Class 4's blog
On Monday, pupils in Key Stage Two were lucky to be visited by French chef Jean-Paul who works for AIP. He came, alongside Stella, to tell us more about French culture, cuisine and crepes.
During the course of the session, various children had the opportunity to make a crepe whilst others asked questions about French culture. We explored a range of topics including:
Last week, Class 4 enjoyed our Science themed week based on electricity. During the course of the week, as Scientists, pupils:
At the start of last week, pupils in Y5 had the opportunity to participate in Bikeability. They had a wonderful time (and glorious weather) learning about how to cycle safely and responsibly on the roads.
This week has been a busy week for some pupils in Y5 and Y6! In the space of two days, we have participated in a football league and a netball league.
Today Class 4 were thrilled to welcome the scientist Mr Scott Walker into our class to lead a session called 'Solar Scrapheap Challenge'. The challenge, which Cl4 willingly accepted, was to create a solar car using a variety of scrap pieces - including wires, aluminium rods and CDs.
Over the past few days, Class 4 have been learning about how to stay safe online. We have explored the theme of consent - the meaning of consent and permission. We have looked at online examples of where people might need to give or consider giving permission.
Today all pupils across the school have been celebrating the magic of maths during our 'Number' day. The purpose of the day was to raise money for the NSPCC, whilst also raising the profile of Maths within our school. In order to raise money, we have come into school wearing clothes with numbers on, had a mathstastic cake sale and sold Maths games that we have created.