Macedonia de frutas! Fruit Salad!

We continued learning the Spanish fruits today; we played games and sang songs to help us remember them. Mrs Nadin asked us 'Te gusta las fresas?' and 'Es bueno para la salud?'  We read a Spanish rhyme, 'A la una' that helped us to revisit los numeros 1-10.   

Our Spanish estrella de la semana…

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Solve it together!

This week in PSHE we looked at the qualities of a good friend, what makes a good friendship and how we can solve conflict to find a solution everyone is happy with.  We discussed how working together can result in a win-win situation for all involved.  We revisited the 'solve it together'…

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Las frutas

We have been learning the names of different foods in Spanish and today we concentrated on the fruits.  We used flashcards to learn the names of Spanish fruits and practiced the pronunciation of each one; peras - pears, fresas - strawberries, naranjas - oranges, platanos - bananas, ciruelas -…

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Ancient messengers

In our Topic lesson this week,  we looked at some cave paintings together and discussed what we thought they were trying to tell us. We analysed some in our groups in our own caves, under the tables and used post it notes to write ideas down such as who we think drew it and what the artist…

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Stone Age experience

In our Topic lesson, Dr Hill visited our classroom to teach us all about the Stone Age. He took us on a journey through the different times within the Stone Age. We learnt how humans have evolved and the different tools used. We were able to ask him questions we had in addition to listening to…

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Roles and responsibilities

We started our new jigsaw puzzle today in PSHE; Relationships.  The 'connect us' part of the lesson was so funny and a real challenge; we had to mime an everyday action but when the person next to us asked us 'hello, what are you doing?' we had to answer with a different action but still miming…

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Te gusta el chocolate?

A great Spanish lesson today on la comida y los bebidos!  We sang the Te gusta song again to refresh and revise the Spanish foods and drinks.  We revisited the phrase Te gusta....? Do you like....?  After practising the song, Mrs Nadin hid the words on the smartboard and handed out the words…

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Magnets

In Science, we learnt about magnets. We observed how we could move certain objects with a magnet whilst with others we couldn't. We explored this concept and discussed. We look at the North and South Pole on magnets and discussed why they attract and repel. We used some magnets to see what was…

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Exploring cave paintings

In our English lesson, we had another experience day. We brainstormed what food they may have eaten in Stone Age Boy and what they would have used to cook. We explored some cave paintings together and discussed what we thought the picture was telling us. We had a go at drawing our own cave…

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Spring is here!

In RE today, we learnt about Easter and spring time. We read a poem about spring and picked out all of the new signs of life it included. We went outside and took photos of signs of spring. We wrote our own poems about spring and wrote a letter about Easter and why it is so important. 

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Making our own timeline

We used research we had carried out and sheets of information to inform us of the different parts of The Stone Age in addition to The Bronze Age and The Iron Age. In groups, we read the sheet and created a 3D page with things we had learnt about the age. For example we built caves, or small…

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Te gusta..?

Today in Spanish we started a new topic on food and drink.  We learned the phrase Te gusta..., meaning 'do you like..?'  We sang a song asking, 'Te gusta el chocolate and lots of other Spanish foods; helado - ice cream, pizza - pizza, fresas dulces - fresh strawberries, jamon - ham, chocolate -…

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