In Science this term, we're building on our learning about electricity. We had a lot of fun recapping what makes a circuit and exploring different ways of making circuits before we learnt about the different symbols used to represent electrical components.
For our final art lesson this term, we made a clay model of the Titanic. Have a look at some of our models below!
Maggie's Titanic PowerPoint
Logan's Titanic PowerPoint
Aoife's Titanic Poster
We've been writing persuasive leaflets to convince our reader to buy a first class ticket. You can read some of our leaflets below. Would they persuade you to buy a ticket?
This term, we've been learning about fractions in maths. We started by creating a fractions museum in which we used different equipment and drawings to show a range of different fractions.
In literacy lessons, we've been learning about non-chronological reports. We then imagined we were explorers in the Amazon rainforest and we'd discovered a new species of animal. Using our geography learning, science learning and the vocabulary words we've been learning, we wrote our own non-chronological reports to share information about our new discovery with the world. We worked really hard on our reports so we hope you enjoy them!
On Tuesday 8th September, we had a rainforest day to introduce our new topic. We looked at videos and photos of the rainforest to help us think of vocabulary to describe it, tried some rainforest fruits, built a model of a rainforest shelter and even made a rainforest in a jar.