Child Led Conferences
Learners selected pieces of work that showed particular skills that they have worked hard to develop over the year or that demonstrate the personal goals. Learners used a range of sources to share their learning; videos, photographs, posters and google slides. It was very successful day and a wonderful opportunity for our learners to show off all of their hard work over this past year!
This week in Maths year 6 have been investigating Pi. Not of the apple or cherry kind, but the mathematical constant used in the formula for finding the circumference of a circle using the diameter.
Did you know, although the value of Pi is commonly known as 3.14 , it is actually it is an infinitely long, non-repeating number. It's an irrational number, which means it can't be turned into a fraction.
3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197169399375105820974944592307816406286 ... and it goes on further!
We completed lots of research and found out loads of interesting information about this famous number!
STARS OF THE WEEK
I have produced amazing literacy work this week, coming up with a modern version of Snow White and re-telling the story on film with great expression.
I was a great communicator during our Art trip with the new children and was very respectful to everyone there.
I am star of the week for being very resilient and principled during our Science tasks that we completed this week.
I am star of the week for using all of my story telling skills to bring my story to life on film. I used expression, hand motions and pauses for effect.