An unusual incident...
- spilt liquid lying on the ground beside Ms Michaela
- the microwave door was open
- a note was found in the staffroom, ripped and possibly from the culprit!
- a tea smudged note beside Ms Michaela
The children then had time to interview Ms Michaela and were incredibly thorough with this! They showed excellent enquiry skills through the questions that they asked and were building up ideas already as to what may have happened and who, if someone else was involved, the culprit could be!
Over the the next few weeks we are going to be learning and developing our science skills whilst training to become forensic science investigators, then we will be able to use our developed skills to help solve this mysterious incident. Let's get investigating!
Year 5 have been learning all about the links between fractions, decimals and percentages this week. They have been showing some fantastic resilience as they have been learning how to convert between each of these. This is fantastic to see and a challenging skill to master! Well done Year 5 learners!
Year 5 have also been learning all about non-chronological reports this week! The learners have begun to think about the features of these and how the types of language that should be used in them. They have also been carefully considering the structure that they should have. Using this knowledge and their knowledge of Mars they have begun to write their non-chronological reports all about the red planet! Great learning!
Clue solving Tuk Tuk Trip!
This is Milepost 3 playing Quidditch!
Look at us learn this week...