Today we spent some time learning about Remembrance and why it is important that we show our respects on this day. All of the children demonstrated an excellent attitude and showed great respect throughout the day - well done.
We've had a really busy week again (I seem to say this every week!) and have been working really hard. In English, we've started writing our class report called 'Perils of the Volcano'. This links nicely with our Science topic 'Rocks', where we have been learning about how igneous rocks are formed. Do you know the difference between intrusive and extrusive igneous rocks? Ash class does! In Geography, we've continued learning about rivers and can explain how a meander and oxbow lake are formed.
I hope to take the children down to the river to see what we've been learning about in action. This is, of course, weather dependant, so I will keep you updated as necessary.
Something the children are working really hard on is sewing their Christmas trees ready to sell at the Christmas fair! I will post some photos next week for you all to see.
Have a lovely weekend and see you next week.
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