Year 5 blog

Today the school had a none uniform day. Every one dressed up in lovely clothes. Year five learned about mountains, how they are formed and where they are. We also drawled mountains in pencil and in oil pastels. This week it is half term we will be off and having lots of fun ,we hope you enjoy it.

by Nancy and Rebecca

Year 6 Blog Update

This week in Y6, we have been watching War Horse and a Lloyds bank advert that has helped us to write a 3-7 page story along with our knowledge of WW1. We also began to write up a diary entry of the 1914 Christmas Truce, where the British and Germans came together to celebrate Christmas with happiness. Then to finish off the week, on Friday we cooked crispy based gallets and Mediterranean Italian Bolognese. We really enjoyed cooking and learnt some valuable things along the way. Also, our Lego team, St Grego’s Lego, are soon heading off to Bristol to compete in the National Competition. Let’s wish them luck!
Hope you have a great week! Amy and Jessica.

Year 4 Community Liturgy

The year 4’s have enjoyed learning about different communities in our RE topic. They

understand that we can belong to lots of different communities. Some boys in the class

planned a wonderful liturgy to celebrate belonging to our school community.

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Craft Fair This Wednesday!

We are having a craft fair to support our Lego League team and raise funds to get them to Bristol! Please come and support us. The craft fair will be held in the hall after school on Wednesday 15th February.

Multiplication using Arrays

While doing multiplication the children found lots of different ways to make arrays. They used different things such as peg boards, multi link and numicon.

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Exploring 3D shapes using play dough

The Year Two children have been learning all about 3D shapes and there properties. The children made different 3D shapes out of play dough and spoke to their reasoning partners about the different shapes.

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