This week the children have completed their learning on addition and subtraction in maths and are now moving on to developing their understanding of different shapes and their properties.
In topic, the children have learnt about what life would have been like for evacuees.
In English, the children have created their book pages on life in the trenches.
Finally, all the children have made me very proud by working really hard on practicing their singing to perform in the Christingle service.
This week we have finished writing our writing sequence inspired by our topic learning about life in the trenches. In maths we have been learning how to solve word problems using our addition and subtraction skills. Finally, we have learnt about the impact of the Blitz on the south west and how rationing effected everyone during World War 2.
This week World Cup fever has hit Exmoor class and we have done some art work to celebrate this! In English, we have finished planning our final writing piece inspired by the book ‘How to live like a stone age hunter’. I can’t wait to read everyone’s work! In maths we have been problem solving based on different data and in topic we have been learning about the use of propaganda in World War 2.
This week the children have been learning more about what life would have been like for children during the air raid and using this research to write their own diary entry.
In math’s, we have been furthering our understanding of column subtraction.
In topic, we have been comparing and evaluating machinery from World War 1 and World War 2 and designing our own Spitfires.
This week we have started to recognise the different features of formal and informal writing as well as using adverbial phrases with in our writing.
In maths, we have started to develop are column subtraction skills and we have been practicing this.
In science we have identified patterns in how different pitch sounds are created and in topic we have been learning about the importance of remembrance.
This week in English, Exmoor class have begun looking at a new book called ‘How to live like a stone age hunter’.
In maths, we have continued to expand our understanding of addition and using it to help us problem solve.
Finally, in RE we have been learning about different religious celebrations and in topic we have combined all our learning about World war one to create a poster.
This week all the children in Exmoor class had a fantastic time at Tiverton museum and were able to experience lots of different wartime artefacts to further their understanding of the World Wars.
In maths, the children have been learning more about column addition and practicing this skill.
In English, the children have written their own imaginative stories inspired by Westlandia.
The children have also completed their own computing projects.
The year 5 children have filmed and edited their own videos about the importance of remembrance and the children in year 4 have edited images to create their own spooky pictures.
This week the children have continue to plan their own stories inspired by Westlandia, ready to write them next week.
In maths, we have completed our sequence of learning on place value.
In topic, we have been exploring how technology changed during World War 1 and explaining why this might be.
This week the children have been working really hard.
In English we have started to plan for our independent piece of writing inspired by the story Westlandia.
In maths we have been exploring rounding. Year 4 have been rounding to the nearest 100 and 1000 and year 5 have been rounding decimals to the nearest whole number.
In topic we have been learning about all the different vital roles animals played in World War 1.
This week has been an exciting one for Exmoor class!
All the children worked really hard on preparing for the harvest festival, which all paid off as they all performed beautifully in the service. We were also able to see the children portraits of the Queen which are on display in the church to celebrate her life.
Year 4 travelled to Park secondary school to take part in a cross country festival, which was great fun! All the children gave it their all and supported each other!
Finally, in science the children have been looking at different states of matter and together we all created an anomaly substance!
Well done Exmoor class!
This week the children have worked really hard on settling back into school.
This week we have started a new English sequence and we have started learn more about the story.
In maths, the children have been exploring more about place value and in topic we have started learning about World War one.
This week the children have settled really well back into school. They have made new friends, worked as a team and learnt new routines. The children have all made a fantastic to their learning; in maths we have started looking at place value and in English the children have been reading a new story all about resilience. In topic we have started to look at this half terms focus, which is World War 1.
Our PE day is Wednesday, so please come to school dressed in your PE kit. You will need to bring a waterproof coat each week, as we will do PE outside, whatever the weather!
Next Friday (16th September), we are holding a Roald Dahl day in school. Please pay £1 via eduspot shop to come dressed in your favourite pyjamas or Onsie ready for a Roald Dahl bedtime story! We will use the money to buy some new dictionaries.