This week we have continued our look at Judaism, the children have learnt all about synagogues and Hanukkah, and we are all looking forward to our trip to the Holocaust Centre on Thursday. On our return we will be asking the children to write about their time there, and so we have been learning what makes a good recount.
In maths we are continuing with our work on statistics and have been looking at tables. We will be moving on to learn about timetables, so whilst you are out and about this weekend have a look at bus timetables, train timetables, or even school timetables that belong to older brothers and sisters!
The children wrote some amazing stories linked to the story The Matchbox Diary, thank you for sending in such special items.
Next week we will begin looking at the spellings we sent home to learn, we will be building words from roots so make sure you spend some time looking at the words on the list.
Thank you for bringing in your match boxes filled with your special items. The stories you told were fantastic.
This week we are focusing on a book called the Matchbox diary and how stories are told in different ways.
We are also going to look at Judaism this week and how this links to the work we have been doing on WWII.
In maths we have begun the topic of Statistics and have begun looking at line graphs. We will continue this work for a few weeks to come.