This week the children have been creating a story called Cinderella of the snow based on our learning from the book the Cinderella of the Nile.
In maths, we have been learning all about roman numerals and using them in different contexts.
Finally, in science we have been testing the friction of different materials and we have combined all our forces learning to design our own formula one car.
This week in English the children have been learning how to punctuate speech and using it to develop our characters.
In maths, we have been learning how to round decimals and we have been converting between different units of measure.
In science we have tested the magnetism of different materials and in topic we used our historian skills to find clues from Egyptian paintings.
This week the children have been learning how to use prepositional phrases to develop their sentence composition.
In maths, the children have been exploring decimal numbers and understand the value of each digit in a decimal number.
In science, we have created fish to test water resistance and we have investigated magnetism to develop our understanding of which metals are magnetic.
This week the children have started a new writing sequence based on Cinderella of the Nile and we have been compare it to a traditional version of the story.
In maths, we have started a new unit of learning on place value and we have been exploring negative numbers.
Finally, in topic, we have been designing our own Egyptian headdresses.
This week the children have completed their learning on biographies and they have a been a joy to read.
In maths, the children have completed their sequence of learning about multiplication and division.
Alongside this, the children have been taking part in lots of different activities to support the development of positive mental health. We have developed different strategies to build connections with others.
This week the children have used all the writing skills they have learnt in this sequence to write their own biographies on Tutankhamun or Cleopatra, I have really enjoyed reading them all.
In maths, the children have been learning the grid method of multiplication and practicing this further.
In science, the children have been focusing on understand the force of water resistance and in topic the children have decided where in Egypt they would have settled, if they were ancient Egyptians, based on the physical features of Egypt.
This week in English the children have written their own biographies all about Marcus Rashford and the challenges he has overcome to achieve his current success.
In maths, the children have continued to explore multiplicative reasoning, particularly focusing on multiplying and dividing numbers by 10, 100 and 1000.
Finally, in science the children have created balloon rockets to experiment with air resistance and history the children have learnt about the importance of the Nile to the ancient Egyptians.
The children in Exmoor have had a really exciting week, as they have been able to experience many aspects of Egyptian life thanks to our visit from the past presents team. In English, the children have been researching Marcus Rashford so they are ready to write their own biographies about him. In science we have been experimenting with gravity and air resistance. Finally, in maths, we have started our new sequence on multiplicative reasoning by exploring different numbers and their factor pairs.
This week in English the children have continued to explore our new inspiration text and have enjoyed learning new facts about some of history’s most inspiring women.
In maths, the children have completed their learning about shapes and angles and we will now be moving on to multiplication reasoning.
Finally, in topic we have started to learn about some of the key events of the ancient Egyptian culture and in science the children have started to learn about our new topic, forces.