We’ve had a busy month in P6 with karate and tae kwon do tasters, weight, capacity and volume investigations, box making, newspaper article writing, times table challenges, symmetrical pattern creating, co-ordinate work, WW2 presentations, poppy making, area of a right angled triangle bingo, circuits, German, rounding, making human decimal number lines, World of Work week, book reports, learning for sustainability, Children in Need Day, poetry and bridge making (more of which later!).
Well done P6. You have all worked immensely hard and deserve a well earned rest… until Monday at least!
As part of world of work week primary 4, along with other classes, enjoyed visits from three parents. Jessica’s dad, Jamie’s mum and Nicholas and Tamsin’s dad came to talk about their work. All the talks were very interesting and certainly made the children think about their future careers. Many thanks to the parents who came in, it was a great experience for the children.
World of Work Week on PhotoPeach
A massive thank you to Beth the fire fighter who visited nursery today to talk all about her job. The nursery children were very excited to have such an important visitor as part of their learning about people who help us.
P4 today started their recorder lessons – great effort everyone! Mrs G