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As part of NSPCC Number Day, Class 4 worked with both the Nursery and Class 1 on a range of different maths activities. In the Nursery, Class 4 helped the children to measure themselves and compare heights. Class 4 also managed to work out the difference in lengths of limbs as well as estimating areas of the body by looking at partitioning composite shapes. In Class 1, we played a range of number games that focused on assisting Class 1 children in their ability to count on and back. We also designed cakes that were later sold as a way to raise money to donate to the NSPCC charity.
As part of our Australia Day activities, the children took part in their first experience of Aussie Rules Football. The children learnt new rules and skills to play the game. The children built on previous sports skills that they had used in different sports to help them achieve their goals. We had a lot of fun trying to master the almost impossible task of bouncing a rugby ball with accuracy. The children also dressed up in Australian colours as a way of raising money for the people and wildlife affected by the bushfires.
A team of children, from Class 4, took part in the Explore Learning Maths Event in Cheltenham. The children had to work together to work out a range of mathematical problems they were set. They gained points for their answers as well as their ability to show team work and listening skills.
In our Science lessons this term we were focusing on Space. We learnt all about the planets that make up our Solar System and we even created our very own model Solar System in class. We researched the planets and used a range of colours to show what they really look like. We also looked at black holes and what scientists believe about them. We found out how a black hole could be created and how they behave.
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