Tuesdays- Homework due in Wednesday- P.E for all Thursdays- Year 3 P.E. Year 4 Swimming
Welcome to our class page. Be sure to keep checking our page to keep up to date with our learning. Working in our class we have Miss Kerrigan (Monday to Wednesday) and Mrs Oakland (Thursday and Friday).
We are also lucky enough to have Mrs Bowman, Miss Oakley and Miss Gillespie working with us throughout the week.
Remember to read at least three times a week at home each week!
We had a fantastic time starting off the schools week of planting trees. Thank you to all the adults that came to help us.
World Book Day Fun
The children followed instructions to create bath bombs. We all had lots of fun!!
They have also been working on designing and creating an appropriate package to hold their bath bomb - looking at nets, graphics and different materials.
Our project 'Potions' has been a massive hit with the children. The children have produced some absolutely fantastic work, from some creative watercolour art to some theatrical play scripts. Below is some photos of some of the work the children have been doing this half term.
The children have really enjoyed learning about how to keep themselves safe when online. They worked in small groups to act out role play scenarios that showed a problem and they had to work together to plan and then act out a positive outcome/solution. Each group then presented their role plays to the class.
The children also worked in small groups to play a question and answer game discussing areas of online gaming and keeping themselves safe.
Researching Aquatic Plants.
Everyone is Maple really enjoyed our project 'FLOW' and some fantastic learning took place. Below is a reminder of some of the things we got up to.
The children have really enjoyed learning about the different soil types there is and examining a variety of soil samples. They worked in pairs to examine the soil samples using some of their senses and magnifying glasses.
They made notes of their observations in order to compare the similarities and differences between them.
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