Sycamore Learning Blog: Summer 1, Week 5

By Mr Hall on Friday, May 18, 2018 in News. 1 Comment

Hello everyone and welcome to another Sycamore Learning Blog! Just a quick post to let you know what we’ve been up to this week.

In English, we have continued to look at our book, ’10 ways to save the world’, and have begun to design our own leaflets to inform people about the problems of plastic pollution. In Maths, we have been looking at all kinds of measure, from length to capacity and mass to temperature. If you want to practice your skills further, I have set a short Sumdog homework challenge for you to try!

In Science this week, we have been learning about food chains based on animals in different habitats. In DT, we began our summer project all about wheeled vehicle. And on Friday we all had a fabulous day celebrating the upcoming Royal Wedding! We made our own crowns, decorated an iced biscuit, and even had a go at recreating the wedding of Prince William and Princess Catherine right here in the classroom!

The children have been working really hard over the last few weeks as always, and have maintained their enthusiasm and positivity in the classroom as well which is lovely to see. I hope you all have a lovely weekend and enjoy the sun if it stays around! I will see you all on Monday.

Mr Hall 🙂

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  • James Longworth says:

    Dear Mr Hall
    I discovered that the most plastic we use is from milk bottles, drink bottles after football, hummus and yoghurt. Mummy will buy milk in glass bottles from the milk man, and I will take tap water for sport.
    I enjoyed being prince William in the play.
    From James