Our feathery friends are really starting to settle in now and we have enjoyed looking after them. We can’t wait to find out what their names will be! Next week, we have decided to do our Priory’s All Write all about the ducks. What can you find out about their diet, environment, safety and care before then?
We have been working hard on multiplication in Maths and achieved some amazing CLIC and SAFE scores in the challenges today. In RE, we have been thinking about creation and what we would do if we were creators like God. We designed a mammal to live in the Canadian Arctic. Can you remember what a prehensile tail is?
In our Science work, we have become experts on human lungs. Can you summarise what we learnt?
We used our knowledge organisers to help us label European countries on a blank map and we now know what exactly we need to be self-quizzing on ready for the end of term quiz.
To start off the week we did DARE. We all had great fun doing it and lots of people found it very interesting . Then we did Science where we learnt about the human heart . What facts do you remember? We also had great CLIC, SAFE and Learn Its scores what did you get? We did philosophy about what made a meal . Here is a question for you: Is there a rule that it’s ok to break?
Our new Learn Its are from the six fact challenge:
Remember to blog so you can get a blog log stamp. Have a good weekend
Here is a real life problem for anyone:
Jennifer learnt 55 music notes in 1 month and Chelsea learnt 65 but then Jennifer forgot 5 of them and Chelsea forgot 9 of them . How many notes have they both learnt?
Now that we have collected the fruit harvest, Y6 will be baking on Tuesday. We are going to make Pear and Almond Flapjack Tart. I was wondering whether anybody might be able to work out the cost of making one tart.
There are two ways of doing this:
You could find all of the ingredients on a shopping website such as Tesco or Asda and add the cost of each ingredient. Doing it this way will cost more as you will have some ingredients left over.
If you really wanted to impress, you could look at the size of each packet and work out how much it would cost for the exact quantity. For example, if a 1kg bag of flour costs £1.80 but we only need 250g then the actual cost of the flour is £1.80 divided by 4 = 45p.
We’re having an amazing time! We’ve completed our scrap heap challenge where we made outfits out of rubbish and strutted our stuff down the catwalk! Back to the dorms now for the evening before another busy day tomorrow. Here are the first few photos…
Happy Roald Dahl Day! We had a great time today thinking about George and his marvellous medicine and used it as the basis for a day of practical work on measures and capacity. Can you post what you learned today for a stamp on the blog log?
For further rewards, post your Real Life Maths questions here for your classmates to solve…