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This week in Base 5 we have been busy writing about The Gut- the engine rooms deep inside London . We have been really thinking carefully about our word choices and the ways in which we can create atmosphere in our writing. We have developed our working wall with lots of words, ideas and phrases which have really helped our writing- we are using this resource very well.
In maths the children have been requesting what they would like on the maths working wall which again they have used brilliantly. We have been looking at addition and subtraction in maths and been battling with problem solving and reasoning. Playing a few games along the way.
In geography we have been revisiting our past learning- asking what we already know and how this can help us with our next steps. We have been looking at maps, their purpose and reasons as to why they are different. We have also used aerial photographs to help us learn about London. We have started to create our own tourist map for London- focusing on some of those very special places such as St Paul's Cathedral and Tower Bridge.
This week we have also learnt about road safety and were awarded class of the month due to our wonderful questioning and listening skills- well done everyone! As well as this we have played hockey, thought about images in RE, rehearsed our harvest festival, enjoyed our French lessons and taken charge of our Friday assembly. We do manage to do such a lot in the week. Now, enjoy your weekend everyone- a well earned rest is much needed!

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B Cador: Sat 27 Nov 1:43pm

It was lovely to share Alice's family celebration of the Thai festival of light or 'Loy Krathong' in assembly yesterday.Whilst Alice's Aunty Chanya was busy making krathongs with her class in Thailand (see photo 1 and 2), Alice was busy doing the same with mum, dad and gran here (photo 3). Krathong means 'floating basket'. In Thailand, people traditionally make...

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: Fri 26 Nov 7:09pm

What a wonderful experience we had this week, something that I am sure we will never forget. The children, after growing their own lettuce, now used this as part of the dish they cooked at Reaseheath College with the inspirational Michelin Starred chef; Simon Radley. The children were also supported by the excellent Reaseheath students who helped to teach, guide and support the children to really...

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Miss Phillips: Fri 19 Nov 2:59pm

We have all had a lovely week at Wrenbury. We have even started all of our Christmas singing. Well done to all the children who received an ACHIEVE award and a star learner award. Base 4 have won the attendance with...

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