This week’s blog comes from the RNLI Brainlicker Snails
Kristina thought Science was really fun this week – all about chemical reactions – and her favourite one was the class experiment which was the volcano experiment. It was fun to watch and good that everyone got a chance to do experiments.
James enjoyed the drama for health and wellbeing – it was fun and he feels comfortable acting out scenarios in front of the class.
Gordon thought ICT was epic – we got to do research on World book day using the internet and then we had to put all the info into a powerpoint and use all our skills to make it ‘whizz bang’. We also had to make sure we saved it under a sensible name.
Molly was really chuffed that we managed to play along to an Emilie Sande song , Next to Me – we sounded amazing! We now know 2 chords and are learning another one today.
Maths saw a lot of lightbulb moments for a lot of the class. Ruth has enjoyed changing improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa. It’s been quite challenging but good to be using our times tables in a different way.
Ross enjoyed our Fairtrade lesson all about cotton and learning about how cotton goes from plant to garment – he enjoyed the group task and listening to the information.
Molly is really chuffed because she has been chosen along with Megan and Ella to play at a chess competition this weekend – good luck girls! Kristina and Madeline are going to play Mrs Johnston at the teacher/pupil match – Mrs Johnston is very nervous!
Most of the group found our comprehension task hard this week – lots of information to read through and sort – but we’re going to get more time to look at it next week.
Lois was really happy to be able to take part in rugby this week and enjoyed all the different games – it was better weather this week too which made it more enjoyable.
Lee liked the animal friendship videos we’ve been watching and discussing to try to focus on the positives of friendship. We’ve been working hard to try to improve our attitudes to niggles that go on in the playground and we all feel talking about it and looking at it in a different way helps a bit.
9th March – class photographs being taken
10th March – RHET farmhouse breakfast – get your tummy ready!
13th March – Red Nose Day – dress in red and bring a donation please
w/b 16th March – Activity week 1
w/b 23rd March – Activity week 2