On Monday, Oak Class had a brilliant time taking part in 'Contraction Surgery.' We learnt how an apostrophe can be used to contract and shorten a word. We then put on our P.P.E and completed surgery on words, using band-aids in place of apostrophes to fix them and put them together. It was a race against time as our patients' hear rate could flat line at any moment! It was great fun and the children have been spotting the use of apostrophes around the school and in their reading books.
In Numeracy we continued learning how to subtract and will be moving onto multiplication next week.
Both Mrs Packham and I are very proud of the children and how hard they have been working.