Learners rotated through the rooms gathering as much information as they could. Phnom Penh has certainly changed over the years. Below are pictures of central market from the 1950s, 1970s, 1990s, and 2018. What information about how Phnom Penh life has changed can you ascertain from these pictures?
In maths this week Y6 began looking at ratio. Ratio is a tricky concept to master, and this was a new concept for all of us. We learnt that In mathematics, a ratio is a relationship between two numbers indicating how many times the first number contains the second. We practised this using diagrams and lego to help us.
This week in Literacy, year 6 has focused on reviewing books, spellings and homophones, We recapped over different genres and wrote a book review of a book we have recently read. We revisited root words, prefixes and suffixes and looked at how these help us to spell a range of new words correctly. We looked at the difference between a homonym and a homophone and set ourselves a target to identify a common homophone we often mix up like two, too and too or there, their and they're.
Stars of the Week
I am a star for being a risk taker by reading out my work in front of an audience.
I am a star this week for working cooperatively when researching Phnom Penh
I am a star for always being cooperative and respectful! You are a brilliant team player.
I am a star for for consistently being principled, ready to learn and try new things
January 15: Family Drop in session
January 18: EYFS Sports Day
January 19: Kite flying day at Olympic Market 8:30-10:30am
January 25: Year 1 - Year 9 Sports Day