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Class 9’s week!

February
25

This week class 9 have been writing a Brittan’s Got Talent review about a shadow performance we saw on YouTube The dance on YouTube was so emotional  especially where the soldier went to war and got shot. If you want to see what we watched click here

Also in maths we have been learning something called long division which not everyone found the easiest. The teachers all made it look easy but when it came to us doing it, we all found it quite tricky!

In PE we have been learning some tag rugby and I think everyone enjoyed it. We started just passing and doing some fun games to do with rugby which got everyone warmed up.

As well as doing the long division we also started doing some coordinates and it was quite tricky, you know what they say “you learn something every day!”

The shadow performance was a few weeks ago so we now went onto writing something different about another Brittan’s Got Talent  act which was about a magic act. If you would like to see the performance click here.

In art we have been doing a method called pointillism which is where you do lots of tiny dots to create an illusion so you don’t see them. These paintings we have been doing are based on Africa.

In science we have been doing evolution and inheritance not just about humans but about other animals to! This has been a fun lesson for all of us.

In topic we have been learning about Africa and have found out stuff we never knew and never even thought we would learn.

We have worked very hard!

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Last Week Of The Half Term & Lion King!!!

February
12

It’s the last day of the week so that means BLOG TIME!!!!!
First of all, we are very sorry that you didn’t get a blog last week. We had to make Humphreys diary( he is our Handwriting hippo!!! ) Oh, and that’s another thing we haven’t told you all about yet! We have recently had a delivery from jelly cat. Inside the package was a long awaited class mascot. We named him Humphrey the handwriting hippo!!! We have all been trying our best to keep our cursive handwriting as neat a possible and if Miss Durnford chooses us, we get to take him home for the weekend! Last weeks lucky winner was Issie Love! Oh look! Here he comes now!
”Hi everybody. My name is Humphrey the hippo. I am the newest member of class 9. My favourite hobby is handwriting. That’s why I am here to look at everybody’s superb handwriting! I will see you next week bye!” The year 6’s all went to the Lion King on Wednesday! Maddie Racher said, “I think it was 5 stars out of 5 stars! Everybody should go and and watch it!” Anna Freemantle said, “It was worth going on a long journey to see it!” Issie Love said, ” It was amazing and I couldn’t believe what I saw!”

Remember, no school next week as it is half term so HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

Written by Maddi Christie and Anna Watkinson

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Practice SAT’s Week

February
12

This week, 5/6 have been working really hard on their practice SAT’s. Well done to year 6 for taking on 3 maths tests! Year 5 were glad they have a whole other year till they have to do it!

Also, a new member has joined our class today. Humphrey will sit on Miss Durnford’s desk throughout the week to check that Class 9 are all using our Cursive Handwriting, including Miss Durnford! At the end of the week, Humphrey likes to choose a child who has been working really hard on their handwriting. They will take him home for the weekend and write in his diary about what you did with him.

Have a lovely weekend and remember, no school on Monday!

By Madeleine Christie

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Handwriting Heroes!

February
12

On Thursday, the handwriting heroes, (Mrs Hunter and Mrs Kennedy Scott) showed us our schools new style of handwriting. It is called Cursive Handwriting. Class 9, had a lesson to practise it. We have been continuing to keep with it because we all know that if we practise and practise until it’s perfect, we will get a fountain pen to write with.

 

Also, In 5/6, we have been doing jobs to help out the teachers. Every half term, we change round the lunchtime duties sheet. For example, we look after the year r’s whilst they have their lunch and then we take them back to the classrooms to play with them in the playground. Class 9 also have their own duties list. Big shout out to Anna Watkinson for taking the register to the office every morning and afternoons when it needs to be done.

 

As a special treat for finishing off our Alex Rider stories, we got to watch the film of Stormbreaker! Miss Durnford’s reaction at the end was ‘Well, that spoiled the story a bit!’ Everyone, but maybe not so much Miss Durnford, loved it!

 

We’d love to see your child back at school on Monday, ready and raring to go for another week of hard work!

Written by Madeleine Christie

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2nd Week Stories

January
14

This week, we have been writing stories about Alex Rider from Stormbreaker. Here are some examples from our class: ‘”Great score Owen!” cheered Kai, his hair was dripping on the fluffy carpet.’ by Jack Shrubb ‘Ting! Goes Alex’s state-of-the-art Iphone 6 as loud as a car horn.’ by Harriet Creese.

In topic/geography we have been learning about Africa and its countries. In on of our lessons we picked a country, coloured it in showing where the higher and lower land is and tried to find out lots of facts and information about it.

By Madeleine Christie and Lucy Wingrove

Happy Birthday to James Hicks. Have a brilliant day!

By Madeleine. Christie and Lucy. Wingrove

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1st week fantasies!

January
8

After our long Christmas break, Class 9 have come back bursting with ideas! In our literacy, we are currently working on a book called Stormbreaker. We have already written descriptions about a setting and a character of our choice! We are reading this book in class and are really enjoying it!

 

In art, we have been making things to do with british sport for our art display board in the hall. If you do get a chance to take a peep, please do look at year 5/6’s! (We personally think it’s the best!) Have a lovely weekend and we all hope to see your child ready for another hard week back at school on Monday!

 

By Madeleine Christie and Lucy Wingrove

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