We had an exciting science lesson this week as we turned our bodies into the digestive system and teeth. The best way to explain this is to show you the photos from the lesson.
We had great fun and the children know the journey our food takes now!
They lay in a long wiggly line to show the length of the small intestine and one child travelled through the large intestine which was an amazing journey!
We have been learning to measure in mms, cms and metres and have been estimating how long different areas of the school are.
We have completed our mythical stories now and they are adventurous and magical. We used adjectives and adverbs to make them exciting and we created dramatic opening lines to entice our readers.
Half of the class are working on their plates in the sculpting lessons and the plates produced so far are colourful and bright.
Dilnot and used his box idea to create this display of our relationship with our planet. We incorporated recycling and littering to demonstrate how we can help or hinder our world.
Next week we will be working on subtraction in maths, the skeleton in science and timelines in history.
We will be planning our route to school on maps of Potters Bar for Geography and working on adaptability in PSHE.
Our literacy work will include connectives, spellings, punctuation, handwriting and creating plays from the myths and legends we have learned this year.
I hope you have a pleasant weekend and I look forward to seeing you for our parent/carer consultations.