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Reading Homework Challenge.

P4A February 2018

P4A are being asked to present a small piece of research about an animal from a cold land.

How will you need to prepare?

    1. First choose your animal!
    2. Next,  find relevant information about your chosen animal under these 5 SUB HEADINGS -Family Life, Skills and Abilities, Fascinating Facts, Adaptation to the Cold and Food chain.
    3. Research your chosen animal: ask adults, look online and in books. Research will begin at school and continue at home.
    4. In your own words, write between 3 and 5 short facts about your animal under each sub heading.
    5. Decide how you will share the facts you have discovered?  You could pick a poster, power point, labelled drawing with notes or a small booklet.
    6. Once complete, practise sharing your information in front of someone at home.
    7. Be prepared to deliver your presentation to others on Wed 7th or Thurs 8th Feb 2018.


I am very much looking forward to seeing your presentations and hearing all about your researched animal.

Please ask if you need to borrow any paper, pencils or research books.

Mrs Muir

Our week

This week we learnt food names in French.

We want to know more about volcanoes.

We were surprised that seismologists can measure earthquakes.

It is cool how a seismologist came to see us.

Our week by Ellie and Katy

This week:

  • we learned about fruits in French;
  • we figured out how to keep ourselves safe out and about;
  • we discovered how to use time correctly;
  • we explored the cause of tsunamis
  • the most challenging thing was playing happy families in French using fruit; and
  • we were successful because most people didn’t get reflection time.

We still want to know more about fruit in French.

Our week by Tom and Ava

This week…

  • we began to learn about keeping ourselves safe;
  • we figured out how to interpret scale drawings;
  • we discovered more about the layers of the earth;
  • we explored where lots of natural disasters happened;
  • we want to know more about time;
  • the most challenging thing was scale drawings;
  • we were successful because we were all well behaved in art;
  • it was cool how we played Scatterball in PE;
  • we were surprised that China has suffered so many natural disasters.
  • we now know who is the best at Scatterball!

Our assembly

On Friday P6C delivered a first class assembly to the rest of the school, parents and carers.  They were outstanding!  All through the week they worked together to create, improve and perfect the Victorian Hall of Fame.  Well done everyone – you should all be very proud of what you accomplished!