**PE KITS ON WEDNESDAY PLEASE**
We have 2 extra PE on Wednesday, one with Inspire+ and one with Sport2Day so please can children wear their kit on Wednesday as well as Friday? Thank you
Please be looking smart for school photos on Tuesday morning!
Today, we continued our fitness work focusing on agility and pushing ourselves to the max! Phew!
Michael Rosen has been our inspiration for our Performance Poetry work. We have been developing how we actually read his poems aloud as well as adding extra verses to some of his funny short poems.
Science- conductor or insulator?
On Monday and Wednesday, we were able to demonstrate our investigative skills using different types of switches as well as making our own before looking into what materials in the classroom will conduct electricity. We found that only metal conducts electricity which then led to the question: do ALL metals conduct electricity? Our next investigation!
Our Spalding Visit
Wow! What a great day! Have a look at the photos below and ask your child what they have found out.
In Ayscoughfee, we were lucky enough to meet some councillors with a restoration expert looking at the Memorial who were able to tell us lots about the history. We even saw the Johnson Drinking Fountain which has been put out again in the gardens.
During the afternoon, we mixed up the two classes again and created presentations which we are going to share with the younger children on Friday afternoon. It was amazing to hear just how much the children have learnt as they talked about their work enthusiastically.
Finally, we shared what we have learned with Cherry and Oak Class. The younger ones listened well as we took on the role of teachers!
Today we have been working in PE to set a baseline for this term's Fitness work. We are lucky to have Kane from Inspire+ in to give us a hand every Monday afternoon!
Fundamentals in PE (Fridays)
Our First Class Trip
Next week, we will be using our geographical and historical skills to learn more about our local area as we visit Spalding town centre and Ayscoughfee Gardens with Willow Class. It is always great to get outside and make our learning real and hands on (let's hope the weather is good!).
We started the week planning together a new adventure for Class 4B, the children in our story 'The Worst Class in the World'. There were some great ideas which we will develop further together over the next few days before writing our story next week.
Today we have made birthday cards ready for when it is a class member's special day.
What a Great First Day!
I am so proud of the new Holly Class as they made today a pleasure for everyone.
We look forward to seeing you back in school on Wednesday.