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4th December 2020
This week in PSHE we have been thinking about friendship. We collaborated to make a piece of word art with some of the qualities we look for in a friend.
27th November 2020
This week we have been discussing emotions and how difficult it can be to read how someone is feeling in a message. In music we have been playing chords on glockenspiels and xylophones to accompany a piece of African music.
Today we investigated filtering solutions in different materials. We mixed soil and water and quinoa and water and tested different ability to filter the soil and quinoa.
Today we paid our respects to the fallen. We discussed the meaning of the poppy and held a 2 minutes silence. Members of our class read 'The Act of Remembrance' by Laurence Binyon and lay a wreath around the flag pole.
This we week have been writing relative clauses and non chronological reports about Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson, Katherine Johnson and Christine Darden. We have also been designing our bread roll products in DT and practising our spellings by creating word clouds.
This week in science we learned about the phases of the moon and how it is lit from reflecting light from the sun. We made booklets to help us remember each of the phases.
This week we have enjoyed taste testing different types of bread for our DT project.
This week we held our school council elections in class. The results were incredibly close but well done to our class representative.
This week in computing we learned about Claude Chappe who invented the mechanical semaphore. We then used semaphore flags to encrypt messages.