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Weekly Update - 8th March 2018

Mr Rutter - 08 Mar 2018

Weekly Update - 8th March 2018

Following the excitement of the snow last week, we have been getting back into our transport topic work this week.  Following our work on trains, we have been thinking about transport on the water – this week looking at the Titanic. We spent a lot of time looking at how luxurious the ship was for its first class passengers, and making comparisons to the third class accomodation. We also learned about the sinking and who might be to blame. The children have been really engaged with this important part of our history.

In maths we have just finished our work on division, and will be moving on to fractions. Fractions link really well to division (thinking about grouping), and we will be coming back to division a lot in our work. To support our work in class, please do look at halves, quarters and thirds at home and out and about if you seen any. This includes fractions of an object (e.g. half a cake) and of a quantity of object (e.g. half a dozen eggs).
In our English work we have found that we have a lot of budding authors in Oak Class. The children have been working in groups to write their own words to a wordless picture book to tell their own version of the story. There were some beautiful descriptions and some wonderful examples of story-telling. We also started to share the story of the Railway Children, which will be the focus of our English work until Easter.

We are continuing with our 100 million minutes reading challenge – so please note down the time spent reading so that we can add your times to our total.

Thank you for all of the support with our Fairtrade café this afternoon – the children have learned a lot about what Fairtrade means and where our food comes from. Of course it was a bonus that we all got to enjoy some delicious cakes after baking with Fairtrade ingredients! We raised £58.31 which will all be going towards the Fairtrade Foundation charity (of course on top of the money given to fairtrade foundation farmers when we bought the ingredients).

You should all have received an email asking you to book a Learning Review Meeting, please do ask if you need help arranging an appointment time. The children and I are looking forward to sharing their success with you.

 
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