In maths we have been doing a project about making cookies. In the project we have to choose the ingredients for the cookie and also the cost of the cookie. So far this week we have come up with what we want to put in the cookies in a tally chart and at the moment they sound very tasty.
Later on in the week we are going to bake our cookies and test them to see if the flavours go together correctly. Possibly we are going to sell them all out on the playground and we hope you all like them but it won’t be for at least another week because we haven’t done much on the project, as we have only done one activity and we are going to do 5 or 6.
By Dan and Ollie
On Monday it was district sport field events. In this we came FIRST PLACE and we were presented with a trophy for the second time in a row.
On Tuesday we did Heart Start as part of our science lesson.We learnt how to put someone into a recovery position.
Wednesday afternoon was all about rehearsing for our production ‘Cinderella Rockerfella’. Year 5′s practised songs while Year 6 did their scripts.
Thursday morning was our fake tribunal. We all discussed a pretend matter about a river in Middlewick.
On Friday year 5′s did PE and year 6′s did rehearsals.Then year 5 and 6 split up to work on our production.
Issy , Aaliyah and Rose
In class 9, on Tuesday,we had a lesson on how to deal with a medical emergency anyplace anytime. In this lesson we learnt how to put people into the recovery position and how to deal with a problem safely and calmly. We can’t wait until the next lesson! Thanks heart start for a great time!
Issy Girgis Rose Repper
On Wednesday, some of year 5/6 went to Swanmore to do a D&T workshop. We all had so much fun making the remote control cars. We made them from wood, plastic, a motor, wires and batteries. At the end there was a race to decide who went through to the final.
Thanks to Mrs Martin (for taking us and taking photos), Miss Cross Gower ( for organizing the trip) and the teachers that helped us make the cars at Swanmore.
We all really want to do it again!
Today year 5/6 had a visitor come in. He talked to us about his hand drums which are a drum that looks like a pan (wok). It was very interesting and most of us hadn’t seen one. We all had a a go/tap. It felt wired!
The man showed us some scales on his drum and played some music. He improvised instead of using sheet music.He told us to close our eyes and listen to the sounds of the drums. Everyone imagined what came to there minds with the music playing then we told each other.
He is very talented and we all thank him for coming and sharing what he can do!
By Rachel & Louie : )
This week in geography we finished are bird’s eye view of our class room and we got into pairs, each pair had one net-book between them. Between them they had to map a map of their local area. Once they had finished that they had to label where they live and where there partner’s house is and if they lived near the school they put down where the school is on the map. After they finished that you had to put a picture of something and tell us what it is and what do you do their so basically we are leaning how to use map and what the symbols mean on the map.
We have Miss Picton for geography.
Made By Dan and Max
This week in class 9 we have been doing lots of exciting things.In maths we are doing area and perimeter. In literacy we are writing our 500 word challenges that are going to be sent to BBC radio 2. In music we are doing STOMP which is music using brooms, basket balls and many more things.
by Louie and Dan
in music we have been looking at the music stomp and we made our own stomp music in class 9 and it was really fun and it was a very noisy time for me and the class, but it was really fun to make the music.
by Kessan Robertson
Q: where do fish get there money? (scroll drown to find the answer)
This week in literacy we have been doing explanatory text.We have been looking at the features. Explanatory text is non-fiction, it has paragraphs, cause and effect connectives, time connectives, start to end and it also have introduction and conclusion. We wrote a explanation on how to write an explanation (confusing)!
On Thursday Mrs Picton In Geography we have been looking at mapping skills and going in partners and looked at the signs on the the map. We found out what they all meant and wrote them on a sheet, a bit like a quiz.
A: At the river bank!
By Rachel and Georgia