Another Friday already! This week seems to have flown by. Before we know it, it will be December.
A round up of the week:
In English, the children wrote their own versions of 'Perils of Everest' and once again, I'm pleased with their writing. They worked hard to include our list of success criteria. In Maths, we have just finished our unit 'Length and Perimeter' and begin a unit on 'Multiplication and Division' next week. I can't stress enough how important it is that children are learning their times tables off by heart. They need to speedily recall them. The expectation is that they know all tables up to 12 x 12 by the end of Year 4. Wider curriculum subjects have been interesting this week, learning about the Earth's orbit in Science and air masses which influence UK weather in Geography. We practised our still life drawing skills in Art this afternoon and have been enjoying Tag Rugby in PE.
It was lovely to see everybody dressing up and getting into the spirit of Children in Need today, raising plenty of money. We enjoyed our 'Run for Fun' and singing the Children in Need song! We also had a special assembly today delivered by a police officer all about road safety. Please make sure children are wearing bright clothes now the nights are getting darker, are walking on pavements and are not playing in roads.
Have a great weekend.