As ever, our kitchen team have excelled themselves with their creativity for World Book Day lunch.
We had an afternoon learning all about University life at Newcastle Uni and the different things the children can study, clubs to join and facilities to use whilst at University. It was fascinating to hear about all the different subjects and degrees and what all the amazing new buildings are for.
We have been using the counters and numicon to understand comparable fractions, improper and mixed number fractions. This is part of our mastery and Shanghai elements that we use in maths lessons. (Don’t tell anyone but we even got to write on the desk – one huge whiteboard!)
Our Reading Champiosns visited Waterstones in the Metro Centre yesterday to meet Liam, the Children’s book expert. He was very impressed with their book reviews and was keen to hear their thoughts about the books they had read. Then he helped them to choose a new book. It was a lovely visit and
We had an AMAZING day on Ancient Greek day! After learning about the history of the different city states, we made our own clay offerings. Then we acted out Sophocles’ famous play, The Medea. Best of all, we investigated different artefacts. Some were over 2,500 years old!