Year 4 have been doing work based around an Anthony Browne book called 'The Tunnel'. So far they have predicted events in the story by using clues in the images and dialogue and also compared the two main characters; Rose and Jack. They are working hard on their reading skills through our literacy lessons and in reading roundabout.
Year 4 have completed a variety of work on fractions. They correctly identified an assortment of fractions and used their addition and subtractions skills to add and subtract fractions with the same denominator. They now have some knowledge of how to turn 1/10s, 1/4s and 1/100s into decimals and have been practising finding fractions of numbers.
In Year 3 we have been learning about rounding. We have been learning about why it is important to be able to round to the nearest 10 or 100 so that we can estimate what our answer might be. We have also been refreshing our memories by using the column method to help us solve worded problems. Year 3 have worked hard this week. Well done.
We have been focusing on story writing and sequencing. We will continue to do this next week.
I have been working hard when practising rounding numbers to the nearest 10 and 100.
I was principled and kind when taking part in dodgeball at an after school event.
I have been principled and resilient when completing my enrichment tasks.
I have worked hard when completing character comparisons in literacy.