We have continued with our Seaside topic this week and have looked at the conjunctions ‘and’ and ‘because’ in relation to our text the Lighthouse Keepers Lunch. We have orally composed sentences using these conjunctions and written some in our books.
In Maths we have started our work on fractions. We have focused on a half this week and we have found half of shapes, objects and amounts. Next week we will move on to working on quarters.
During our art session we are focusing on printing this term. We will be looking at the work of two famous artists from the past-William Morris and Andy Warhol; both significant figures when looking at the impact they had on art and printing.
In geography we have looked at and described St Ives. We found it on a map and watched a tourist board clip to give us more information. The children made their own fact files about the town.
‘School Street’ began on Wednesday, an initiative to try and make the streets around schools safer and limit traffic. We have spoken to the children about the importance of staying on the paths, despite the road being closed, whilst waiting to come into school-we don’t want the children to think that roads can be used as a place to play!
We hope you’re still getting out to add to our Street Tag score, despite the less than desirable weather! Thank you for taking part.
Have a great weekend
Mrs Macintyre, Miss Worsfold and Mrs Kelly