Today, these children recorded with Trax FM as part of their little school project. Next week, from 3:30pm-4:00pm the children will be on the radio every day, answering questions and telling jokes for the whole week. They were all fabulous and I can’t wait to tune in!
This week 5B have been hard at work with maths and literacy lessons. We have done lots of collaborative learning around our theme of space. In literacy we have looked at newspaper reports surrounding the famous 1969 moon landing. In maths we have looked at area and perimeter and how to calculate it in shapes. Ask your child what they know about the moon landing, your guaranteed to be impressed.
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What a fantastic day we’ve had! The children have been brilliant throughout the day. The whole experience from beginning to end was amazing. The children sang like angels, the music was uplifting and it was an experience the staff and children will never forget!
First week back has been completed. The children have really enjoyed hook week and the creative activities we have completed. The solar system model is in place and everyones rocket has launched around the classroom. The pupils interest in this topic has been brilliant ! The only thing missing from the classroom is a rocket model, a space probe or a satellite model if any parents and children are feeling really creative???
We have 5 very full children after their dinner treat at Nando’s! The children won this for their commitment to reading last term! What a fabulous experience! Let’s see who will win the places at Pizza Express this term!
What a proud moment we have had this morning, seeing this group of 5/6 children confidently showing around the Mayoress of Doncaster! The children were so proud of their learning and their school and the Mayoress was so impressed!
Today in 5B we got messy with paper mache. We worked together in small groups to each create a planet that we can use to transform our classroom into a space odyssey. The children loved getting messy and sticky and there was plenty of belly laughs trying to keep the balloons in place.
We can’t wait to show you our finished solar system!