It was great to have Mr Kitcher back this week. Who knew you could have so much fun making music with plastic cups! It sounded fantastic.
We wanted to know which magnet was the strongest, so we planned an investigation. Based on our understanding we made a prediction and tested the magnets using paper clips. We used our results to write a conclusion.
We really enjoyed looking at and handling some Ancient Greek artefacts in our History lesson. We predicted what we thought each one was used for and we were surprised by some of the answers.
We have been learning all about magnets, it was fascinating to feel the poles repel and attract, an invisible force!
In Ash Class we love reading for pleasure, we enjoy listening to our class book everyday and choosing a surprise book from the basket. We also add our favourite books to our Reading Wheelbarrow which we take outside with us at break times.
It was fantastic to see families and pets getting involved in our Red Nose Day red theme. Sparkle stole the show.
We have been reflecting on the question 'Why is Easter important to Christians?' We have discussed the events of Holy Week and how they were happy or sad. We recorded our ideas on a palm tree.
The children enjoyed their times tables battles using TTRS, the competitive element really engaged the class. What a fun way to learn our times tables.
Children Leading Our Learning
Each day we use a counting stick to practise our times tables, this week the children have been leading the learning for this activity. They were amazing.
We had a wonderful first day back together, we spent the day celebrating being with our friends again. We had fun playing team building games and completing some well-being art.
A few examples of the excellent work Ash class have completed this week.
There has been some super work from Ash class this week.
Another fantastic week of home learning in Ash class.
Another busy week of home learning.
Ash Class have been busy with their remote learning this week.