Termly Information Autumn 2 2019

This term we have been exploring our topic of all about Europe. We have been learning about European capital Cities, and drawing famous European landmarks in the style of Quentin Blake. In English we have focused our learning around James and the Giant Peach, even creating our own Roald Dahl inspired stories! In science we have been looking at our changing world, learning about different flowers, and plants in each season and why pollination is important. We have been focusing on column addition and subtraction in maths, as well as multiplication, which we will be continuing with next term.

Our highlight of the half term has to be visiting Kings College, it was a magical moment, which left children spell bound, and inspired us to reach those high notes in our Carol Concert, which we hope you thoroughly enjoyed as much as us. On top of this we had the delight to visit the pantomime, to watch Cinderella, we nearly fell off our seats laughing so much!

We can’t wait to see what excitement next term brings!

Children’s comments about their learning:

 

Alice – “ I liked the water colour painting of the famous buildings, in the style of Quentin Blake”.

 

Sofia- “I have enjoyed guided reading, because I have been able to do lots of reading activities, my favourite was the book review snowflake we made.”

 


Dylan- “ I loved Cinderella, my favourite part was when they started to sing ghost busters.”

 

Maxim- “I loved it all, but I liked writing my James and the Giant Peach story.”