Wednesday, 11 December 2013

Today we did ...

Today in literacy we planned out our Shakespeare stories (our own) and we all worked in groups to help us with ideas. We we're put into different groups depending what our story was based on such as: love, tragedy, greed, betrayal and magical.

Today in maths we went on the iPads and played games related to maths , but we didn't just go on the iPads all maths session we also ordered percentages, decimals and fractions this was one of mine (Zoe) and Molly's questions : order 0.345 , 56% , 2/3 , 3/4 , 75% ( which is the same as 3/4) and 0.123

From Zoe Beaman and MOLLY !

Carols around the tree

Rocking around the Christmas tree! This Monday we got carols around the tree.we have louds of different songs to sing .


Shakesrpearian Stories

In litercay we are writing our won Shakespear stories! It is going to be sooooooooooo fun!!!

Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Tomorrow is digit day we'lle be doing my favourite subject ALL DAY!(maths) best day ever! sorry for the people out there who like literacy but tomorrow's  going to be soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo fun!

The Boys beat the Girls!!!!!!

On Friday the boys (yr6) beat the girls (yr6) Malachi Nsiah got 3 goals and Jack burnet got 2 goals.
The girl team had mr aistons, and he scored both there goals. Great win for the boys and we might be playing again on Friday.

     by Jack Burnett
                           and Malachi Nsiah


For Christmas in KS2 we are doing Christmas carols around the tree , but in KS1 they are doing Christmas plays ! We are so excited for Christmas epically are class !
Tomorrow we are doing digit day

Digit Day

4th of December is digit day and we are going to dress up in something that is to do with numbers.
I am looking forward to tomorrow because it is a change of clothing, but unfortunately we still have to do maths. All of the children in school are changing classes throughout the day for maths.

(My option) I don't exactly like maths but I suppose it can be fun at times and maths can literately be anything, but not technically.