It's been another busy week here!
In Maths, we have continued our learning about Fractions. We spent a lot of time using the fractions resources to explore what equivalent fractions are and how to find them. In English, the children have written their own versions of the Anglo-Saxon legend about Beowulf, 'A Monster Slayer'. These are great and everyone tried so hard - I'm very impressed! In History, we learnt about the end of the Anglo-Saxon era and the arrival of the Vikings. Next week, we will consolidate all of this learning as we answer the essay question 'How did the Anglo-Saxons change Britain?' In Science, we explored what stars are and learnt about how our sun was formed.
Forest School was a great session this week. The class split into smaller groups and some children were collecting sticks for a future project while others were weaving their own Anglo-Saxon medallion using the material dyed with the items they foraged for last time.
One more week until half term... I'm not sure where the time has gone this term.
Have a lovely weekend.
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