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Paua Shell Class Weekly News
“Paua Class have worked tremendously by learning and presenting a poem off by heart, adding lots of expression and actions to make their performances even more spectacular!”
“Paua Class have really enjoyed using their solar cookers to make cheesy nachos in the lovely, sunny weather. They have also been learning and reciting a poem by heart, ready for their performance next week!”
"Paua class have really enjoyed learning about sustainability this week. We have been learning about a range of alternative energy sources that could help to sustain our planet. A firm favourite was solar power and so, we have constructed our very own solar cookers to help preserve fossil fuels and the environment."
“Paua Class have wowed us with their cycling skills this week during Bikeability. We learned how to take care of our bicycles, why safety equipment is essential and how to ride safely, being aware of other cyclists, hazards and pedestrians. Some of us even learned how to ride our bikes for the first time!”
“Paua Class have been working on their artistic and observational skills by sketching different rainforest animals that featured in The Great Kapok Tree story, focusing on and magnifying their distinguished features, in the style of the artist Levon Biss.”
Week beginning the 12th April 2021
Paua Class have wowed us with their drama skills this week as they played the role of different rainforest animals in an attempt to dissuade from deforestation as seen in our new book ‘The Great Kapok Tree.’
Week Beginning 22nd March 2021
Paua Class have been working tirelessly, sharing their thoughts and ideas, whilst planning the climax to their very own mythical story inspired by the book Beowulf!
We have really enjoyed reading the story “Beowulf” in class and drawing a terrifying dragon, just like the beast from the book - can Beowulf defeat this deadly creature?!
Paua 4 are ecstatic to be back, it has been lovely seeing everybody’s smiling faces again! We are already working hard and getting back into the swing of things again.Paua 4 are ecstatic to be back, it has been lovely seeing everybody’s smiling faces again! We are already working hard and getting back into the swing of things again.
Dear Paua Class & Parents,
A goodbye from Mrs B. I have honestly loved every minute of working with your wonderful children, they really are a lovely class who always try their best and genuinely care and look out for one another. It has been my absolute pleasure to work with them. I will miss them all so very much and have cried a few (quite a lot!) of tears leaving them.
Thank you all for your messages and gifts, they really are appreciated.
I wish you all a very Happy Christmas and for a better 2021!
I will see you on the beach.
Love Mrs Brousse x
As well as working hard on our learning, we have begun gearing up for Christmas this week kicked off by the arrival of Elvi our class elf who has been keeping us amused with his daily antics. We had a lovely Christmassy afternoon after our Christmas lunch making decorations. We had lots of fun and are really proud of our creations.
For Remembrance Day we read a famous poem called, In Flanders Fields. We then decorated the poem with poppies using watercolours. We have them proudly on display in our classroom. In Maths we have continued learning more about shapes, moving on to symmetry. We have enjoyed transposing all sorts of shapes and patterns, even robots! In Science we have continued our topic on Sound by learning about the inner workings of our ears.
A fun first week back for Paua 4. We have been learning all about shapes in Maths and reading the Sound Collector poem in English and then writing our own versions. In Art we used clay to make poppies which we will glaze next week.
In Art we used oil pastels, charcoal and tissue paper to create our own Remembrance pictures. They are being submitted for a C2C train competition.
This week in Science we have continued our topic on Electricity by investigating how switches work and all of the different types. We have also started to fill up our class display boards with our History work on the Iron Age.
This week in Maths we are learning to compare 4 digit numbers. We also did our first TTR’s test.
A busy week in Paua this week, continuing our Iron Man work in English and Place Value and Roman Numerals in Maths. In Science we had the opportunity to make our own circuits which was great fun.
Mrs Cole, Mrs Palmer & Mrs Brousse
This week in English we have continued reading The Iron Man. We headed outside to have a ‘conscience alley’ to discuss for and against arguments for whether Hogarth should trap the Iron Man.
In Art we used chalk and charcoal to create our own versions of The Iron Man.
What a great first day back in Paua 4!
“It`s so lovely to see all our friends again after so long.”
To complement our new Science topic, Electricity. This week in our dance lesson, after our warm-up, created our own routines in small groups to show how electrical circuits work.