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ISLANDS OF ADVENTURE
A MATHS CHALLENGE!
We have been studying the art of Henri Rousseau. We have been learning how to colour mix and have re created this famous piece using some of the same techniques. Look at our brilliant paintings!
'Surprised' Henri Rousseau
Our English work is based on the classic book , 'Treasure Island' by Robert Louis Stevenson.
We are really enjoying this book and will be working towards writing some epic pirate adventure stories. So far, we have enjoyed learning about pirates, have been practising speaking like pirates and have written information reports. We are also studying the plot and characters in Treasure Island, in our reading lessons.
Our P.E. day is Friday. This half-term we have outdoor P.E. Please come to school in your P.E. kit and ensure that long hair is tied back and earrings are removed or covered with fabric plasters.
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SEND and Wellbeing resources
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We are learning the words to this song to find out more about the Solar System.
Find out all about our topic this term in the newsletter below.
REPORTING ONLINE CONCERN FORM
SPELLINGS TO LEARN AT HOME.
SPELLINGS TO LEARN FOR A TEST ON TUESDAY 11th MAY. Please log on to Spelling Shed to play the games. Please also choose two of the spelling activities to help with these words.
Leopards. Make sure you can write these words in a sentence.
Lions. Make sure you can write these words in a sentence
Tigers Make sure you can write these words in a sentence.
Tigers will also be tested on 5 random words from the statutory list. This will be sent home on Friday. They should start trying to practise the words they do not know if they can spell all of the words above. The aim is to know them all by year 6!