Preparing for a volcanic eruption!
Another busy week planned. We have our class assembly in a couple of weeks and therefore we need to prepare something to present to the whole school...as our Geography topic is Volcanoes, I think this would make a pretty good topic to talk about. If anyone has any pictures or fact books on this topic that you could loan the class for our assembly, that would be great. Thank you to those children who have already bought books in with volcanoes galore!
Monday will start with a PSHE lesson about kindness, how to get along and how to be a good friend. Hopefully, we can all share thoughts and issues during circle time and have a new, invigorated Green Class who are ready to learn and less inclined to spend their days being unkind to each other!
We continue with Krindlekrax, which the children are loving, in English - moving on to story sequencing and story planning.
Maths moves on to formal methods of multiplication, initially partitioning and then column multiplication.
RE continues to look at parables focussing on The Parable of The Mustard Seed on Tuesday.
We have a whole day of DT on Tuesday to construct our photo frames which got a little sidelined with the mayhem of christmas, but we are still keen to get the saws out and finish our products. If anyone has anything that could be used to attach to photo frames to give them a theme, like dried flowers, stickers, tiny items that can be mounted with hot glue guns etc, please send them in by Tuesday.
PE on Monday is dance and football will be on Thursday and as previously mentioned, we continue Volcanoes in DT and finally fitting experiments with light and shadows into Science on Friday.
Congratulations to Harry D who won the merit award in assembly. Monty was our pupil of the week, but he does not know yet as he was stuck in snow on Friday and our table winners were The Charlie and the Chocolate Factory table.