We have been learning how to do subtraction calculations that need to exchange tens for units.
We have been finding out about the physical and human features of our playground. We found out that a lot of our environment is man made.
This half term we have been studying the Ted Hughes novel The Iron Man. Some children made their own versions at home and brought them in. Excellent homework projects!
Today we planted out our runner beans and potatoes. We look forward to seeing how they grow.
The children performed their music to Mrs Cook this week. She was very impressed !
In year two we have been learning about plants. We already knew that plants need water, sun and soil to grow so we have investigated what happens if plants don’t have proper drainage. Half of our plants had drainage holes in their pots and half didn’t. The ones that had no drainage did not grow.…
We love reading in our new Amazon Rainforest themed reading area.
The children have been learning about friction in science and tested how far toy cars travelled across different surfaces.
This week the children have been learning to recognise and measure different types of angles in maths.
Bob was created for the purpose of the great egg parachute launch! Year 5 were given the challenge of making a parachute to protect a hard boiled egg as part of our forces topic in Science.
Thank you Mum’s for helping us to add the finishing touches to our DT toy projects. We hope you enjoyed your afternoon with us, we certainly did!
A rest from cooking, cleaning and ironing for all our Year Six mums at the Cathedral Catholic Primary School.