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Weekly Update - 16th May 2019

16 May 2019

The week seems to have flown by with lots of great activities. Last Friday, the children all really enjoyed Urban Strides and it was great to see video evidence of their performances. Today, a group of eight Y4 children visited Ripon Tennis Centre for a Mini-Tennis Competition (one team came second and one team seventh- great achievements!). We have also welcomed the Year 5's into our class this week as Year 6 completed their SATS.

In maths our focus has been on volume and capacity - we have explored these concepts practically and developed our understanding of reading scale. In English we have focussed on viewpoint - changing from the third to the first person and vice versa. In R.E we enjoyed making and delivering Pentecost cards to St Andrew's Church as we learnt that pentecost is thought of as the birth fo the Christian church. The children have also had a great time with Mr Anson - using milk cartons to make and decorate Viking longships - they are looking great and we'll include some photographs next week.

On Monday afternoon the Year 4 children will join Mrs Wolfe and I on a visit to the Royal Hall in Harrogate for a writing workshop. 

Have a super weekend.
 
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