R Charlesworth: March 2019
What a wet and windy week this week has been! While the weather has been raging we have been busy bees! In English we have been developing our description, adding speech and using cohesion to help our reader. In maths we have been recapping area and developing our reasoning skills, we have been learning how to tackle a range of problems using a few simple tricks!
We have also been busy on our learning journey books, completing computing tasks and making some historical conclusions about Stonehenge.
We all looked great in our red today- great effort everyone. Year 6 helped to sell the cakes at break time and really did a super job. We ended our week with sharing our book choices homework and now have lots of books on order... I can't wait for them to arrive!
I hope you all have a lovely weekend.
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