Today we have looking at the British Values - we wrote and performed our own raps about the golden rule. 'Mutual respect is the golden rule, everyone'll be happy at home and school, no matter what religion, we're all super cool!'
Competition!! The history of Loughborough's town.This week we are looking at how Loughborough's town has changed through time. I've attached the local history page of the town. We learnt that the population of the medieval Saxon village was about 180. Can you find out what the population of the town is now? 5 Raffle tickets for the first 3 correct answers!
There's no place like home!We've really enjoyed learning about Leicestershire's very own Queen, Lady Jane Grey. We've looked at her house and the grounds that she owned as well as the viewing building Old John, if you'd like to visit or learn more about Bradgate Park and it's history I've attached their website link. Ps. It's the perfect place for a sunny picnic! (All we need now is the sun.)
Calke Abbey trip - 03/05/2016
Summer (1) Topic planning - There's no place like home! Have a look at what we'll be getting up to in our new topic work.
We made our own books based on our class favourite 'The Day the Crayons Quit' for World Book Day 2016. We wrote some very honest letters to ourselves from our hard done to stationery!
Number facts game'Unlock' Sketch's world by answering the number fact questions - this is a great game for children who want to practise their number bonds and facts. Remember: the quicker you can recall them, the easier it is to use them in all areas of maths - have fun!
We had great fun today celebrating Science Day! We tried to preserve caveman ice hands with a range of thermal insulators and finished our day with rock hunt!
Attached is our curriculum map for our current topic of 'Rocks, Stones and Bones'!
Thank you!You have all worked incredibly hard this half term - well done and thank you! If you fancy doing any 'Roman activities' during your break I've attached lots of fun things for you to have a go at! Enjoy, relax and I'll look forward to seeing you all again on the 26th!
Timetables hit the button game.My maths group played this game today and really enjoyed trying to recall their timetables more quickly - a great one to play at home to improve multiplication memory! You can choose a target number or challenge yourselves with the mixed game. Have fun!
Ordering numbers up to 1 million!We've been ordering really big numbers this week - see if you can race somebody at home to pop the balloons in the correct order. Have fun!
Just like a Roman!We've been learning to dance and sing 'just like the Romans'! Can you teach the people at home to eat, drink and party like them too?
Make a Roman mosaic.We have been looking at making Roman mosaics in out art lessons and have created patterns using different materials, click on the link below to create your own online mosaic! I'd love you to bring in a picture or copy of what you have designed!