Find out what is going on in Amber this term by clicking the newsletter attached!Summer Newsletter Amber
Wow well done to Chloe and Ronnie who have BOTH improved so much! Their instructors are super impressed. It is getting more and more difficult to choose a winner as everyone is getting so brilliant at swimming!
CONGRATULATIONS TO AMBER CLASS!
This week was a really close one, it was a tie all the way through until the very final round when Amber just managed to get ahead. It is so lovely to see how much Amber and Jade class have improved on their times tables. The trophy is now proudly displayed in our class room. Well done to all the children involved, it was a superb performance from Jade class too!
This week’s Star Swimmer is…
Congratulations and well done for working so hard!
Last week Amber class planned a science investigation about teeth. We have been learning about our teeth and tooth decay. We left eggs for a whole week in 5 liquids. We used coke, vinegar, water, milk and juice and wanted to find out which would cause the least damage to the egg. Today we made a table about the results.
Rotten, horrible, smelly – the egg in the milk was definitely the worst smell. The milk had gone off however it didn’t do much the damage to the egg. Interestingly, the least damage was definitely water. Together, we decided this was because it has no sugar in it. In conclusion, we discussed that we would drink less fizzy drinks and juice.
Lots of colourful, red outfits today! Prince Edward took part in raising money for Red Nose Day by selling red noses and a non-uniform day! Here are some pictures from Amber
This week the children in Amber have been converting measurements! We focused on cm and mm. This is a tricky skill but amazingly they have done a fantastic job. Check out Thursday’s lesson where we measured the length of different body parts!
Massive congratulations to the girls, you are our star swimmers! Marie was so impressed with how much you have improved over the past few weeks!
Year 4 have been so lucky – we get to take part in a competition with a chance to win prizes for the school and ourselves! We have to write a mini saga which has only 100 words! So far, we have only done our openers – check out the one we wrote as a class!
Cruel, strict, short-tempered – Miss Hanson was the meanest teacher in the school. Every time she shouted, something goes missing. Little did she know, it was George. Cunningly, he crept out of her tidy, organised desk and waited for revenge!