We have been very busy practising for our school performance. We have learned all our lines and are now adding in the extra detail to make our performances come to life.
We have been using our knowledge of RUCSAC to help us to complete word problems.
We know that RUCSAC stands for:
We have been busy planning and creating animations to retell the story of Little Red Robin Hood.
We have drawn our own characters and settings to use and have added voice overs.
In cooking this week we made WW2 style Carrot Rolls.
We had to grate carrot and then roll it up inside cold mashed potato!
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We have been practising our cooking skills. We grated carrots and mashed potatoes.
We have been very busy this week wrapping our shoeboxes ready to fill them with gifts so we can send them as part of Operation Christmas Child.
In science we made colour wheels to investigate the colours in light.
When you spin the wheel the colours all mix together and all we can see is white. This is how the colours mix together in light.
On Friday a group of Year 5 and 6 visited Harper Adams University as part of National School Meal Week.
We got to try different food and even interviewed the Mayor!