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This half term in geography we will learn how our country has changed. From the changes in Coventry after the Blitz in 1940 to the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics. We will complete the unit by looking at how Heywood has changed over the years to how it will be changing in the future. In science, we will be learning about reversible and irreversible changes and where we come across these in our daily lives. 

Week beginning 18th November

We learned a lot about how Heywood has changed over the year on our geography field trip on Thursday. We visited Heywood Railway station, the Cenotaph, St Luke's Church, Heywood Sports Village, Queen's Park and Mutual Mills. We also held out termly Spelling Bee. Well done to all participants. 

 

 

Week beginning 11th November

In science this week, we learned about an irreversible change. We mixed vinegar and bicarbonate of soda to create carbon dioxide and see how much we could blow up a balloon. On Friday it was our Anti-Bullying Day. We discussed the theme for this year ' Change starts here. Change starts now. Change starts with us.' We also pledged to make some changes and made a bursting book of kindness. 

 

Week beginning 4th November 2019

We've had such a fun packed week. We took part in a science workshop about separating materials. We continued our wider opportunities programme learning  the violin and also took part in an NSPCC workshop about keeping ourselves save. 

Week beginning 28th October

What a great start to the half term. In computing we learned about different ways of communicating with a particular focus on Semaphore. We practised our flag signals and wrote codes for the class to decipher. 

Week beginning 14th October

This week in science, we completed a collaborative task and presented information on the different planets in our solar system. 

Thursday 10th October

Today we made our bread and really enjoyed it. We also learned about the Staffordshire Anglo-Saxon hoard and why they buried their wealth. 

Friday 4th October

Thank you so much for coming to our class assembly. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. We really enjoyed reading all your lovely comments. 

Week beginning 30th September

This week we discovered artefacts that had been buried during Anglo-Saxon times. We discovered they were from the grave of Beowulf, an Anglo-Saxon warrior who defeated Grendel.

 

Week beginning 23rd September

This week we learned some new skills for our design technology topic of bread making. We learned how to mix ingredients into a dough and kneed it too.  We also continued with our violin lessons. 

 

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Week beginning 16th September

We had so much fun with Freddy Fit. We learned how to keep our bodies fit and healthy and what a healthy plates looks like. Take a look at the pictures below. 

Week beginning 9th September

 

This week we started out violin lessons. We learned about the different parts of a violin and even learned a song.

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