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We had a lovely Thursday afternoon last week concentrating on our watercolour skills. I’m looking forward to seeing the final outcomes.
Well done Einstein class.
Einstein class had great fun this afternoon learning how to progamme Micro:bits.
Thank you to Einstein digital leaders Kacper, Ash and Kayleigh for leading the lesson and helping with problems.
P.E. lessons have changed days this term for year 5. Monday is now an outdoor P.E. lesson so please make sure that the appropriate outdoor P.E. kit is in school at the beginning of the week. Wednesday remains a P.E. day but this will now be an indoor lesson.
Thank you for all of the gifts, cards and well wishes that I have received this week. Thank you also for contributing food to the Einstein Christmas party, the children throughly enjoyed themselves this afternoon.
It’s been a busy but enjoyable autumn term and I look forward to seeing you all again in January.
Have a lovely Christmas and best wishes for the new year.
To finish our Science topic on Forces, Einstein class had great fun this afternoon making balloon buggies.
The children used their Maths skills to measure; their reading skills to follow a set of instructions (without any help from the teacher) and their problem solving skills as lots of growth mindset was needed when the wheels didn’t go round. However, in the end they all moved and a little Christmas decoration was added to some!
Hopefully next week we will be able to race them.
Einstein class are impressed with the new school library and were excited about being able to spend some quality time reading.
This week in Einstein class, we have been very reflective about how we interact with others.
We have thought about how calling others names can make them feel like a crumpled piece of paper – it leaves a mark and can never be undone.
Even though we are all different, we need to work together to create the Einstein team.
We are learning how to spell different homophones in spelling lessons but more importantly, how to use them correctly in a sentence. The children have been playing the Mr Whoops game. Next week, we are designing and creating our own homophone board games. Everyone has some great ideas.
For your key skills this week you need to research Isaac Newton.
Click on the links below.