Showing posts from October, 2017

5C Week 7

Thank you for attending Parents' Evening earlier this week.  It was lovely to meet you all and we hope you enjoyed looking at your child's work displayed in the classroom and their books.
Over the last fortnight, we have been learning about the following:
Maths We have revised the names of 2D shapes, added fractions and decimals to make a whole number and  worked on perimeter and area of simple and compound shapes.  We have also learned to convert between different units of measurement ie cm into m
The children have enjoyed playing games on the following website which you may want to take a look at with them over half term:
Fraction number bonds
Decimal number bonds
Analogue to digital time
R.E We have been considering what it means to be involved in a mission as a Catholic. Some of 5C explained that they are involved in assisting elderly people living in care homes to distribute their cards around Christmas time.  Others mentioned small yet important jobs they take part in around …

5C week 5

Autumn Week 5 5C
The children have had over a month in 5C now and are continuing to stay motivated and positive about their learning.
One of the highlights of 5C so far was when the children created incredible still life compositions on a theme of their choice.  As well as selecting a wide range of objects, backgrounds and labels were designed and arranged by the children.  We were impressed by how original the themes chosen were, including Chinese artefacts, peace and seasonal nature themes.  Great team work was involved in creating arrangements and completing this process!
See below photos of the following group compositions:
1.Achievements and Fruit 2.Autumn Fruits 3.The beauty of China 4.Dominica 5.Autumn 6.Autumn and Wildlife 7.Peace around the World 8.Wildlife

We have been continuing our reading of Christophe’s Story as well as moving onto focusing on grammar this week.  Can you explain the difference between a verb, noun, adverb, preposition, determiner and conjunction?  Remember…