Autumn 1 medium term plan
This week’s certificates
16th November 2020
Star – Merryn Macdonnell for being an all round superstar and making great progress- particularly in her maths work.
Mathematician – Anna Jenkinson for displaying excellent problem solving skills and having the most wonderfully presented maths book.
Writer – Lizzie Kilham for making huge improvements in her handwriting since September and showing creative ideas for her Varjak Paw writing.
This week’s timetable
This week’s spellings
We are learning about fractions this term. Parent workbook attached below.
This term Class 3 have started to learn about the Mayans. Here are just some of the fantastic Mayan inspired masks that the children have created in art with Mrs Newlyn-Jones.
Home learning section
The Nowhere Emporium
Monday 25th May
I hope you all have a lovely half term break. Enjoy the sunshine! 🙂
Friday 15th May
Thursday 7th May
This week’s work
Friday 1st May
Friday 24th April
Welcome back Class 3!
Please see the following presentation to guide you with the Science work this week.
The children were learning how to identify equivalent fractions and reduce a fraction to its simplest form using a story called Fractions in Disguise.
The children read the story and took part in various activities including making/ finding equivalent fractions and calculating fractions using pizza. They also designed and made a fraction reducer using the same materials as the main character from the story
Thursday 18th July 2019
Tuesday 25th June 2019
Tuesday 18th June 2019
Class 3 enjoyed a visit to Coventry Cathedral to support their learning in their current Understanding Christianity unit about God. The visit tied in well with the work they have been doing about World War 2.
Computing June 2019
Years 5 and 6 have designed routes and written instructions for Beebots. Class 1 have enjoyed using them and then writing their own instructions.
In science we are looking at States of Matter, we carried out an experiment using things that we know will melt, to see if they melted at room temperature. We used ice, ice cream, chocolate and butter. We took photographs every 30 minutes to record what was happening.
Here we are at our own Roman ‘dig’ we found, recorded, sketched and identified real Roman artefacts.
We investigated different soils that we had found around Naseby and tested them using pH paper. We then looked what plants grow best in the different soils. Both lavender and apples should grow well in Naseby gardens.
We also looked at different coloured leaves, we need to wait to Monday for the results of this investigation.
Here are some of us testing the soils.
The results of our leaf investigation are in, we can clearly see the different colours on the filter paper