Following our thinking skills work in art, I wondered whether you might be able to think of an impressive title for this painting? Maybe you might decide to use the one you share (or magpie someone else’s) as the title when we write our settings when we come back.
Think back to our work last term on sentence openers. Can you write any impressive sentences about the picture? Could you use a connective? A verb? An adverb? Two adverbs? Remember to include appropriate punctuation and I’ll reward you with raffle tickets. Psst… no weak words allowed
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This week we have been doing our SATs tests, luckily it all went well and we enjoyed it. In the afternoons we had great fun doing relays to revise. We enjoyed watching the animated version of The Tempest. Yesterday, we did the Penn Resilience Programme , where we did all sorts of different role plays. Mrs Larkin nearly made us all faint when she said we had an extra test to do because we’d done a wrong one but fortunately it was just a trick! Today we are doing a Jamie Oliver cook off: we’re making rainbow salad wrap – lets hope they are nice yum! yum! 🙂 🙂 🙂
By Jasmine and Tamzin
We’ll soon be starting our Rivers and Tempests topic, so post your ideas below on what you’d like us to look into in more detail…
Click here to have a go at some maths games. There are three folders to choose from and for many of the games, you can set yourself different levels of difficulty. Have fun!
This week we have increased how many people have done homework 🙂 We have been rapidly getting classcredits and we have done some maths, which was fun. We have been doing spag which now everyone loves doing the worksheets which Mrs Larkin gives us .On Wednesday we were on Scratch doing Coding and Kyle R wizzed through Herbert and Felix with a little bit of help from Andrew . Have a great three day weekend! Make sure you reply once you have done your homework . 🙂
Text by Harriett , Andrew and Alice