Hello 3C! After Easter a couple of things in our timetable will change, please tell your parents/carers so they can help you remember. The first day back is Tuesday 18th April.
P.E: We will now have P.E on a Thursday and Friday.
On Thursday, starting the SECOND week back (April 27th), we’ll be swimming. This will happen every week, with the last lesson being July 13th. There will be letter going out about this after Easter.
Bring your normal P.E kit with you on Fridays and Thursday 20th April.
Music: 3C will start music lessons again with Ms Launn. These will be at 1:45pm every Thursday.
Library: 3C will try to go to the library every Thursday, so please bring your library book in to change. YOU SHOULD BE BRINGING A READING BOOK IN EVERYDAY.
There is a meeting about Bearswood camping on Monday 24th April. Bearswood trip will be May 18th-19th.
Optional Easter homework:
After Easter we will start a local area study comparing Clapham to another part of the UK. If you would like to, make an advert for living in Clapham. What do you like about the area? What is here for people to do? Think about children, young adults, older adults and people with different hobbies. What jobs can people do in Clapham? What is nearby to Clapham? What is the environment like in Clapham?
You can make this as a poster, video, leaflet, piece of writing – anything you like! This is not a blog homework.
Please keep practising times tables and related facts during the holidays.
Have a relaxing, safe and eggcellent Easter! See you on Tuesday 18th April.
Our topic in Maths is time we have been telling the time, reading and comparing times and last week we recorded times. Have a look at the photos below!
Your blog homework is to write a schedule of your school day and a schedule for a week later, the Easter holidays.
Using the times below times, write one schedule for a week day and one for the next week. You should have two when you’re finished.
Extension: a) What do am and pm mean?
b) How are your two schedules different?
c) Are there any activities that you do at the same time in the holidays and at school?
Categories: Homework, Maths
This Friday is Red Nose Day, a day to raise money for the charity, Comic Relief! We are raising money for this day by bringing in 50p or £1 to wear pyjamas! BUT why are we raising money? Who does it go to? Who are Comic Relief?
Read Patrick’s story and watch the video about why he needs Comic Relief’s help. Then answer these questions:
- What is malaria and how did it affect Patrick’s life?
- How did Comic Relief help Patrick and his family?
- Find two other pieces of information about Comic Relief from anywhere on the website.
Well done to Daniel and Harper for brilliant blogging last week!
Last Thursday was our last Chance 2 Dance session and the final performance. Mr Cullen would like you to answer these questions:
- What was your favourite part of Chance 2 Dance and why?
- What have you learnt about yourself doing Chance 2 Dance?
- Describe a time when you showed a growth mindset in Chance 2 Dance. This could be a the beginning when you thought you’d never be able to do anything, to practising a spin or plié knee bend so well that you can now do it really well.
- What would you like to do next in PE after Easter.
Congratulations to Abdisalam, Antoine Gibbons and Romy for excellent blog comments last week! You are our Bloggers of the Week!
Last Thursday was World Book Day and you were all given a £1 book voucher! Using the link below either tell me what book you will buy and why OR what book you have bought and why – You need to explain your choices.
Read about the books carefully and see which you would like!
Happy Reading! World Book Day Link
As usual, the best bloggers will win certificates! Well done to Marta and Ruby for last week!
Seven new species (types) of frog has been discovered in India, the size of a finger nail! Read about it here.
To celebrate this amazing discovery please write an adventure story about a tiny frog! Will they go on a trip to London? Or will the have to escape from an evil frog catcher? Write your story in the comments box, trying to use paragraphs and some fantastic vocabulary!
Tuesday was Safer Internet Day and Ms Ross delivered a very interesting and helpful assembly. Now lets see how we can learn from the internet!
Visit the safer internet day website and answer these questions:
- What does S.M.A.R.T stand for? (This is called a mnemonic)
- Watch the videos made by other primary schools – How did the Chips defeat the Bangs?
- Make up your own mnemonic, song, story or poem to help you remember to stay safe online. Perhaps make your own version of the S.M.A.R.T code?
- Complete this SMART quiz to test what you’ve learnt.
How you learn best? What helps you reach your potential?
Well some scientists have found that children work best in their slippers! Watch this newsround video to learn more.
Tell me in the comments section, what you would like to bring to school to improve your learning AND why. Even the wackiest ideas are welcome!
DON’T FORGOT P.E TOMORROW – NEED A FULL CHANGE OF CLOTHES FOR P.E