RE – Temptation and Consequences

Today in RE we looked at dilemma scenarios. We acted out the scenario in small groups showing what the dilemma was.

Once we had practiced our dilemma scenario we performed to the rest of the class. We discussed what the temptation in the scenario was and what the consequences of our actions may have been.

What is your biggest temptation?

PSHE – friendship

Class 7  have been discussing qualities they would like their friends to have.

We discussed how these qualities can make good leaders. We made a garland of children and wrote on the qualities our friends have.

What qualities would you like your friends to have?

 

Non-chronological texts – Herbs

Today we created non-chronological texts in our literacy lesson. We linked it to herbs as we have also been planting a variety of Anglo-Saxon herbs in the classroom and outside.

How many features of non-chronological texts do you know?

 

Anglo Saxon Salad

We have been harvesting and planting Anglo-Saxon vegetables. Once we had cut and washed the celery we had grown it was chopped and put into an Anglo-Saxon salad which we made as a class.

We throughly enjoyed eating the vegetables we had grown ourselves!

What is your favourite vegetable?

 

Forgiveness

In RE we have been discussing what forgiveness means to them. They shared stories about times when they have had to forgive someone and when they have asked for forgiveness.

We then got into small groups and acted out a scenario of when someone had to forgive someone.

What does forgiveness mean to you?

Skipping

All the children at Wombridge are taking part in a sponsored skip.

Today, we have been practicing and developing our skipping skills prior to the event. We have practiced travelling whilst skipping, 2-footed skipping and cross over skipping.

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How many different skipping techniques do you know?

Instructional texts and imperative verbs

This week class 7 have been learning all about instructional texts. We have identified the key features of what instructional texts should include.

We have talked about how important imperative verbs are in instructional texts. These are words such as: place, mix, chop and put.

Do you know any more imperative verbs?

Changing States

In science Year 4 have been learning all about changes in states. They have been able to identify the different particles in solids, liquids and gases.

Today, the children conducted an investigation to find out which type of chocolate would have the highest melting point

Which chocolate do you think has the highest melting point?

 

Chinese New Year

We have been discussing the importance of Chinese New Year today. We discussed why it was an important date in the calendar and what it means to us.

We had designed and created our own Chinese Lanterns to celebrate this event.

Do you know what animal it is for Chinese New Year 2020?

Explanation Texts

In literacy we have been learning about explanation texts. On Monday we had to identify the features of explanation texts then use this knowledge to create our own explanation text based on Anglo-Saxon burials.

We worked independently to create our own explanation text explaining about the discoveries at Sutton Hoo.

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What artefacts did they find at Sutton Hoo?