In Maths this week, we’ve been interpreting data from bar and line graphs. We’ve even tried to create our own line graphs using data about population changes.
In English, we’ve finished publishing our setting descriptions, justifying our choices about the position of each sentence in the paragraph. We’ve also practised editing.
In RE this week we have continued our Pentecost and Mission unit by looking at St Paul’s letter about how to be a Witness to the Good News. We’ve created beautiful job descriptions to appeal for more Witnesses.
The children have new spellings, looking at words ending in ‘ous’:
Maths homework this week is to continue using SumDog as much as possible. For creativity homework, you should find a letter in your child’s school bag from Mrs Pearson, regarding the ‘homes through the ages’ competition. We have suggested that the children might like to research Saxon and Viking homes and make a model of this to both, further their topic understanding and meet the criteria for the competition. These must be completed by the deadline stated on the letter to be considered for the competition, but it will still be useful to bring in any models finished after this date.
Have a lovely bank holiday weekend and a great half term!
Team 4 🙂