Today Chestnut Class had great fun designing and building an electronic car as part of the RAF STEM challenge. We then tested them in the hall to see which was the fastest. Well done to Lexie and Gracie who are through to the next round of competition at Fairford Air Show in July.
This is a copy of Ms Wyatt’s blog. Look at the links to help you learning the songs.
I know we are all busy getting ready of our summer performance and learning your parts. I have every confidence you are going to be great.
To help you along I have found some things on You Tube that may be helpful, so have added links onto a page so that you too can view them.
Most of the songs are available with words on the screen, so if you have a song you are starring in, you may wish to use this to practise at home.
I also discovered several versions of the play being performed so you might like to use these to help you understand the whole story.
I hope it helps a little
Good Luck learning all your parts
The links above will take you to websites where you can practice all the different types of arithmetic questions from the sats papers.
It is useful to click on ‘whole paper’ first to choose which questions you want to work on.
On the top link these question numbers are fraction calculations: 24, 27, 31, 33, 34, 35. If this is an area you feel you need to work on, have a look at them.
On the arithmequiz 3 link, the following are fraction questions: 15, 23, 26, 27, 28, 30, 32.
This term our science topic is Earth and Space.
Here is a link to a great website to compare planet sizes:
We had fun today creating our own solar system on the field using fruit and Toilet roll!
A quick message on our final full day at Avon Tyrell. We have had another great day. After a filling cooked breakfast, all four groups did raft building together. Amazingly no one fell in, even with most groups standing up on their rafts and singing ‘heads, shoulders, knees and toes’!
After that we split up to do various other activities including zip wire, high ropes, canoeing, abseiling, shelter building and archery.
We finished the day with a fantastic camp fire with toasted marshmallows and a talent show.
Once again the children have impressed us with their enthusiasm and determination. They have encouraged and supported each other in the more challenging individual tasks and have also displayed superb teamwork in the group activities.
We aim to leave tomorrow at around midday and should arrive back at approximately 3pm. The school office will confirm timings with parents when we’re on the road.