Spring 2 – Week 5

We have had a lovely end to the week (and term) with some fun in the Friday afternoon sunshine.

This week we almost finished our English work on planning a procedure for a Victorian Banquet – we’ll do some final checks and editing after the Easter holidays. I’m sure Queen Victoria would have approved the excellent ideas and formal tone used in these very precise and authoritative documents.

In Maths, we concluded our work on Fractions, Decimals and Percentages, with a challenging end of block test, and then had a look through our arithmetic and reasoning papers to see just how well we have done. We should be extremely proud of our maths work so far this year. If you needed any more support on this topic, please check out BBC Bitesize for more information.

To conclude our topic work, we looked at the lives and influence of two incredible Victorians: Dr Barnardo and Florence Nightingale. We found out how they helped to make life better for everyone by making changes to social and medical care in Britain. If you’d like to know more, watch these YouTube videos – Dr Barnardo and Florence Nightingale. Who do you think had the greatest impact?

Pupils of the week –

Well done to Layla H and Zarwa Z for their fantastic contributions to school this week. You have been a pleasure to teach and your effort has been excellent.

Enjoy Inspire Achieve Awards –

Well done to Mollie – for enjoying the learning challenges Y6 has offered her this year.

Well done to Ollie – for inspiring other to engage and participate in lessons.

Well done to Joel – for his dedication to learning and using all opportunities to achieve well.

We hope you have a wonderful and restful Eater Holiday – we shall see the children back at school on Monday 8th April.

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