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Oyster Shell Class Weekly News
In English this week we have enjoyed editing and sharing our own Iron Man chapter endings. We tried hard to include apostrophes and fronted adverbials in our writing. In Maths we started our next unit about addition and subtraction.
On Thursday, it was Global Handwashing Day when we watched a virtual assembly by Dr Ranj. We conducted our own experimental demonstration about the importance of hand hygiene and how bacteria spreads and the role soap plays in helping to keep germs at bay.
We have had another busy week in Oyster Class this week. In Maths we have been practising our rounding skills and counting in 25s, in English we have been learning about fronted adverbials and apostrophes and in Science we made circuits including a switch. For Art, we have produced some Poppy pictures as part of a competition for C2C - watch this space!
We watched the Big Anti-Bullying Assembly 2020 and learnt about how important it is for us to know that we are not alone if we’re experiencing bullying behaviour. We drew around our hand and created our support networks - five people, we can turn to if we need to talk about bullying.
As part of our work based on The Iron Man, we enjoyed using pastels to draw our own Iron Man.
We have continued with our class text The Iron Man this week. We discussed whether Hogarth should trap the Iron Man or not and we used ‘Conscience Alley’ to share our opinions.
In Science, we discussed the different types of electricity we use for appliances and completed a sorting
Thursday 3rd September 2020 – Friday 4th September 2020
What a fabulous start to term we have had in Oyster Class! It has been so lovely to see the children return to school. In Year 4 we have been reminding ourselves about the core values of ASPIRE and about having a positive mindset when we made origami penguins!
We have also enjoyed using the Now Press Play headsets to start our science topic of Electricity. We have enjoyed some team building activities too!
We also had our first assembly via Zoom!
An introduction to our Science topic of Electricity using Now Press Play.
This week in Science, we started our new topic Electricity.
In Dance, we created our own group routines to show how electrical circuits work.
We then used an energy stick to connect with each other; simply by making a chain, we made the stick glow and sound!