This week we filmed our scenes for the play ‘The Last Plastic Straw.’ We can’t wait to see the final product.
This week we have been exploring the famous composer, John Williams.
We identified famous film scores composed by John Williams and considered how music effects films.
We also drew pictures to represent how music affected our emotions.
We had so much fun competing in an range of events today. We pushed ourself to do the best that we could and we encouraged teams.
A big well done to everyone for their efforts!
This week, we have interviewed witnesses to Jim’s escape in preparation for writing our newspaper reports.
Rehearsing ‘The Last Plastic Straw’.
This week we have been considering good and bad feeling whilst coming up with strategies to overcome negative feelings.
This week we have really enjoyed writing character descriptions, converting percentages to fractions and decimals and designing and creating our own a Victorian toy! Have a look at some of the cams we have created.
Today we discussed how pupils in our class celebrate Eid. We learnt that Muslims wear their best clothes on Eid day.
To celebrate, we designed outfits and made cards for our friends and families.
Eid Mubarak to everyone celebrating Eid.
This week we have been considering our strengths and talents.
We discussed how different people have different skills and matched job roles in the circus with their essential skills.
This term we are learning about Hinduism.
Our key question: Do beliefs in Karma, Samsara and Moksha help Hindus lead good lives?
This week we learnt that the game Snakes and Ladders originated in Ancient India from Hinduism. It was used to represent positive and negative Karma.
We used this idea to create our own boardgames and explore the impact of good and bad decisions.