The children in Year 4/5 gathered around this question posed to the class from Alexandra, Madeleine and Ruby.
A beautiful liturgy led by Alexandra, Madeleine and Ruby to celebrate the beginning of Advent.
Year 4/5 used the books 'You are Awesome' and 'The Word Collector' in their fantastic assembly all about using empowering words.
Year 4/5 worked extremely hard with finding fraction of amounts.
Alannah, Janiya and Edith led a beautiful Liturgy to reflect on what Remembrance Day means. They read prayers and poems to the class.
Year 4/5 worked together to plan a friction investigation. They had to think about how they could make their investigation fair so there results would be accurate.
Year 4/5 jotted down what they knew about fractions and then made a fraction wall. This allowed them to see equivalent fractions.
Year 4/5 put together drama performances when reading the very spooky witches spell in Macbeth. In the afternoon, their creativity continued and they wrote some spooktacular spells.
Pope Francis’ visit to our class gave us the opportunity to learn information about him. We also had our liturgy of the week based on the Laudato Si', which is a profound invitation to everyone on the planet to care for our common home. The children had lots of ideas on how they could look after…
The children were ‘game storming’ today! Looking at all the different apps and identifying algorithms.