Our targets this term are:
Reading: To answer comprehension questions about the text I have been reading.
Writing: To learn my weekly spellings and apply them in my writing.
Maths: To recall the 3 and 6 times tables and the related division facts.
Poetry! Justice Class have written some great poems about the moments before the eruption of the volcano in Pompeii. They enjoyed practising and performing them.
Pupils hard at work learning symmetry in Topic Maths.
Music with Mr Cook
We had the fantastic opportunity to work with our school music teacher Mr. to create an amazing Romans Rap! You can listen below:
We have been enjoying designing and making Roman and Celt jewellery. I hope you are as amazed as we were with our results.
Thank you to all of you who are bringing in home learning. We have celebrated some amazing mosaics and the Roman shields are enhancing our class display on the Romans. Keep it coming!
We have been presenting our research on the qualities needed to become a Roman soldier – including recruitment posters and fact files. We are learning so much.
Justice Class have begun an in-depth read of ‘Escape from Pompeii’ by Christina Balit. An exciting tale of a Roman boy who lives in Pompeii where dramatic events unfold.
We have been enjoying our new topic on the Romans. We have created timelines and put key historical dates in chronological order to understand when the Romans ruled across Europe.
We really enjoyed dressing up as Romans for the day though some of us found football on the playground a little difficult.
For term 1 we have been working on our place value, ordering numbers and lots of work on the properties of shape. We have made a great start and we are sure we will meet our target times tables with a bit of practice.