Happy Friday everyone! And what a beautiful one it is - this weather is certainly different to the start of this week and the flooding we experienced.
In Ash Class this week, we've been busy finishing off a lot of things. In Maths, we've recapped some of the key methods which will help the children in Year 5 and have looked again at addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. It would be great to have a final push with learning those times tables to see how many people can get to the 'mixed' level on Times Tables Rockstars.
In English, we have written poems called 'Colours of Summer'. The children used metaphors to do this. Here is the poem that Laura and Lauren composed:
What is yellow?
It is the face of a sunflower
It is the bumblebees on a sunshiny day
It is gold dust sprinked on buttercups
It is a sour juicy lemon
It is a tiny fluffy chick waddling around
It is a wet, crumbly sandcastle
It is a shiny, colourful raincoat, protecting from the rain
It is a yummy soft corn on the cob
It is a half moon shaped banana
It is the bright fire of the sun
- Laura and Lauren
One of the highlights of the week was Mrs Mathew's fashion show in French. A lot of fun was had showcasing their outfits and demonstrating their learning of the French names for clothes.
Yesterday, the class met their Year 5 teacher, Mr Foreman. They played some games and I think they are looking forward to having him as their teacher next year!
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Looking ahead to next week, the final week of term, we have lots of fun things in store. Watch this space to see if the class earn their nugget treat!...
Have a great weekend. Stay cool!