This week has been a busy week in school as the Year 6's have been doing their SATS. We are so proud of the children as they have been working next to the SATs classrooms so have had to maintain a lower level of noise and have different adults, but they have coped brilliantly and it hasn't stopped their amazing learning.
In Literacy we have been continuing to investigate the disappearance of Salim from the London Eye. We have been conducting police interviews of the characters to see what clues we can find. We ended the week by writing a letter begging Salim to come back, using our persuasive writing features.
In Maths, Year 4 have been finishing their learning on money by looking at how to use the four operations to solve money problems. Year 3 have been looking at time and how to tell the time.
In Topic we have been looking at famous inventors from history and how their inventions can be classed as turning points in British history. In Art we have finished off our Lowry inspired sketches by adding charcoal shading to our perspective city views. The children have produced some incredible pieces of artwork.
We hope you have a lovely weekend,
Mr Saunders and Mrs Harris.