-chronological report. In Topic, we learnt how much money each
person gets in a production train for a banana and why Fairtrade is so
important.

Remember, together everyone achieves more.