Miss Phillips: October 2019
Base 3 have worked ever so hard this week. We began our week by celebrating the harvest at church and the children did a lovely job with their singing and reading.
On Tuesday we took part in our STEM week with the whole school. We were challenged to create a system that would help to move tomatoes down the mountain in Nepal. We explored different mechanisms and materials that could be used. We tested each system using real tomatoes and we only ended up with a few squashed ones.
The rest of the week was back to normal, we have written the next part of Kensuke's Kingdom and we have explored mental addition and subtraction further.
The children are doing really well in their brass lessons and are getting ready for their performance.
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