As promised, this week, we’ll have a quick look at what Years 3-6 have been up to.
For Year’s 5 and 6 it’s been an exciting but tiring week, as they’ve been swimming every morning and will be doing the same next week. This meant empty plates and second helpings, at lunchtime, and one or two tired pupils by home time.
On top of swimming Year 6 found time to write setting descriptions in Language work and explored ratio and loop cards, outside, in Maths. Their new topic this Term is ‘Our Changing World’, and they’ve started by learning about recycling.
For Year 5 the new topic is ‘Out of this World’. This week they have learnt about our Solar System and why the invention of the telescope was so important. They've also started to transform their classroom by creating a space themed display and hanging the planets from the ceiling.
Children in Year 4 have been busy learning about timelines in history and people who help us, in their Come and See RE work. They’ve also been carrying out hand washing experiments!
Finally Year 3 have been learning to recite ‘Stori Dewi Sant’ and listening to the Snowdon Overture by Gareth Glyn. They then had to interpret and reflect on the music in pictures and/or words.
It’s been another busy week and our ‘Criw Cymraeg’ also had time to introduce resources to ensure everyone is ordering their lunch in Welsh. Da iawn pawb.